Since 2003 we’ve been collecting and creating printable handouts for LDS church members.Our extensive collection of over 5,000 files covers a variety of common topics.Skip down the page quickly by clicking one of the letters or numbers. # | A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z This library has PDF documents, JPG, GIF, DOC, lesson handouts, and other file formats.The majority of files were created by Jenny Smith or Chris Gunn. You will also find photographs of LDS handouts and other files were donated to us by users like you.For the strongest protection, set your rating filter to Strict or get the CLIPish Family Edition.* ANIMATIONS ON FACEBOOK: Facebook does not allow animations to play directly on their site so they get posted as still images.* Some images featured are public domain.If you believe your work has been included in err, please let us know so it can be removed. I’m a musician, designer, and occasional tech-meddler.Heather: Three months after that first date, we were pondering the idea of taking a trip to a far away place to make work in a shared studio.
Beside each topic is a number in parenthesis () that shows you how many files we have on that topic.We were interested to see what would happen when we compared our individual creative processes away from the distractions that come with familiar settings.Chase: I met Heather for a drink on a Thursday night at a brewery not far from her studio in San Francisco.This collection of LDS printables has been free for over ten years.
Our files ares categorized by topic and LDS auxiliary.This panel discussion will focus on providing students with tools to identify warning signs and positive ways help themselves and their peers seek and get help.