When we study the Gospel, it is often hard to remember all of the concepts that we’re taught. However, if we concentrate on remembering the important words from our studies, we can string them together into an overview of the concepts.

I’ve found that people of all ages like to solve gospel puzzles, and word-search and crossword puzzles are a fun way to learn the important words from our studies. Thanks to great crossword software and word-search software, it’s easy to create puzzles that are tailored to particular lessons.

I thought I’d share with you the puzzles that I’ve used. In addition, if you have gospel-centered word-lists that you would like posted as puzzles, please e-mail them to me and I’ll put them up. If you find mistakes, please let me know.

7 Responses to Puzzles

  1. kd7trn says:

    I was wonder what copyright license your puzzles have on them. I would Like to use them for our ward programs .

    • Allen says:

      None of the puzzles are copyrighted. I made them a few years ago when my wife and I team taught Primary (8 year olds). The kids really liked the puzzles. We gave each child a copy of the puzzle, but we encouraged them to help each other find the words.

      I hope the puzzles prove helpful to you!


  2. Liz Sartori says:

    Hey, I like what you’re doing. I’m doing it too! Isn’t it fun to connect parents and kids around the standard works in a fun way?
    Go check out http://MormonPuzzles.com and let me know what you think!

  3. Thank you for any other fantastic article. The place else
    could anybody get that kind of information in such a perfect means of writing?
    I’ve a presentation next week, and I am at the look for such information.

  4. Chun says:

    Great blog! Is your theme custom made or did you download it from somewhere?
    A theme like yours with a few simple tweeks would
    really make my blog shine. Please let me know where you got
    your theme. Many thanks

    • Allen says:

      The picture is a standard picture from wordpress.com I added the text and the picture of Jesus glowing as a resurrected person standing in the air. Feel free to download it via right-click and tweek it for your use.

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