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November 2011 Visiting Teaching Message/Printables/Ideas

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November 2011 Visiting Teaching Message
Call to Action, November 2011
 Sister Julie B. Beck has taught: “With so much need for relief and rescue in the lives of sisters and their families today, our Heavenly Father needs us to follow a higher path and demonstrate our discipleship by sincerely caring for His children… And visiting teachers have the responsibility to “sincerely come to know and love each sister, help her strengthen her faith, and give service.”

Nov 2011 Visiting & Home Teaching Message Ideas
Here are several printables

Hello Friend – Nov Visiting Teaching Printable                                                                                                                                                           November’s Visiting Teaching message is to be selected from our last General Conference. I loved the talk given by Elder Richard G. Scott, “The Power of Scripture”. I’ve been pondering several thoughts in his talk, including the following passages:“Pondering a scripture like that gives great direction to life. The scriptures can form a foundation of support. They can provide an incredibly large resource of willing friends who can help us. A memorized scripture becomes an enduring friend that is not weakened with the passage of time.Pondering a passage of scripture can be a key to unlock revelation and the guidance and inspiration of the Holy Ghost. Scriptures can calm an agitated soul, giving peace, hope, and a restoration of confidence in one’s ability to overcome the challenges of life. They have potent power to heal emotional challenges when there is faith in the Savior. They can accelerate physical healing.”                                                                                         

General Conference Visiting Teaching (Nov ’11)
181st General Conference,” Ensign/Liahona, November 2011“Because the November Liahona and Ensign contain a report of the October general conference, there is not a specifically designated First Presidency Message or Visiting Teaching Message for November.

November V T Handout  –The Power of Scripture                                                                                                                                                           Here is a handout from the Saturday morning session of General Conference. To
download, click on one of the links under the picture! 🙂                                                                         
November 2011 VT Message                                                                                                                                                                                                Because the November Liahona and Ensign contain a  report of the October general conference, there is not a specifically  designated First Presidency Message or Visiting Teaching Message for  November. Home and visiting teachers are encouraged to prayerfully  select their message from the addresses given during general conference. Visit the general conference website to read, watch, or listen to conference addresses. Here are a couple of my favorites.                                                                                                                                              


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