Family Home Evening for Adults
Here are some fun Family Night ideas for couples and singles

An Evening Out - We are collage students, so we like to think of fun activities. One of our favorites for the fall time is to have a picnic right outside our back door in the housing common lawn.We take our Ensign and read to one another. It's really relaxing, especially after a hard day at school!

Preach My Gospel - We study Preach My Gospel and try to apply it to us as members. It is a great tool to keep you missionary minded  - Erin

Emergency Preparedness
- Put a 72-hour kit together. Every six months hold a FHE where you eat the food in your kit and replace it with a fresh supply. Also make sure clothes still fit, batteries are still good, etc.

Service - I know an older couple that does service projects every Family night or random acts of kindness. - Rachelle Anderson

Family History - Work on your family history! get some names ready for the temple.

Empty Nesters Night - Those in our ward who's children are grown and gone, meet with other "Empty Nesters" and change location and responsibilities for Family Home Evening every Monday.

Ready for Sunday - Read the lesson for the next Sunday, either the Relief Society/Priesthood lesson or the Sunday School lesson, not only will you enjoy the lessons more, but it will make the teachers happy that someone read.

LDS Trivia - Use the trivia on our LDS Trivia page to make up races to see who can find the answers first. Do one game per week.

Topic Study - Pick a topic out of the bible dictionary to study and learn more about.

Word Games - Play Scrabble, Boggle, Upwards, or any other word game using only words that can be found in the scriptures.  - Lynnette

Family Proclamation - For our first FHE as a newly married couple, my husband and I wrote our own Family Proclamation. We listed our goals for our family and what we would like our family to represent and be known for. We began our proclamation with our "solemn declaration that our #1 priority as a family is to return to our Heavenly Father together with honor". We then listed the values we should adhere to in order to accomplish that goal. We printed it on pretty paper and framed it and put it on our wall in the living room. In many situations, we have been asked what we stand for, and we have been able to allow others to read our family proclamation to tell them who we are and what we stand for. It has been a constant reminder to us of our true purpose for being here. It has also been a way for us to be missionaries to those who come to our home who are not members of our faith. - Ranee Hansen

Read by the River - We enjoy taking our Conference Edition of the Ensign to a River or some other beautiful and peaceful area and read talks together.  - Cassandra

 

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