I have never been a big fan of testimony meetings for a variety of reasons, but maybe my opinion is starting to shift.
I recently taught the May Sunday School youth lesson from Come Follow Me “What does it mean to bear testimony?” Since I teach 12-13 year olds, including my own son, I wanted to find a game or object lesson to help illustrate testimony. I found the idea for a puzzle on the church’s website.
I showed the class a partially constructed puzzle. My son immediately shouted out “It’s a goldfish in a bowl. Boom!” I said it wasn’t a goldfish. Another boy agreed with my son: “It’s definitely a goldfish.” I assured the class again that the picture was not a goldfish. The puzzle object lesson seemed to be working in ways not intended, demonstrating that some people draw wrong conclusions based on scant evidence and their own personal assumptions.