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September 2017 Home and Visiting Teaching Gifts

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Our September Visiting Teaching Gift is absolutely stunning  - and the treat that goes along with it is delicious as well!  We have taken a quote from the September message and designed a print you will be able to put into a 5"x7" frame.  (Quote from President Henry B. Eyring "...the Spirit of God never generates contention... it leads to personal peace and a feeling of union with others.")
We've added a small message that says, "Just as the Sunflower follows the Sun, We should also follow the Son, Our Savior Jesus Christ."  And the best part?!  Chocolate covered sunflower seeds! 
The full message from the Ensign is included, and it's all tucked in a cellophane bag and tied off with ribbon.

The gift we have made for your home teaching families this month will surely be a hit!  
We've taken a window sack and filled it with pumpkin spice popcorn, added the message from the Ensign, and a cute tag that says, "Conference is just around the &quo…

September Home and Visiting Teaching

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The September Visiting Teaching gift is all wrapped up in a brown paper sack with a vintage-looking label that reads, "Women Worldwide can Harvest Christlike Virtues & Partake of the Goodness."  Included in the sack is a delicious and easy Peach Cobbler recipe (only 4 ingredients!), the full message from the Ensign, and a package (2.75 oz) of gummy Peach Rings. Your sisters will love it!



Happy 20th anniversary to the Proclamation to the Family! The theme of this month's message is on prayer and how it can strengthen your family. We are encouraged to pray as a family often, and to read the Proclamation once more this month. 
Inside of this cellophane bag there is a spiral-bound notebook, a copy of President Eyring's message "Family & Prayer," a copy of the Proclamation that can fit in an 8x10 frame, and another copy of the Proclamation that has been studied like we are encouraged to do once more this month. Happy September, and happy 20th to the Proclam…