By The Wiz
OK, peeps. Time to write my RS lesson for me. Ready?
I am the visiting teaching coordinator in my ward and, as such, have to give a lesson once a year on visiting teaching. I have to do other stuff, too, but, you know, you can’t help me with that unless you have a thumb drive that isn’t broken. (Which reminds me, hon, can you pick up a new thumb drive? Thanks so much.)
What I want from you is stories about good visiting teaching moments you have had, either as a teacher or a teachee. (Is teachee a word?) They do not have to be major. Just stories of acts of service, or spiritual moments that are a direct result of the program.
For example: My visiting teachers are willing to drive my son to his afternoon kindergarten if I have an appointment in the morning that precludes me from taking him. HUGE HELP. It doesn’t take too much time, but it is still a sacrifice, (they have schedules too) and it helps me out tons so I can keep my multiple doctor’s appointments. I love that I can ask them to do this, and they do.
Of course, they have brought me tasty dinners when needed as well.
All right. Share the goodness. GO!!
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