What does it mean to sustain my Church leaders?
As members of the Church, we have the opportunity to sustain those the Lord has called to serve. We raise our hand to indicate that we sustain the General Authorities and officers of the Church and each of the leaders in our wards and stakes—including Young Women class presidencies. Sustaining leaders involves more than just a raised hand—it means that we stand behind them, pray for them, accept assignments and callings from them, obey their counsel, and refrain from criticizing them.
The church updated this lesson in 2014, so I am also updating this lesson’s handouts
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Here is an idea, I am planning on hooking a package of Now& Laters to this handout.
From the 2013 lesson:
How do I honor and uphold the priesthood?
Link to LDS.org: https://www.lds.org/youth/learn/yw/priesthood-keys/honor?lang=eng
We honor the priesthood by sustaining our leaders and following their counsel. We seek for and live worthy to receive the blessings of the priesthood. We show respect for the authority God has given to bless His children.
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