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January 2014 Visiting Teaching Handout

I hope that you all had a great New Year’s Day!  

We had a great day and went to the movie, “Frozen”.  It is a darling movie and I can see why all the kids love it…I loved it!
 I was also able to start organizing a little bit, but I have a whole lot more to go!  I still have not put all my Christmas away, which is not like me, but I just cannot seem to jump in tackle it quite yet.  But I will! :)
 
Here is the Visiting Teaching handout for this month for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, the title of this message is, “The Divine Mission of Jesus Christ:  Exemplar”
I really love the title of this and that is why I included it on this month’s handout.  I looked up the word exemplar and thought that I would include it here for you:
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ex·em·plar
igˈzemplər,-ˌplär/
noun
 
  1. a person or thing serving as a typical example or excellent model.
    “he became the leading exemplar of conservative philosophy”
    synonyms: epitome, perfect example, paragonideal, exemplification, textbook example, embodimentessencequintessence

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    I love this definition and especially the word quintessence!  Click on that word to see what I mean.

    So here are the printables for this month:

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    I went with a winter theme, because it is winter here in Utah and most of the US!

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    This is the blank one for those of you that would like to translate.  Or if you are in need of a winter card or tag this will work for that!

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    I chose to tie up a pair of gloves and a small tube of lotion along with this tag for my handout this month.  I decided that I would not do a food treat because a lot of us are trying to diet this month! :)  This tag says “Cold Hands Warm Heart!

    Here are the printable tags:

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    To print, right click over the image and go to “save image as”  then save in a folder.  Or you can right click over the image and go to “copy image”  the open your favorite program like Word or Presentations and right click again and go to “paste”.  You can then print from there.  The cards are formatted to 4 x 6 and the tags are formatted to an 8.5 x 11 page. 

    It is not important to take something to your sisters every month,

    the visit is the thing that is important!

    Happy visiting this month!  Love Ya!

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29 thoughts on “January 2014 Visiting Teaching Handout

  1. I love your fun creative designs. You must spend a lot of time designing and layering each of the components to the cards, which I really appreciate. Thank you.

    1. Karen, thank you for your sweet comment. I love hearing from you and appreciate your support. The handouts do take a little bit of time, but I enjoy designing them and love that other people can use some of my ideas! Have a happy day!

  2. Like usual, this design is so appropriate for this time of the year…it is just amazing to me how creative and talented you are….Wish you a very Happy, Prospereous, and Wonderful New Year….and looking forward again to your upcoming creations…Thanks for sharing with us klutzes….

    1. Roswitha, thank you so much for that kind comment. I love hearing from you! I hope that this year will be the BEST one yet for you! Thanks for all of your sweet support, I really appreciate it! Rita

  3. Love your website and appreciate the neat ways you dress up the lesson for the month you are a blessing . Have a wonderful new year !

    1. Frankie, thank you for taking the time to write your sweet comment, I love hearing from you and I appreciate your support. I hope that you have a most wonderful new year also!

    1. You are welcome! Thank you for taking the time to comment, I love hearing from my readers. Thanks also for your support, I really appreciate it! :)

  4. Thank you in all caps for these wonderful handouts you do. One day I’m going to figure out how to do it but until–you just keep on sharing your wonderful talent! Thank you, thank you and again thank you!

    1. Mary Jane, you are welcome in all caps! Thanks for your kind comment and for your support, I appreciate both! Hope you have a great day!

  5. Thank you so much for your ideas. I am at an age almost 80 and these ideas help me so much. My ladies truly appreciate and actually look forward to my visits. All because of you. Thank you.

    1. Rae, Thank you for taking the time to comment, I love hearing from your and appreciate your support. It always makes me so happy when someone can use one of my ideas, so thanks for making my day!

  6. I just discovered you, and want to thank you for the quality items you produce. You obviously give a lot of thought and work into each project and I want to thank you for allowing us to use them.

    1. Sharon, thank you so much for your kind comment. I am always so glad when someone can use one of my ideas. It makes me happy, so thanks for making me happy today! :)

  7. Thank you for sharing your wonderful talent! My ladies that I VT love to see what you have created each month! I love taking cute things to them, but don’t have the patience to do something like this. Thank you! You are the best!

    1. Stacey, thank you so much for your kind comment! I love hearing from you and it really makes my day when someone says that they can use one of my ideas! So thank you for making me happy today! :)

  8. Rita, I started following your blog a few months ago and so appreciate the visiting teaching printouts and gift ideas. It has really gotten me excited about visiting teaching again. It also helps me get in touch with my sisters every month cause I am excited to share the fun things you have. My mother has even gotten in on the fun and we enjoy putting these together with each other. You touch so many sisters lives thank you.

    1. Christina, thank you so much for your sweet comment. I LOVE that you and your mom do this together, that is AWESOME! Keep up your great work in visiting your sisters! :)

  9. One of the greatest gifts we can give to another is, “giving/sharing by loving your neighbor” you have truly achieved this with your thoughtfulness in making VT cards and all the other lovely things you share. I can’t wait to see Feb 2014′s VT card. Keep up the awesome work and may God bless you!

    1. Sue, thank you for that very kind comment! I love it when someone can use one of my ideas, so thank you for making me happy today!

  10. Thank you for spending time on these wonderful handouts. I have gotten many compliments from the sisters I visit about how much they love them. I always encourage them to visit your website and print them out for the ladies they visit. You are doing a wonderful service. Thank you!

    1. Loraine, thank you so much for all of your support! I am very grateful that you share my website with the sisters that you visit. Thank you for your encouraging words. Have a great day.
      Rita

    1. I am really sorry, I wish that I could, but I just do not have enough time to make all the special requests that I get, so I have to say no to all of them.

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