2018 March Visiting Teaching Message Handout

Even though February just has 2-3 days less than the rest of the year, it sure seems to go by fast!

Especially when it comes to visiting teaching! Ha!

I hope that you were all able to minister to your sisters in some way this past month. As I’ve been really thinking about, I feel that the important thing is to make others feel loved and included.

This month’s principle that is discussed for Visiting Teaching is about praying for each sister by name.

I think it’s important to mention that we aren’t necessarily supposed to teach this message – but we are supposed to implement it into our lives as we prepare to teach. By praying for the women we teach, we are more in tune to what she needs that month.

With that said, I still like to make printables with quotes from it. While you may not go and say, “Well this month’s message is about how I’m supposed to pray for you!”, I think it’s good to try and teach something about the principal to her.

There were some really great quotes in this month’s message, but I decided to go with this one:

“Praying for others with all of the energy of our souls increases our capacity to hear and to heed the voice of the Lord.” Elder David A. Bednar

Below you will find the printable. You can click here to enter your email or put it in the box below, and this printable (and all future ones) will be sent straight to your email!

PS – I realized I got the quote a little wrong below. Don’t worry, though. The printable you will be sent is correct!


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