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Visiting Teaching January 2012

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Watchcare and Ministering through Visiting Teaching “Charity [means] far more than a feeling of benevolence,” taught President Henry B. Eyring, First Counselor in the First Presidency. “Charity is born of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and is an effect of His Atonement.”1 For Relief Society sisters, visiting teaching can be charity in action, an important way to exercise our faith in the Savior. http://lds.org/ensign/2012/01/watchcare-and-ministering-through-visiting-teaching?lang=eng

a href=”http://media.ldscdn.org/pdf/lds-magazines/liahona-january-2012/2012-01-03-watchcare-and-ministering-through-visiting-teaching-eng.pdf”>January 2012 Liahona pdf January 2012. 7. VISITING TEACHING MESSAGE. Watchcare and. Ministering through. Visiting Teaching. Study this material and, as appropriate, discuss it with … http://media.ldscdn.org/pdf/lds-magazines/liahona-january-2012/2012-01-03-watchcare-and-ministering-through-visiting-teaching-eng.pdf

Watchcare and Ministering through Visiting Teaching – Jan 2012 VT handout Posted by Didi Labels: Handouts, Relief Society 2012, Visiting Teaching Monthly Messages http://didiatreliefsociety.blogspot.com/2011/12/watchcare-and-ministering-through.html

Visiting Teaching Watchcare Wheel
The Jan uary 2012 Visiting Teaching message is about how we can better watchcare and minister to our sisters. Sister Beck said, “In reality, visiting teaching is never finished. It is more a way of life than a task. Faithfully serving as a visiting teacher is evidence of our discipleship.” http://inkablinka.com/2011/12/visiting-teaching-watchcare-wheel.html

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