Thursday, April 28, 2011

New Relief Society Blog for my Brazilian Sisters

Yes!!!!!, we have a new font of resource online: 
 and Solange Dal'Evedove already gained some points with me, because:
  • she is in the best city of São Paulo State: Marilia (because I was born there)! rsrsrsrsrsrsrsr
  • she is helping the best sisters online (us)
  • she is using the teaching and standards of the only true Church (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints)
  • doing that, for sure she is sustaining our sacred testimony (Jesus Christ lives, Joseph Smith restored the Gospel, Pres. Monson is a Latter-day Prophet).
When you can, visit her and all wonderful blogs we have... You are Amazing Sisters!!!!!!


How to have a Family Game Night

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Teachings for Our Time - Reminder

On Four Sundays, Teachings for Our Time lessons :

May 2011 and October 2011 - Talks published in the Ensign / Liahona May 2011
November 2011 and April 2012 - Talks published in the Ensign / Liahona November 2011
See page 132

Hope handout - April 2011 Conference Quote


We Believe Theme Song

For my sisters in Africa who asked about:that is the official EFY Theme Song. (by Mormon Messages for for Youth)

Monday, April 25, 2011

First Presidency Easter Message

Today I went to a hospital, visit my husband's friend who lately is struggling with his wife's disease.When I  was noticed I need to do that, I though what could be good to delivery as a comfort and hopeful message in the Easter time and condition. I decided, then, to give a message by the First Presidency, that came in the Church News last Saturday  But, how I can introduce the Prophet's words in a short time? I  made a little card that explains itself that Jesus Lives and He is our hope and share that, as Pres, Eyring said, we need "Trust in God, then Go and Do".

Because "Easter" is everyday,  you can use the card anytime, the download link is here

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

He is Risen! Coloring History


Last Minute Easter Ideas!

Over the internet you'll find thousand ideas for  all Easter occasion. Here are a few last minute ones that I consider easy , cheap and fast to do. Personalize the door hanger with your quote/wishes/name and attached a simple treat! Check the others here.

Egg Easter History for your Family Home Evening

This is a easy way to children understand what Easter is about.
Those 10 eggs are a brief and cute Easter history. (They are not in order).
Print in poster size, cut in "egg shape" and give each egg to a child and ask them, in sequence, tell about the egg he/she holds....There are others alternatives to use these eggs as game. Use your creativity! 

download the complete set and individual eggs here

Thursday, April 14, 2011

An Easter Card for your Visits

Telsee, from Photobucket posted a wonderful "I Know that my Redeemer lives 'egg" in her album. I thought it can be a good card for our Easter Wishes as visit teacher.
Just resize it for your card or tag.
Download  card here
Telsee pattern here

Monday, April 11, 2011

Young Women - Auxiliary Training (View)

(by Sarah Jeane Weaver)
Leaders can help Young Women learn by study and faith as they do three simple things: First, prepare to learn. Second, teach one another. And third, act.
Sarah Jane Weaver
Young Women auxiliary training: Sister Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women general president.
"We must flood the earth with light," said Sister Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women general president. "It is time for us as leaders to arise and shine forth."
Speaking at the Young Women auxiliary training meeting in the Conference Center Little Theater April 1, Sister Dalton asked youth leaders to light up the life of a young woman. "You are the women they are going to look to, the virtuous women who will be their role models," she said. "We need to prepare ourselves spiritually. You are wonderful women. But we could be better."
She asked the Young Women leaders not just to bear their testimony to the youth, but to be their testimony.
Sarah Jane Weaver
Young Women auxiliary training.
Sarah Jane Weaver
Young Women auxiliary training.
"Of all the tools we have, still the best one is our love," she said. "Let's help these young women be prepared and be all they can be."
During the training — one of several sessions held in downtown Salt Lake City preceding the Church's 180th Annual General Conference April 3-4 — Sister Dalton; her counselors, Sister Mary N. Cook and Sister Ann M. Dibb, and members of the Young Women general board offered counsel and direction to ward and stake Young Women leaders.
Sarah Jane Weave
Young Women auxiliary training.
Members of the board also announced that Personal Progress will soon be available online. By placing the whole Personal Progress book online, including a system to track progress and a secure journal, general leaders are taking the book to where young women live — anywhere in the world.
And for those who don't want to work online: paper still works, they explained.
"We are looking forward quite a way," Sister Dalton said, speaking of future Church growth across the globe. "We are living in two worlds right now."
(In coming weeks, the Church News will publish a complete report on the new online Personal Progress system.)
Sister Cook said it is important for leaders to create a safe learning environment for young women and then to help them teach one another. Each young woman, she added, can receive personal revelation.
"When you go to camp who will be doing the teaching? They will," she said.
Sister Dibb said it is important for leaders to help the youth ask their own questions and seek answers to them. "They can pray to find answers ... that will enter into their hearts."
Most important, she said, leaders should help the youth know they are not alone. "Our youth are feeling alone," she said.