Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Thoughts on Visiting Teaching

I am the Visiting Teaching Cordinator in my church ward. So, part of my duty is to have a message or thought in the monthly newsletter. I aspire to be an awesome digital person someday, so this is my fun way to work on that! Here are the thoughts I've done so far. I'll post one every month I'm in this calling!
download Pray Study Read .png here Download family .png here

15 comments:

  1. So very fun! Thanks for sharing. If you are interested, I also do a VT handout. Anyone is welcome to it via email.

    http://Chantaclair.com/VT.htm for samples.

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    1. Wonderful handouts! Thank you so much.

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  2. How do you make those handout? i would like to learn..thanks

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  3. I love the font in the 2nd handout....can you share what it is?

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  4. I made them in Photoshop Elements. My font collection is a disaster, but I will see if I can figure out what I used in the 2nd one! :)

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  5. These are great!! I can hardly wait to print them out and use them for our sisters...I make 4x6 handouts to fit inside an acrylic frame/magnet for them, thanks so much! Ü

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  6. Thanks for sharing your cute ideas. I really liked the family quote. I printed it on vellum and framed it over a picture of christ and another one over some cute scrapbook paper with the word "LOVE" behind it. Turned out way cute. Thanks again, Barb

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  7. I forgot to mention that I'm gonna use them as a prize for some games tonight at our VT conference. Barb

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  8. I am the visiting teaching coordinator in my ward now, and I came across your blog tonight. It has been an answer to my prayers! Thank you!

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  9. Thank you so much. We are planning our VT meeting and love these quotes.

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  10. Michelle, thank you. Thank you for fulfilling your calling and touching lives you don't even know about! I had reached the "doing" visiting teaching stage - your post reminded me why we do it and that flame has flicked back to life. THANK YOU!

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