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If you find any of the information on this site useful, inspirational or motivational feel free to share it with others by using any one of my buttons, if you think they may benefit from it as well. All I ask is that you refer them back to this site so they can share their experiences and provide comments to help the rest of us in our quest to become the best Visiting Teachers.

Sure thing! I have poured countless hours creating this site and the documents (unless otherwise noted on the document) which are available for you to download for free. I’m thrilled you’d want to share my site with others. If you like any of the information found on this site please just link back to me using the buttons on the site. Also, not that I would have to tell you, but please don’t upload my work onto your site. If you like something and want to use it feel free but if you are going to post it on a website, just link to the downloadable file from my site. That means just link back to my site to share the info. Uploading to scribd, or 4shared or any other 3rd party file sharing is illegal because I haven’t given you permission and you don’t own the rights to the design and not really convenient for the people downloading them anyways. You have to wait or signup for stuff in order to download and print it. Please just link back to this site and the page they can find the file so they can download it directly from this site. It’s easier and I can also track it in order to calculate and accommodate the growing needs of my site. Thanks for wanting to share!

Yes, but… I also spend a lot of time on optimizing my site for search engines (which means I try and make my site likable by all search engines so I can get a higher rank) and therefore copying my site’s content word for word is a violation of copyright because I have written and compiled and designed the info on my site. But if you want to post something from my site just reword it into something completely different and post a link back to my site. Duplicating any content on the site word for word is illegal and super mean. I wouldn’t do it to you, so don’t do it to me. Especially if you’re LDS, I know you’ve been taught not to steal.

Printing: I’ve designed printables for the site and they are available in different formats for printing from your home. These documents and printables are for personal Visiting Teaching use only. I will specifically post a printable and instructions for that printable so you know the quality will be good enough to print. If you do not see a printable for the image or file you’re looking to use, it may not be available for printing. Please let me know if you need an image which does not have a printable.

Site Disclaimer: The information provided on this site (VisitingTeachers.net) is in no way endorsed or owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints, either officially or unofficially. However, this site is operated by me, a member of the LDS Church. For official views, doctrines, and news related to the LDS Church, please visit the Church’s official websites at www.LDS.org and www.Mormon.org. I alone with the respective comments of others are responsible for its contents. I have designed, created and complied this site to help keep track of any good ideas and findings into a useful place for myself and hope it might help someone else who may want to improve their calling as a Visiting Teacher as well.

No Guarantees:
Unfortunately, I can’t make any guarantees about the accuracy or completeness of any information found on this site. Nor can I promise any improvements in your own Visiting Teaching calling, however I can always HOPE and PRAY that we can all become the best Visiting Teachers we can be.

I will not accept any liability for any loss, damage or other injury resulting from its use. So you use the information on this site at your own risk. Every sister along with her personal characteristics, talents, situations, families, schedules and lives are each very different. We must develop our own methods in becoming the best Visiting Teachers we can be. Let us pray, ponder and let the spirit guide in serving those who have been entrusted to us. I’ll post helpful and inspirational information for all of us but remember we must “teach the scriptures and quotations that meet the needs of the sisters we visit.”

One Comment »

  • Erin Dodge said:

    I love visiting teaching! The sisters that we visit are so sweet and I have learned a lot from them about being kinder and more compassionate. I am also greatful for all the help your site gives me each month and am planning on telling my Relief Society Presidency about your blog. I was wondering if it would be possible to get all of your buttons on a printable. We have a lot of redheads in our ward and some hispanic ladies as well. I personally love the dark skinned lady with the curly hair…only I am fair skinned. If it were possible to use the same person, but just lighten it for me that would be great. I would love to make these and make them into buttons for our sisters to wear.

    The Ladies in our ward, especially the younger ones don’t really understand what being a Visiting Teacher is or means. And a lot of sisters are not being visited because of it. Please e-mail me and let me know if it is possible to get all of the visiting teaching buttons on 1 or 2 pages. I would really appreciate it.

    Thanks again.

    Erin