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January 2012 Visiting Teaching Handout

Every month, I have the opportunity to go visit several other women from church, as part of the visiting teaching program.  It's a great chance to sit and chat and develop friendships.   There is also a message for each month.  January's message is about the visiting teaching program itself.  I decided to try to be creative and design a handout that visually captures the idea of visiting teaching.   And unlike last time I created a handout, I think I have figured out how to share it with you!



If you would like a copy, click here. Please let me know if that isn't working.  I'm still learning!

Update:  I think it is easiest to just right click on the image, "save picture as", and then open to print in whatever format you wish. 

Thankful thought:  Thanks for those who share their knowledge to help me (and others!) learn new skills.

Comments

  1. I love your handout, and will be re-posting on my blog and linking back to yours:)
    Sarah @ www.spirituallythinking.blogspot.com

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  2. Thanks, Sarah. Your site looks great, by the way!

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  3. Thank you for your word art. I am going to use this as a Visiting Teaching calling card; namely, to put our names and phone numbers for the sisters we visit teach, so they'll have us handy to call upon in good times or otherwise.
    Thanks again!

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