We've all heard that everyone learns in different ways. I just happen to be a visual, hands on kind of girl. Because of that, some of the best lessons I have ever had, have been object lessons. I'd like to share what I've learned but I'd like a place to learn as well. I can't afford a book to teach me and figure there are a good amount of you that can't either. So, here we are, might as well share. This is a blog to share object lessons, craft ideas, and general teaching tools for the general teaching moments that pop up in life. I hope to give you ideas and I hope that you can give right back. If you have something to contribute, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a different version on something leave a comment. Sound good?
Most of the lessons that really spoke to me came from my favorite seminary teacher, Mr. Bro Nichols. That is why this blog is dedicated to him. I hope that I can inspire you and help you to inspire others with some of his lessons.
I would also like to dedicate this to my brother, Joe. He is 4 years younger than I am but fulfilled his purpose on earth before I did. He died at 28 from cancer. He came to a point that it was horribly painful to move, yet he made a special trip to our house to give my son the gift of an object lesson. His will be the first lesson in the series.