LDS Lesson Ideas

Rainier Oregon Stake

Harold Bingham Lee

“Harold Bingham Lee,” Friend, Oct 1993, 5

Latter-day Prophets (puzzle-coloring page)

Instructions: Cut out the puzzle squares, put them together to create a picture of this prophet, and read some of the highlights of his life. Glue the picture, its title, and the highlights to another piece of paper, and color it.

1899 March 28, is born in Clifton, Idaho

1916 (age 17) Earns a teaching certificate at Albion State Normal School in Idaho

1917 (age 18) Is appointed the principal of the one-room Silver Star School at Weston, Idaho; serves also as the teacher, the custodian, and the groundkeeper.

1920–22 (age 21–23) Serves a mission to the Western States Mission

1923 (age 24) Marries Fern Lucinda Tanner; she dies in 1962

1930 (age 31) Is called to be president of Pioneer Stake in Salt Lake City; serves during the Depression

1932 (age 32) Is appointed to the Salt Lake City Commission

1935 (age 36) Organizes the Church Security Program (later called the Church Welfare Program)

1941 (age 42) Is called as an Apostle

1961 (age 62) Helps organize the Church Correlation Program

1963 (age 64) Marries Freda Joan Jensen

1970 (age 70) Is called to serve as a counselor in the First Presidency

1972 (age 73) Is sustained as President of the Church; serves only 538 days

1973 (age 74) December 26, dies

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Filed under: Lesson 8: The Church of Jesus Christ Has Prophets to Teach Us, Prophets,

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