30 Ways to Light the World. Notes for lunch boxes. 5-minute service ideas. Sharing Time for Primary children. So many great ideas are here, conveniently posted in one place. If you’re participating in the 2018 Light the World challenge, organized by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, you’ll love all the options my creative blogger friends are sharing. So take a look, choose what works for you, get ideas, be inspired. This Light the World roundup for 2018 is designed to be flexible. Do what your family can do. Make a difference in your own way.
December 1 is designated as a national day of service. Then the four weeks in December each have a theme, in order: Light the World, Light the Community, Light the Family, and Focus on Christ. Anyway, browse the posts shared here for more details and great ideas. Merry Christmas!
Light the World 2018, 30 Ways in 30 Days
Join this 30-day challenge, which follows the overall Light the World schedule. The daily goals in the post are scheduled one at a time in my free 30 Day Nonfitness Facebook group. Join if you’d like, go at your own pace, or just browse for ideas. I think you’ll find lots of information to help you create a personalized experience for your family. Visit Mrs. Lady Wordsmith for great ideas.
Light the World Lunchbox Challenge
Include these adorable notes in your child’s lunchbox. What a great way to brighten their day at school! Click here to see what Alia at Party Like a Cherry offers.
Light the World Printables
Emily at heyfriendshop.com does a great job of explaining this year’s Light the World format, plus she offers some really fun printables. Be sure to stop by.
Primary Sharing Time
Snag this one quickly. You’ll want it for the first Sunday in December. Thoughtful ideas for Sharing Time or any church children’s group. Courtesy of Megan Hanson and team at LovePrayTeach.com.
How to Light the World in 5 Minutes
Service doesn’t have to take all day. If you’re feeling rushed for time this holiday season, these simple ideas will be helpful. Thanks to Heather at LDSYouthLeadership.com.
Light the World Luminaria
Have you ever made luminarias from aluminum cans? They’re fun and super easy to do. My friend Camille will show you how it’s done. Click here to see.
Let Your Kids Light the World
Here is an awesome service calendar that is perfect for kids and families. Emilie does a great job sharing fun ideas and this cute, free printable calendar.
Journal Kit and Coloring Page
There are free illustrations to celebrate #LightTheWorld. One is for your journal, and the other is for coloring. Both are super cute! Click here to find them.
Bingo and Family Home Evening Idea
B-i-n-g-o! Of course! And an FHE idea too! Download these great ideas at LifesJourneytoPerfection.com.
Light the World Printable Ornaments
Enjoy these cute, handdrawn ornament printables this holiday season. Find them at LittleLDSIdeas.net.
I hope this Light the World 2018 Roundup is of help to you. Please leave a comment with your ideas and experiences. I’d love to hear what you’ve done to participate.
Marielle Weaver says
I know there are more bloggers that were planning to participate. How do I find them all?
Good quesiton! This is a group of bloggers who frequently work together. You might search #LightTheWorld on social media to find more. Pinterest also has a #LightTheWorld board you can search.
Kay West says
Great ideas ❤️ Thank you for sharing
Heather Mecham says
I love this collection of ideas and I love working with you, Kerry! Thanks for helping us pull together to #lighttheworld!
I’m so excited to work with you as well. We make a great team!