Thursday, December 27, 2012

January Visiting Teaching Message - handout

Missionary Work
Obra Missionária
Obra Missional

YW Sunday Lessons - January: The Godhead, handout

The Godhead
A Trindade
La Trinidad

Being part of STAND ye in HOLY PLACES and be not moved - 2013 Mutual Theme

For January 2013, New Era has four different covers, showing youth in various locations who are standing in holy places.
So, where do YOU stand?
Be part of Standing in Holy Places this year:
  • take picture of yourself standing in your holy place
  • go to newera.lds.org and click " Submit Material" or email at newera@ldschurch.org, and attached your photo
  • add a personalized message about how you stand in holy places
  • be sure to include your name, age, and location
Maybe your photo can be selected to appear on youth.lds.org the New Era Facebook page, or in an upcoming issue of the New Era.

Don't wait! Show everyone where do you stand!!!!!!!!!



Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry Christmas to all of you!


Kidnapped Mormon sister missionaries freed in Guatemala


Photo from Deseret News
MESA, Ariz. — Rodrigo Trevino was informed Thursday morning by his LDS Church bishop that his missionary daughter, Sara Catherine Trevino, had been kidnapped in Guatemala. (read full history  here)


Thursday, December 20, 2012

Candy Cane Mice - how-to, template

Easy and simple to do, and  be attached with your Visiting Teaching December Message
I found it at  Martha Stewart website (here)
...and I hanged some in my Christmas tree!




Wednesday, December 19, 2012

"You could see the Savior through her"


Parker family photo

Emilie Parker was a choice little girl with bright blue eyes and a happy face that carved lasting impressions on folks of all ages. Ogden Utah Rock Cliff Stake President David Christiansen remembers instantly recognizing divine qualities in little Emilie.

"She just had a beautiful smile and countenance," he said. "You could see the Savior through her."
President Christiansen and fellow members across the globe are grieving with millions of others in the aftermath of a Dec. 14 shooting rampage in Newtown, Conn., that left 28 dead, including six-year-old Emilie Parker. After killing his mother at their home, a gunman walked into Sandy Hook Elementary and killed 20 children and six adults before committing suicide.

"...President Christiansen said he hopes to share "a message of hope" during the services. "This is a struggle that will make us stronger," he told the Church News.
Little Emilie, he added, was a perfect soul who was received by the Lord and now waits for her family and friends in a holier place.

"..."She is safe," he said."

(by Jason Swensen - Church News staff writer)