I put each quote on a slip of paper for each student with instructions on it.
" They were a bit taken back that I agreed with them. It was just nice to positively affirm my testimony to someone who isn't of my faith.
They asked if I was active in any church, and I told them I was LDS. Then they said, "Well, some churches only focus on the resurrection of Christ, but we also like to focus on His atonement." "That's awesome," I replied. You're teaching people about Christ and bringing people to Christ, and I think that's really great. The second experience I had last week was when I was hanging out with my BFF and her friend, neither of whom are LDS.
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They're funny.) So then, after sharing those two experiences, the kids had had time to think about their past week and share a few experiences they had. After we read it, I told them to look back through the paragraph and find out what the role of an Apostle is. Then I had them pick, from a pile in front of them, the summary that most closely matches their scripture.