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[1 Jul 2010 | 15 Comments | ]
LDS Kitchen Pop-up Card

This card was inspired by my neighbor and BFF, well I know she’s my BFF but who knows if I’m hers cause I’m always in debited to her. The most humble gal you’ll ever meet, she’s my hero! She can manage her home, have FHE every week, do scripture study at 6am w/ her whole fam of 5, make meals from scratch, iron 30+ men’s shirts a month, drop anything to help a neighbor, takes meals for peeps who need them without even asking first (she is in-tune), the list …

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[1 Jul 2010 | One Comment | ]
Visiting Teaching Message (Jul ’10)

“Strengthening Families and Homes,” Liahona/Ensign, Jul 2010

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Study this material, and as appropriate, discuss it with the sisters you visit. Use the questions to help you strengthen your sisters and to make Relief Society an active part of your own life.
Strengthening at Every Opportunity
“Each of us is in a different family situation. Some families have a mother and father with children at home. Some couples no longer have children at home. Many members of the Church are …

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[15 Jun 2010 | 5 Comments | ]
Jesus Christ Bookmark

June 2006 message, “Renewing Covenants through the Sacrament,” is centered on our Savior, Jesus Christ. We make & keep sacred covenants and promise to always remember Him. We can remember Jesus by not only thinking of him, but by being like Him. As children we are taught to think of Jesus during the sacrament, I still think of Him but now I find myself thinking about how to keep our son quiet, and possibly end up making more noise in the process. We purchased a board book for our son …

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[1 Jun 2010 | Comments Off on Visiting Teaching Message (Jun ’10) | ]
Visiting Teaching Message (Jun ’10)

“Renewing Covenants through the Sacrament,” Liahona/Ensign, Jun 2010

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Teach these scriptures and quotations or, if needed, another principle that will bless the sisters you visit. Bear testimony of the doctrine. Invite those you visit to share what they have felt and learned.

Jesus Christ Instituted the Sacrament
“Jesus took bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to his Apostles, saying, ‘Take, eat’ (Matt. 26:26). ‘This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance …

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[13 May 2010 | 3 Comments | ]
Prayer Passport Card

There are so many fun quotes which I want to use this month from the 180th General Conference session in April 2010. You all know how much I love to make fun printables, I hope I can get a chance to make more soon. This one is from President Thomas S. Monson’s address titled “Preparation Brings Blessings” which was shared during the Priesthood session. (But of course applies to us ladies too!)

“When you were confirmed a member of the Church, you received the right to the companionship of the Holy …

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[1 May 2010 | Comments Off on General Conference Visiting Teaching (May ‘10) | ]
General Conference Visiting Teaching (May ‘10)

General Conference links to complete PDF files: English Ensign, Liahona Spanish & Portuguese. Click the following link to go to the New Beta General Conference site where you can watch, listen, read or print the different messages from Conference. It’s so cool! Lastly here’s the link to the standard General Conference site.
It’s General Conference Time! This month we have the privilege to share one (or several) addresses shared during the 180th Annual General Conference, in April 2010 with the sisters we Visit Teach. The Church states “Because the May issues …

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[20 Apr 2010 | 3 Comments | ]
Princess Treat Tents

You’re a real Princess! I forget that I’m a REAL live princess sometimes. I forget my worth, true value and sometimes think that I am weak or insignificant, but I’ve been told that I’m not. I also sometimes forget that I am married to a Prince and he’s my Prince Charming and I need to appreciate him for everything he is and for what he does for us and I need to remember to uplift him and support him in all of his royal duties. That’s what a Princess does! …

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[9 Apr 2010 | 9 Comments | ]
I got a feeling!

I heart 4×6 postcard size! I had to read this month’s message about 10 times before this idea hit me. Remember, I am trying not to duplicate other people’s work, to make sure you ladies always have lots of fun options, but that’s hard. I should do mine early next time so that I don’t have to take so long. LOL But alas, if you’ve gone already (which I am sure most of you have) you can gift these with smiley cookies or just mail this card to them.

The quote …

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[1 Apr 2010 | One Comment | ]
Visiting Teaching Message (Apr ’10)

“Seeking and Receiving Personal Revelation,” Ensign/Liahona, Apr 2010

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Teach these scriptures and quotations or, if needed, another principle that will bless the sisters you visit. Bear testimony of the doctrine. Invite those you visit to share what they have felt and learned.

How Can I Seek Personal Revelation?
“We prepare to receive personal revelation as the prophets do, by studying the scriptures, fasting, praying, and building faith. Faith is the key. Remember Joseph’s preparation for the First Vision:
“‘If …

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[16 Mar 2010 | 4 Comments | ]
Lucky & Blessed! 4×6 Postcard

(NOTE: This was designed in March 2010 but can be reused this month in 2012 to let the sisters know that when we “learn how to live as disciples of Jesus Christ” we will be blessed, not to be confused as “lucky.”)
Today’s Treat is a 4×6 Lucky & Blessed Postcard. Goes with March 2010‘s message of course, because we’re blessed when we read them, and it was obviously inspired by St. Patrick’s Day. Have you ever heard people say “I’m so lucky” and then either publicly corrected, or …