Sunday, June 5, 2011

A Question for You

Just a quick question to make sure I am meeting your needs:  Are my lessons being posted at least a week before you need to give them?

And thanks for all your kind comments!  I so appreciate them!  Besides being very gratifying for me, they lend a sense of community between all of us as we teach the same lessons all over the world.

18 comments:

Jennifer said...

I am not a Gospel Doctrine teacher :), but I recently found your blog and just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy it! You have really wonderful insights and I'm learning things not covered in my GD class.
Thank you for sharing!

Teacher of 15 yr. olds said...

I will be teaching lesson 22 next week...so for me you are doing a fantastic job! It is evident you put much time & energy into this site. My thanks to you for being so willing to share it with all of us. It helps me a great deal with your added insights as I prepare...I really appreciate it! Thank You, Thank You from Washington state!!

4kidsandcrazy said...

My ward will be teaching lesson 22 next week. So you are plenty ahead for us. (I team teach, and I don't teach next week.) Again, I love this sight! You use many of the references I use, it is so nice to have them already found and in one place. Thanks again!!!
Heather from Clearfield Utah

Anonymous said...

Everything is perfect, I use your posts as my outline, and augment with the lesson and other materials. I would be in panic mode if I did not have your post to assist me in my preparations.

Thanks a million

janel said...

Your lesson plans are so insightful and inspiring. Our ward is several (3-4) weeks behind your lesson plans. Thanks for all your work.

Jolene said...

I am teaching lesson 22 tomorrow so you are in a perfect spot for me. I so appreciate that you are able to get these blogs up so early. I actually present my lesson using a Power Point and chapel project. I use your ideas to add to the official lesson and some of your insights have been just so valuable and meaningful. I would love to share my PPT's but it is not uncommon for me to be finishing off Sunday morning 7-9am here in Australia and then leaving for an 11am church start. Next year when I finish uni I'm sure I will be able to finish them much earlier:)Then maybe they can be of some use to someone else. Thanks for all your great insights and thoughtful contributions towards enriching the GD lesson's in our Gold Coast ward from Down Under.

Elise said...

Thank you so much for your wonderful lesson insights!!! Your blog is definitely my go-to place when preparing my lessons each week. I will be teaching lesson 22 this Sunday. Thanks again. Elise (Bay Area, CA)

Anonymous said...

Lessons are always a week or two in advance in my case. Quality always excellent. Don't know what I would do without your blog! Please don't stop!

Lex-a-roo said...

you are doing an amazing job. I'm so grateful for you blog, It helps so much and comes out just in time.

Anonymous said...

You are awesome!!!!!! Loving your lessons!!! :)

Anonymous said...

I teach the 16-17 year old SS class and I am SO grateful for your ideas and insights. Trying to make class exciting and interesting for these kids is a challenge for me, so I love your ideas and all the research you do. I really appreciate the time and effort you put in to helping the rest of us! And I'm teaching lesson 21 tomorrow, so you're doing great as far as I'm concerned. :)
Thank you!!!

Anonymous said...

Love your lessons and insights... I teach Gospel Doctrine and pull from about 6 or 7 web sites, including yours - Thank you for the effort you put into your lessons. DH

Jason said...

I just taught lesson 22 this morning - perfect timing for my gospel doctrine class. Your insight is invaluable. Very much appreciate the time and effort you put in.

Carolyn said...

Yes. I <3 you!

Heidi said...

Hi Nancy,

This is Heidi (Briscoe) Holmes. Many years ago we were in a young mother's group together. I have really enjoyed your thoughtful posts. Thank you.

Nancy W. Jensen said...

Heidi--how are you? Where are you now? Those were great times.

Linda C said...

Nancy. I am teaching Lesson 22 today. But I am preparing out in advance several weeks. Thanks for being out in front on the lessons. You are always sharing your talents and I really appreciate your blog. My 15 yr old class enjoys all your insights but none more than me!

Michael and Kira Cohoe said...

I just found this site, and you are about 2 weeks ahead of us, so it is perfect to prepare in advance. Thank you for you hard work, it inspires me to put in more work as well.

Thanks, from Salt Lake.