Jesus Christ – Light of the World – lightcatcher

The March 2014 Visiting Teaching Message is about Jesus Christ being the Light of the World, how we can gain a testimony of that, and how that testimony helps us and those around us.

The visiting teaching aid I’ve made to go with this message is a light catcher. This sun is symbolic of the Light of Christ. The tissue paper represents your choices to live more like the Savior. Each choice strengthens your testimony, and helps you to know that Christ is the Light of the World. The completed light catcher represents you as you reflect to others the Light of Christ in your life.

To make the light catcher, cut out the center of the sun and place clear contact paper behind the opening. Cut or tear pieces of colored tissue paper, then press onto contact paper. Hang in window.

You can download this free printable here.

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8 Responses to Jesus Christ – Light of the World – lightcatcher

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  2. melissa says:

    Cute idea :) Thanks for sharing!

  3. Gyrleiwe Motta says:

    Fiquei muito feliz pelas atualizaƧƵes das mensagens de professoras visitantes!!

  4. Dawn says:

    You are amazing! I always look forward to seeing what you will come up with next!

  5. Dawn says:

    You are amazing! I always look forward to seeing what you will come up with next!

  6. JN says:

    Thank you so much for this super quick, easy to make, perfect analogy!!

  7. jackie says:

    thank you! I have to take my little girls with me to visit teach and this will be an easy way to get them involved in the visit rather than just playing with toys! Thanks!

  8. Cheryl says:

    Thanks soooooo much!

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