Showing posts with label november 2017 visiting teaching gift. Show all posts
Showing posts with label november 2017 visiting teaching gift. Show all posts

11/1/17

November Home and Visiting Teaching Messages

The visiting teaching gift we've created for you this month is really special.  We have chosen five great quotes from the October session of General Conference, and designed each one into a 3.5" x 5" card.  


The quotes that are included:
"We must look at others through the eyes of our Savior." - W. Craig Zwick
"Changing the world begins with strengthening your own family." - Bonnie L. Oscarson
"We cannot control all that happens to us, but we have absolute control over how we respond to the changes."  - W. Christopher Waddell
"The greater the light in our lives, the fewer the shadows." - Ian S. Ardern
"The joy we feel has little to do with the circumstances of our lives and everything to do with the focus of our lives."  - Russell M. Nelson

Each quote is printed on a beautiful pearl card stock.
We've wrapped them all up, added some delicious caramels (made from Utah based company Pioneer Valley), and finished it all off with matching ribbon.   





Our November Home Teaching Gift comes with five different quotes (from the October session of General Conference) printed on a beautiful pearl card stock along with a cheese grater filled with chocolate tootsie rolls - which we tie all together with a card that reads, "Be ever so Grate-ful to hear from the servants of the Lord"

The quotes that are included:
"We must look at others through the eyes of our Savior." - W. Craig Zwick
"Changing the world begins with strengthening your own family." - Bonnie L. Oscarson
"We cannot control all that happens to us, but we have absolute control over how we respond to the changes."  - W. Christopher Waddell
"The greater the light in our lives, the fewer the shadows." - Ian S. Ardern
"The joy we feel has little to do with the circumstances of our lives and everything to do with the focus of our lives."  - Russell M. Nelson