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!
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The title of the official December's Visiting Teaching message from the Ensign is "The Divine Mission of Jesus Christ: Prince of Peace." We have included the full message from the Ensign, a 3"x4" print of Mary holding baby Jesus (painting by Simon Dewey), and a Dove milk chocolate bar. Wrapped in a chocolate brown gift sack, a tag with a graphic of a dove on it, and a tag that reads, "Celebrate the Prince of Peace this Christmas Season" - this gift will be just right for the sisters you visit teach. The December Home Teaching message is entitled, "Fill the World with Christ's Love." In the message, President Uchtdorf tells a story about a family in need one Christmas. When asked what the children would like, the girls replied a stuffed animal or a doll, and the hungry little boy just wanted a bowl of oatmeal. The message goes on to remind us that sometimes a humble gift or giving of our love is most i
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December's Visiting Teaching gifts are here! It is always fun to create gifts around the holiday themes, especially this season. The title of the message from the Ensign is "The Divine Mission of Jesus Christ: The Only Begotten Son." We've used a kraft box (2"x2"4"), filled it with the message (printed on a cream paper), 2 Pioneer Valley buttercream caramels, and a special magnet of Christ. We received special permission from artist Del Parson (of Utah) to use one of his pictures of Christ, entitled "Jesus of Nazereth." We added words at the bottom of the magnet "I believe that thou art the Christ, the Son of God," which is a quote from the message. We hope that sisters nationwide will be able to view this magnet all year long and have it inspire them daily. The gift looks darling all done up with a strip of paper wrapped around the box (which has different names of Jesus printed all over it), red jute ribbo