Follow me on Pinterest!
Mother's Day Magnets
Visiting Teaching Friendship Eggs
8-day Easter Walk with Christ
Prize Punch Board
Altoids Tin Emergency Kit
Secret Sister Ideas
Popcorn Family Home Evening
How to write to a missionary
New Dimension Ball
LDS temple ornament
YW Value Crayons
What is Visiting Teaching?One of the ways that we reach out and fellowship other women in the (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) congregation is through visiting teaching. Every woman has designated visiting teachers (usually two, in a companionship) who visit or call regularly, ideally at least once a month. This inspired program links each woman to other women in her congregation. It can create friendships, provide opportunities to serve, and help everyone involved learn about and grow closer to our Savior, Jesus Christ.
What is Personal Progress?Personal Progress is an achievement program designed to help young women ages 12-18 strengthen their testimonies of Jesus Christ, strengthen both their present and future families, prepare to be worthy to make and keep sacred temple covenants, and to prepare for their future roles and responsibilities. There are eight values for which experiences and projects are completed: Faith, Divine Nature, Individual Worth, Knowledge, Choice and Accountability, Good Works, Integrity and Virtue.
Category Archives: Charity
The Visiting Teaching Message for July 2012, Demonstrating our Love through Discipleship and Service, shares some ways we can become more like the Savior through loving service. It mentions remembering names, birthdays and special dates, so I made a folder … Continue readingPin It
The November Visiting Teaching message is to be selected from talks in our last General Conference. I loved President Monson’s talk during the General Relief Society broadcast, and created a fun handout to go with it. President Monson began by … Continue readingPin It
The December Visiting Teaching message is about compassion – how we can develop and increase in it, and how we can nurture through compassionate service. I chose the quote by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Second Counselor in the First Presidency, … Continue reading