Treat Tuesday #7 Part 2
Today’s Treats! (LDS April 2009 General Conference themed treats which can be used for Visiting Teaching and, for a limited time, Home Teaching)
28. Purse: “Our covenants supply strength—they produce the faith necessary to [purse-evere] and to do all things that are expedient in the Lord.” D. Todd Christofferson, “The Power of Covenants,” Ensign, May 2009
29. Adhesive: “Adhering to the covenant path provides the reassurance we need in times of trial” D. Todd Christofferson, “The Power of Covenants,” Ensign, May 2009
30. Flintstones Vitamins: “Learning the lessons of the past allows you to build personal testimony on a solid bedrock of obedience, faith, and the witness of the Spirit.” M. Russell Ballard, “Learning the Lessons of the Past,” Ensign, May 2009
31. Nouriche Yogurt Shake: “May you constantly [nouriche] your testimonies that they might be a protection to you against the adversary.” President Thomas S. Monson, “Until We Meet Again,” Ensign, May 2009
32. Dots Candy, Dippin Dots or Glue Dots: “Today temples dot the earth as sacred places of ordinances and covenants, of edification, and of refuge from the storm.” Lets go to the temple oft! David A. Bednar, “Honorably Hold a Name and Standing,” Ensign, May 2009
Download VT or HT Printable Tags:
This week I decided to add Home Teaching Tags because the Conference Messages are used for both Visiting Teaching and Home Teaching this month, so now you can make a treat and print a tag for your hubby to use for his Home Teaching too. Oh…but I left the purse tag with the Visiting Teaching signature because I didn’t think any of the guys would use it. LOL
Download this week’s Treat Tuesday Tags Template for Visiting Teachers PDF or Treat Tuesday Tags Template for Home Teachers PDF by clicking either one of the links or images below, so you can print it on patterned or colored paper and add it to your gifts more easily. Each with a different font!
- Just print on patterned/colored paper or cardstock
- Cut it out. (Cut within the lines so the lines don’t show.)
- Punch a hole and use ribbon or tape to add it to the treat.
- Don’t forget to sign both of your names when gifting so they know it came from their Visiting Teachers or even their Home Teachers.
If you have any Treat Ideas with quotes from any of the April 2009 General Conference addresses, please email it to me so I can share it with others for next week’s Treat Tuesday Ideas.