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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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I’m bringing back a favorite Visiting Teaching aid I had made back in March of 2011 – it will be a fun addition to the YW lesson on the Priesthood coming up in June. It’s about the Relief Society being … Continue readingPin It
We had our New Beginnings program last night, and I just wanted to share a few fun details. Our nautical theme comes from the 2015 mutual theme: “O ye that embark in the service of God, see that ye serve him with … Continue readingPin It
We are making these cute sailboat invitations for our New Beginnings this year. You can download a pdf of the invite here, and pull the pdf into Photoshop or some other editing software to enter your own date and time … Continue readingPin It
These are a couple very simple files you can use to help teach this lesson in January’s Come Follow Me YW curriculum. Our young women are using composition notebooks as classroom journals, and we will tape or staple the pages … Continue readingPin It
We are giving these EOS lip balm “lollipops” to our young women this year for their birthdays. We cut sucker sticks in half, pushed a thumbtack into the cut end, then hot-glued the tack to the flat side of the … Continue readingPin It
I’ve got another young women planning document to share with you! I revamped our presidency agenda, and turned it into an editable pdf. Download the pdf, then open in Adobe Acrobat. You can then click in any section of the … Continue readingPin It
I’m just re-sharing this post that was spotlighted during Sugardoodle’s recent relaunch. I hope it’s helpful for someone out there! I’ve created a “Small and Simple Journal” printable to share with you. We have been counseled in the Church to … Continue readingPin It
The Visiting Teaching Message for June reads about how we are disciples of Jesus Christ as we minister to others. Taking inspiration from the following quote, I made a decoder and bookmark that is meant to illustrate how we need … Continue readingPin It
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