Friday, May 31, 2013
This is an old idea, but still works.......
The heart that hangs from the magnet has "fed" and "hungry" on either side. When visits need to be made, the "hungry" side shows, and when the teaching is completed, the heart is turned to "fed".
- Print out the hearts and sheep and copy to cardstock
- Cut out, and glue hearts wrong side together so the words show on both sides. (Make sure you keep the two separated or you might have a "double head" nickle situation!
- Color in the sheep as you like.
- Laminate and cut out again.
- Punch a small hole in the hearts and thread the embroidery floss through.
- Attach to the back of the magnet by placing the ends of the floss under the adhesive side of the magnet.
To save the art, right click over the image you want, and "save as"
Thursday, May 30, 2013
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
- President Boyd K. Packer, “These Things I Know”
- Elder M. Russell Ballard, “This Is My Work and Glory”
- Elder Richard G. Scott, “For Peace at Home”
- Elder Enrique R. Falabella, “The Home: The School of Life”
- Elder Robert D. Hales, “Stand Strong in Holy Places”
- Elder Tad R. Callister, “The Power of the Priesthood in the Boy”
- Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Personal Peace: The Reward of Righteousness”
1. Dot 6 a 7 equally spaced drops of puff paint on both straps or each rubber flip-flop
2. Surround each dot with 5 or 6 small drops to create a flower. Let dry completely
Thursday, May 23, 2013
|The funeral of Sister Frances J. Monson, wife of Thomas S. Monson, President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will be held in the Salt Lake Tabernacle at noon on Thursday, May 23, 2013. The public is invited to the funeral service. There will be no public viewing. Appropriate funeral attire is requested.|
Funeral services will be streamed online on LDS.org, and broadcast live via LDS.org, KSL 5, KSL.com, BYU TV, BYU TV Global, BYU TV International, KBYU, and on the Church satellite system.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Sister Frances Beverly Johnson Monson, 85, wife of President Thomas S. Monson for more than 64 years, died early Friday morning, May 17, in a Salt Lake City hospital surrounded by family. She died of causes incident to age.