New! General Conference Journal Page

New! General Conference Journal Page

After 5 years of the same Journal Page it was time for an update, now that we also have 3 new apostles, figured it was time. So glad everyone has been able to use this journal page, even my local copy shop wanted them (which was flattering). 

From 2011: "I’ve been wanting to start a General Conference Journal. So here’s my chance! After sharing it with our ward I figured I’d share it with you all too. Seriously, there were so many cute ideas out there forYouth, Primary and even Nursery! I wanted something that wasn’t super “showy” for adults and not too cutesy that guys wouldn’t like it either. Something that would help me concentrate on General Conference and help me get the most out of it. I also wanted to make sure I could take notes and then set goals."





There are a few sections which I’ll explain for fun:
  • The obvious…speaker, calling, session and date sections for in the heading.
  • Quotes = for word for word quotes that I am actually able to write down quick enough.
  • Notes = for just random thoughts and notes which aren’t actual quotes.
  • Share Inspiration = sometimes I think that I could share a message with a friend or family member or especially a sister I Visit Teach but I usually forget what that was after the fact. So This little section will help me remember when I review who I thought I needed to share a message or inspiration with.
  • Prophet and Apostles = just lists the names of the First Presidency and the 12 Apostles, so that we can get used to spelling their names correctly. ;)
  • Scriptures = jot down any scripture references.
  • Goals = Sometimes inspiration leads to setting new goals or changing some you already have. So this is where you can take note of those goals, because we all know we need to write them down.
  • Topic Cloud = Sometimes, one speaker can cover a lot of topics in their message. For example, pride, humility and prayer could be spoken about in the same talk. Just add as many topics as you’d like in the topic section so that you can remember what stood out to you when listening to the talk.

2011 file has been UPDATED FOR FALL 2016!
Instructions:
  1. Click image above or this link to download the PDF.
  2. Print off as many pages of these as you’d like or need for each session.
  3. 3 hole punch the prints or copies
  4. Insert them into a 3 ring binder and voila!
You can also hand them out to the sisters you Visit Teach or families you Home Teach.
Hope we all have awesome General Conference inspiration this weekend!
[This post was originally published on: 27th of March, 2011 on my old website (which was hacked), and is part of a migration process to preserve my work and designs: http://visitingteaching.net/blog/2011/03/general-conference-journal/.] 
Share:

No comments

Post a Comment

© Linda Winegar | All rights reserved.
Layout by pipdig