Showing posts with label visiting teaching gift december. Show all posts
Showing posts with label visiting teaching gift december. Show all posts

12/2/16

December Home and Visiting Teaching Gifts

VISITING TEACHING GIFT

 This month's Visiting Teaching Gift is perfect for the holiday season.  We've taken a little black box and filled it with the message (of course!) from the Ensign, along with two Lindor chocolate balls (milk chocolate and caramel assorted), wrapped in a piece of tissue paper.  



The box is beautifully tied with decorative ribbon and a tag that says "Men Are That They Might Have Joy" - a reference from the message. 




HOME TEACHING


A message of Peace from the First Presidency is tucked in a brown paper sack - filled with hot cocoa packets - to remind your families to feel the Warmth of the Savior's Spirit this holiday season. 




Buy online here or in store! Have a Merry Christmas!

12/1/15

December Home & Visiting Teaching

Visiting Teaching:

The visiting teaching gift for December is sure to be a favorite!  All year long, the messages from the Ensign have focused on "The Divine Attributes of Jesus Christ," so we have taken all of those attributes from the whole year and made a beautiful print, which we've used to "wrap" up the treat and message.  


The black chalkboard print includes words like; divine, kind, compassionate, full of glory, merciful, obedient, patient, virtuous, forgiving, etc - and wraps around 1/4 pound of chocolate covered cinnamon bears.  A darling tag ties it all together that reads, "Wrap yourself up in Christlike qualities for a Very Merry Christmas"




Home Teaching:

The message from the Ensign this December is written by the Prophet, President Thomas S. Monson.  It is entitled, "Make Time for the Savior."  What a great topic for this time of year! 


 We've packaged a delicious box of gourmet candy cane sticks, along with the message itself and a tag that reads, "Make TIME for the Savior (and your loved ones) this season."  The tag is designed to look like a clock!  We hope you enjoy your gift giving and home teaching assignments this month!