Watchcare & Ministering (4x5 cards)

Sister Telisa from Sugar Tot Designs, with everything that's going on in her life and soon to be mom of 3 boys under 3 (she reminds me of my amazing MIL) has taken the time to design a darling postcard to give or mail to the sisters we visit teach to help remind them of this months Visiting Teaching Message. There are four 4x5" cards on a page.

Some goals she has set for herself this year 2012 are:

2- Read the Book of Mormon with my family EVERY DAY

3- Let it go, move on

I love those! Obviously her goal of being an awesome Visiting Teacher is on her list too because she is even helping us all become better too.

Thanks so much Telisa, and we wish you a great delivery, speedy recovery and lots of snuggling with your new baby boy. :)

She used the following quotes in her postcard:

“Visiting teaching becomes the Lord’s work when our focus is on people rather than percentages. In reality, visiting teaching is never finished. It is more a way of life than a task. Faithfully serving as a visiting teacher is evidence of our discipleship." by Sister Julie B. Beck, Relief Society general president.

“Often small acts of service are all that is required to lift and bless another... If we are observant and aware, and if we act on the promptings which come to us, we can accomplish much good... Countless are the acts of service provided by the vast army of Relief Society visiting teachers." by President Thomas S. Monson.

Download the January 2012 Visiting Teaching Postcard:
Download this month's Visiting Teaching Postcard by Sugar Tot Designs and give them to the sisters you Visiting Teach, by clicking either the previous text link or the link image below.

1. Download JPG file.
2. Print in Color on cardstock.
3. Cut into fourths, each card should be about 4x5.
4. Add some thoughts to the back of the postcard to help you share your personal experience and then sign the postcard and give it to the sisters when you Visit Teach.

Seriously visit Telisa's blog site, she has way too much energy for a prego mommy and she makes some pretty cute and crafty things. I've already pinned like a million projects. OK, maybe not a million, but several. ;)

Visiting Teaching Handouts & Gifts January 2012

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