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Special topics Family: Family and Religion

by: Makayla Austin

Special topics Family: Family and Religion FAML 390R-02

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Did you miss the discussion on Wednesday? Here's what was covered in class about the current events regarding religion and public freedoms and an overview of the first Amendment and how law interf...
Special Topics in Family Studies
Kevin A. Galbraith
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Makayla Austin on Saturday January 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FAML 390R-02 at Brigham Young University - Idaho taught by Kevin A. Galbraith in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 14 views.


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Date Created: 01/23/16
Sacred moments and experiences can change your life. They can change the course of your life, it can cause refection and internal growth. - What is the separation between the Church and the sacred? o The Church has sacred things, but all aspects of the sacred is motivating or moving in some way - Current Events websites o BYU Law: International Center for Law and Religion  If you subscribe, they give you a weekly email of current events relating to religion o Religious Freedom and Business Foundation o Church State Council o Heritage Foundations o More sites are posted on the class page - *Check* o Silent Night video o *may use this site for class project later on* - Sacred Matters discussion o What is it about the sacred that helps or harms families? o Proposition 1- a personal experience with the sacred has to happen for the sacred to have occurred  Example: in a family car trip, there is an experience that touches you and becomes sacred. If it stops there, it stays personal  What is brighter than the light of Christ? The promptings of the Holy Ghost. Everyone is born with the light of Christ but we choose to have the Holy Ghost o Proposition 2- the sacred can be experience by multiple people. An entire family can experience sacred  Example: If you share your spiritual experiences with those in your family, then it has the potential to be spiritual for all of them as well  Those of you who are married, how often do you engage in spiritual discussions with your spouse?  It could be as simple as sharing what was read during personal scripture study o Proposition 3- it is the way that people personalize their religion; how they choose to act on the sacred and how they apply it to themselves, not simply having the belief itself  Example: The mom who goes to church but beats on her children. She has the beliefs but doesn’t hold any sacredness to it. o Proposition 4- the more the family sticks with their goals, the more beneficial the sacred is for the family  Example: Families can strive to keep gospel principles together and as a result, there can be shared sacred experiences and group growth - Class Discussion: If you have teens who don’t want to do scriptures or prayer, should you have those activities with no one contributing and frustration mounting, or should you just stop doing it? o The children will remember consistency o Ask yourself, How can I make this a sacred experience? o Even if the teenagers aren’t learning, it is important to keep a routine o One of the most influential factors is having a father in the home o We must have a balance to do things that we need to do without being too rigid. If they are too rigid, children rebel. There must be happiness and laughter to help keep the balance - Chapter Assignments: ch13, March 25 - Opportunity to teach someone for a later assignment. It can be any format - Goals for healthy families o Provide helping patterns o Meet emotional needs o Provide a home o Balance stability and change o Avoid and cope with “undesireables”


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