Home Teaching and Visiting Teaching Message Ideas February 2013

Home Teaching:

A Word for the Hesitant Missionary

Possible Questions:

What do you think this quote means: “Preach the gospel at all times and if necessary, use words”

How can we include the gospel in our conversations with friends?

How can we make “our words being clear as a sunny sky and full of grace?”

What if I’m not good at talking to people, how can I be a missionary?

Message Quote:

“When we were living in Germany, (my wife) would find a way to work Church-related topics into her conversations with friends and acquaintances. For example, when someone asked about her weekend, she would say, “This Sunday we had an impressive experience in our church!” (Read the rest)

Activity for Kids:

To find a hidden message in the boxes, color in black the boxes that say or do things that are mean or hurtful.. Click here and scroll to the bottom

Visiting Teaching:

Converted unto the Lord

Possible Questions:

how can we do better with fellowshipping our fellow sisters?

How does making friends help others become “Converted unto the Lord?”

Message Quotes:

“It takes attentive friends to make new members feel comfortable and welcomed at church,” said Elder Ballard.2 All of us, but especially visiting teachers, have important responsibilities to establish friendships with new members as a way of helping them become firmly “converted unto the Lord”

“the Relief Society … can become [one of] the most powerful friendshipping resource[s] we have in the Church. Reach out early to those being taught and reactivated, and love them into the Church through your organization.”

Ideas and Handouts:

Handout 1

Handout 2

Handout 3

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