Visiting Teaching Messages Archive

Relief Society

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    March 2012 Visiting Teaching Message
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        March 2011 Visiting Teaching Message
          Call to Action, April 2011 Sister Julie B. Beck taught, “Righteous women today seek an outpouring of revelation to resist distractions, fight evil and spiritual destruction, and rise above personal disasters by increasing their faith, strengthening their families, and providing relief to others.” How can personal revelation strengthen your faith and increase your own commitment to personal righteousness? Share your thoughts and experiences with us at Julie B. Beck, "Fulfilling the Purpose of Relief Society," Ensign, Nov. 2008, 108–11Julie B. Beck, “‘Daughters in My Kingdom’: The History and Work of Relief Society,” Ensign, Nov. 2010, 112–15Thomas S. Monson, “The Mighty Strength of the Relief Society,” Ensign, Nov. 1997, 94-97

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        • Welfare
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            August 2011 Visiting Teaching Message
              Call to Action, August 2011 Elder M. Russell Ballard has taught, “Every sister in this Church who has made covenants with the Lord has a divine mandate to help save souls, to lead the women of the world, to strengthen the homes of Zion, and to build the kingdom of God.” Because of the covenants you have made, what are you doing to contribute to the work of the Lord? Share your thoughts and experiences with us at Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “The Influence of Righteous Women,” Liahona, Sept. 2009M. Russell Ballard, “Women of Righteousness,” Liahona, Dec. 2002

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            • The Divine Mission of Jesus Christ: Light of the World
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                Honoring Our Covenants
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                  December 2010 Visiting Teaching Message
                    December Call to Action President Boyd K. Packer taught: “Family history work has the power to do something for the dead. It has an equal power to do something to the living. They understand that they are tying their family together, their living family here with those who have gone before.” Sister Beck also reminds us that “family history and temple work continue to be some of the primary obligations of Relief Society.” How are you and your family fulfilling this responsibility? Share your experiences with us at Henry B. Eyring, “Hearts Bound Together,” Ensign, May 2005, 77Boyd K. Packer, “Your Family History: Getting Started,” Ensign, Aug. 2003, 12–17Russell M. Nelson, “Generations Linked in Love,” Ensign, May 2010, 91–94Julie B. Beck, “Studying the Work of Relief Society,” Ensign, Jan. 2010, 32–37

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                      By Julie B. Beck Relief Society general president Liahona and Ensign, Sept. 2010 As parents, leaders, and Church members, we are preparing this generation for the blessings of Abraham, for the temple. We have the responsibility to be very clear on key points of doctrine found in the proclamation on the family. Motherhood and fatherhood are eternal roles and responsibilities. Each of us carries the responsibility for either the male or the female half of the plan.

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                      July 2011 Visiting Teaching Message
                        Call to Action, July 2011 President Thomas S. Monson recently taught: “As you and I go to the holy houses of God, as we remember the covenants we make within, we will be more able to bear every trial and to overcome each temptation. In this sacred sanctuary we will find peace; we will be renewed and fortified.” Have you personally felt the blessings of peace and comfort as you attend the temple? Please share your thoughts and experiences with us at Thomas S. Monson, “The Holy Temple—a Beacon to the World,” Liahona, May 2011 Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Temple Blessings,” Liahona, August 2010

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