2018 January Visiting Teaching Message Handout

January Visiting Teaching Message / Never Let a Problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved

Happy 2018!

If you are like me, you may have read the visiting teaching message this month and felt a little confused about what you are supposed to share when you go to visit your sisters!

As I thought about it more, I realized that perhaps that was the purpose – to push us to think outside a prepackaged message and truly rely on the spirit to teach and visit with the women we teach based on what they need.

This reminder at the end of the message was particularly interesting to me:

“How do we stop worrying about “what counts” for visiting teaching and instead focus on what each sister needs from her visiting teachers?”

Because really – we all need visits in a different way! Read the full message for this month here.

For this month, I decided to use a quote from our dear President Monson that I love. It’s a great reminder that we all need love, and it’s important to have that trump everything else.

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Never Let a Problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved

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