Friday, November 3, 2017

November Visiting Teaching Handouts.

Ohhhhh November.
How I love thee.

I just hope I don't blink though because I know these next couple of months are going to FLY ON BY! 

{Why can't the summer months here in AZ
 ever FLY ON BY?}

This month's Visiting Teaching message is from last month's General Conference talks.

I chose TWO different talks to create handouts for but let's be honest - - if I had more time on my hands I could've done a handout for EVERY SINGLE talk because I loved them all OH SO MUCH!

The first talk I chose was actually my VERY FAVORITE talk from the whole entire conference. 

by Stanley G. Ellis

For this handout -- all you need is some HARD candy.

You can dump the HARD candies into a cute little jar and tie a ribbon around it.....or...if you want the easiest option {I do!} - - just tie the tags right onto the bag of your hard candy like I did at the top picture!

There is SUCH A GOOD MESSAGE in this talk.
If you haven't heard it already - - go back and read it!!!

My second handout comes from Gary E. Stevenson and is titled:

I just LOVED his analogy between a SOLAR eclipse and a SPIRITUAL eclipse.

All you need for this handout is a package of Eclipse gum!
That's it!

I taped mine right onto the back of my package of gum.

All of my Visiting Teaching handouts are FREE!

You can download my HARD handout HERE.
There are 2 per page.

You can download my ECLIPSE handout HERE.
There are 4 per page.

As always - if you plan to download any of my tags - I 

just ask that you PLEASE make sure to become 

an official follower of my blog

{right hand side under 'Follow'}.

You can also follow me on 

my social media sites where I post regularaly 

 *Ideas are posted daily!*

Also - - I am MORE than flattered when others

 'replicate' my ideas and come up with their 

'own' tags.  I just 

PLEASE ask that you give credit where credit 

is due when posting, and please link back to 

this original post.  xoxo

Happy Visiting Teaching!


  1. These are such good ideas, and so easy for us to use. Thank you!

  2. Thank you! I visit three less active sisters so I think the hard candy handout works wonderfully for a couple of them. Thanks so much.

  3. Ooh! I had just chosen Elder Ellis's talk to give to my sisters, and then I found your great handouts. Thank you so much!

  4. Yay! You are so welcome. Always happy to help! ;)


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