Assist in planning a family reunion, and write in your journal about your testimony of the divine nature of the family, and how they bless you temporally and spiritually in fulfilling your divine destiny.
Assist in planning a family vacation, and record in your journal why families are part of Heavenly Father’s plan, and how your family has blessed you.
Be a historian for your ward Young Women’s class, and record how each young woman demonstrates their divine qualities.
Collect stories of your ancestors, and record in your journal how knowing your heritage has blessed you.
Compile family recipes for a recipe box or cookbook and record how serving others with your skills is part of your divine nature.
Compile quotes from General Authorities about Divine Nature, and record your testimony of living prophets and apostles.
Create a day by day calendar with quotes from General Authorities about Divine Nature.
Create a family scrapbook and record your testimony of the divinity of the family unit.
Create a frame using family pictures and place a copy of “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” inside of it.
Create a work of art portraying the divine roles of women.
Create a work of art that expresses your testimony of your divine nature.
Create lesson plans for nursery to teach children about their Heavenly Parents.
Develop a skill you could use in your future home, such as cooking, sewing, making repairs, organizing, or designing. Teach that skill to someone, and explain how establishing a house of order (see D&C 109:8) is one of your divine roles.
Enter a contest with a skill you have learned and record how developing skills and talents helps you to realize your divine nature.
For an extended period of time, serve someone in need, such as a young mother, a person with disabilities, or an elderly person. Record in your journal how your service has helped you recognize the divine nature in yourself and in others.
Help to organize an event for the Young Women of the ward or stake for current and former Sister Missionaries to share their experiences. Record in your journal how proclaiming the gospel is part of your divine nature.
Hold a “Princess Day Camp” for the activity day girls to teach them about their divine potential.
Hold a party for watching General Conference with your family or fellow Young Women.
Learn a new craft which you can use to serve and bless others, and record in your journal how service is part of your divine nature.
Learn how to crochet and make something for your current or future home, and record how preparing how to become a wife and mother will bless you.
Learn how to cross-stitch and make something for your home that will remind you and your family of your divine heritage.
Learn how to knit and make something for your current and future home, and record how creativity is a divine attribute.
Learn how to play a musical instrument, and think about how music is used to bless others and testify of God’s love.
Learn how to use dance to show that you are a daughter of God.
List the divine attributes and roles of women as taught in “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” (see page 101), and carry out a project that helps you learn more about one of those roles.
Make a conference Binder and take notes during General Conference about what the talks teach you about your divine nature.
Make a portfolio of art you have done, and share how creativity is part of your divine nature.
Make gifts for the other young women in your ward that will help them know that they are daughters of God.
Make white hair scrunchies for the temple, and think about why the temple is an essential step in becoming like our Heavenly Parents.
Memorize “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” and record what it teaches about women’s roles and the necessity of family.
Memorize the poem “A Child of Royal Birth” by Anna Johnson, and record what it teaches you about your divine heritage.
Memorize Your Patriarchal Blessing, and record in your journal what it teaches your about your divine nature and destiny.
Organize an alternative post-Prom party, and share how keeping standards will help you become like your Heavenly Parents.
Organize and present a modesty fashion show, and share how dressing modestly helps you remember your divine heritage and potential.
Organize family photo albums and write about the importance of the family and the influence your family has made on your life.
Organize, practice, and present a special musical number in sacrament meeting, and share how music testifies of Heavenly Father’s love for you.
Plan and carry out a carnival for primary children or children at a homeless shelter that helps them to understand that they are children of God
Put together a book of devotionals to use in Young Women’s, Family Home Evening, Girls Camp, or Seminary.
Put together a Family Home Evening idea book, and share how teaching the gospel is a divine attribute.
Read a book by a General Authority that teaches you about your divine role in Heavenly Father’s plan.
Read and study the Doctrine and Covenants and what it teaches about our divine nature.
Read and study the New Testament and what it teaches about our divine nature.
Read and study the Old Testament and what it teaches about our divine nature.
Research your genealogy and gather family file names to take them to the temple. Record why it is important for each of us to reach out to our ancestors.
Sew a pillowcase or quilt showcasing the eight Young Women’s values, and record how these values help you recognize your divine nature and mission.
Sew a quilt to be used in your present and future home, and record in your journal how you can use your talents to bless your present and future family.
Sew an article of clothing to serve as a reminder that you are a daughter of God.
Sew finger puppets for children in the hospital or homeless shelters, and help them to know they are children of God.
Sew scripture bags for primary children, and include your written testimony of the scriptures, which teach that each is a child of God.
Study women in the scriptures and church history, and record what their examples teach you about woman’s divine roles.
Take charge of New Beginnings or Young Women in Excellence, and help each young woman involved know she is a daughter of God.
Using your talents, create a monthly newsletter for Young Women’s that will help each young woman come to understand her divine worth.
Working in harmony with others is a divine attribute (see D&C 38:27). Carry out a project that will promote unity in your extended family, your school, or your community. Record in your journal how you can make a difference when you work in unity with others.
Write a book, play, short stories or poetry that express your testimony of your divine nature.
Write and illustrate a children’s story that teaches that everybody is a child of God.
Write letters to missionaries and ask them about their experiences teaching the gospel, and how their testimony of God’s love has deepened.
If you have more suggestions, put them in the comments.
If you want to share a personal experience doing a project in this value, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org