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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.
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Here is a last minute printable for the General Women’s Meeting. I’ve printed them up and will be putting them on the table settings at our pre-broadcast social. The quotes come from this page at lds.org where general women auxiliary leaders … Continue readingPin It
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 … Continue readingPin It
One of the certification requirements for young women attending Girls Camp as 4th years is to observe the night sky, identify 2 or more constellations, and read scriptures, then reflect. Now is a great time to get this done, while … Continue readingPin It
Hi everyone. This is just a quick note to let you know everything is fine with me and my family. I’ve received some kind notes wondering if we are okay – since after 4 years of regularly posting visiting teaching … Continue reading
Girls Camp is approaching, and we have once again pulled names for a secret sister exchange while at camp. I’ve revamped the gift giving suggestions I made last year, which you can download here. I’ve also added some fun ideas … Continue readingPin It
My husband is a graphic design professor, and a screen-printing enthusiast. Last year he set up a screen printing lab in our basement, and has been busy experimenting and creating art. He made this “Count Your Many Blessings” print, sized … Continue readingPin It
I had so much fun putting together these class symbol gifts! I loved what another Young Women group did during their New Beginnings program – after introducing each class statement and symbol, they presented the incoming Beehives with a little … Continue readingPin It
I’ve got a couple more goodies for anyone working on a Stand in Holy Places New Beginnings program. Above is the cover we are using for our program. Below are the food labels we will have at our refreshment table. … Continue readingPin It
We have been mixing things up a bit with recognizing/encouraging our young women with their personal progress. We are doing something different each month, and February we are focusing on the value of Divine Nature. I made a punch board … Continue readingPin It