This activity leader's guide offers fourteen innovative learning projects that can be effectively used and enjoyed in the LDS Young Women program. the creative ideas presented will be of great value to all who lead, teach and serve. This is an idea book - a source which leaders can use as is or readily adapt to the specific needs of the girls they teach. Projects in this volume are both fun and spiritually rewarding. They include an obstalcle course that teaches faith, slumber parties where class members share their hopes for the future and learn self-motivation, an in-class project in which each young woman molds clay images of her family members while discovering the spiritual nature of genealogy, and a talent-sharing evening which emphasizes each participant's divine nature. the Good Works value comes to life with a novel service project in which teams of secret agent class members plan and execute needed acts of kindness without being seen by the recipients of their volunteer help. the importance of maintaining physical as well as spiritual fitness is emphasized in a class biking activity to designated homes and other places in the nearby area for aerobics, a nutrition lesson and snacks. Two lesson plans are provided for each of the seven Values, and each lesson plan includes a clear lesson obective, a list of materials needed to teach that objective, suggestion on preparing the lesson and making it unique, appropriate invitations for each class member, and a step-by-step outline of the class activity. Each lesson plan also suggests interesting post-project assignments for class members to help them remember the lesson's goal and incorporate it into their daily lives. the enjoyable projects in this book can truly stimulate a ward or stake Young Women's program, build the spiritual nature of every class member, and make planning and executing each activity a joy for the instructor. Activities That Inspire Young Women, Volume 1, continues and expands the exciting ides for Young Women leaders that first appeared in Activities That Build Young Women, Volumes 1 and 2.