March: The Atonement of Jesus Christ
“Behold I say unto you that ye shall have hope through the atonement of Christ” (Moroni 7:41).
The outlines in this unit will help the young women “come unto Christ … and partake of his salvation, and the power of his redemption” (Omni 1:26). As the young women come to understand the Atonement and its power in their lives, they will gain strength to overcome sin and adversity through the Savior’s grace. They will find peace and healing. Their love for and commitment to the Savior will deepen, and they will feel a greater desire to share their testimony of Him with others.
How can the Atonement help me during my trials?
What is the resurrection?
Why do I need to forgive others?
What is grace?
How can repentance help me every day?
What does it mean to have faith in Jesus Christ?
What is the Atonement of Jesus Christ?
Here are a few other ideas you could use during this month
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- What is the Atonement of Jesus Christ?
- What does it mean to have faith in Jesus Christ?
- How can repentance help me every day?
- What is grace?
- Why do I need to forgive others?
- What is the resurrection?
- How can the Atonement help me during my trials?
Many of the lesson topics and learning activities in this unit would work well as Mutual activities. Work with class presidencies in selecting and planning appropriate activities to reinforce what the young women learn on Sunday.
The following experiences from Personal Progress relate to the lessons in this unit: