General Conference Visiting Teaching Idea: General Conference Talks

Today I am sharing a great General Conference Visiting Teaching idea and printable. This is a quick and easy gift that you could give to the sisters you visit to help the study the recent General Conference addresses. Enjoy!


General Conference Visiting Teaching Idea

I usually like to create a fun gift for the sisters we visit teach that will encourage them to read through the General Conference Addresses. Last General Conference I shared THIS fun and tasty idea. If you haven’t noticed, I like chocolate, so I figure everyone does too. 🙂 I decided to do something a little different this month though.

General Conference Visiting Teaching Idea

As I was thinking of ideas for Visiting Teaching this month, I was trying to decide on what the sisters would need and could use when studying this month’s Ensign. I figured people liked to ‘highlight’ favorite quotes and scriptures as they read through the General Conference addresses.

And if you’re like me, and have pen and marker stealing children in the house, then you could always use some new highlighters because you can never seem to find any when you are wanting to study! haha

{Our youngest LOVES markers…the other day she looked like the hulk because she took a green marker to her legs and arms.}

The lightbulb went off, and I knew exactly what to give to the amazing ladies I visit teach! I couldn’t just give plain ol’ highlighters to my sisters. So yesterday I took some time and created some cute little tags to go along with my highlighters.

General Conference Visiting Teaching Idea

“What was the HIGHLIGHT of General Conference?”

When you go visiting teaching, you could share what the HIGHLIGHT of General Conference was for you, and then ask what they enjoyed most.

Then encourage them to use these General Conference Highlighters to Highlight their favorite quotes and scriptures as they study the addresses.


Along with the General Conference Highlighters, you could give them my 25 Weeks of General Conference Printable to help them study the talks. 🙂 And of course, you could also give them their very own copy of the General Conference Ensign.


Click HERE to print my General Conference Visiting Teaching Highlighters tag!


What do you like to do for the month’s we are asked to share a General Conference message? I hope you enjoy my May 2016 Visiting Teaching Idea, and are able to use them, whether for those you visit teach or for yourself. I’d love to hear if you do, so leave me a comment.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!

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Hi! I’m Sheena, the blogger behind Little LDS Ideas. I love sharing LDS Ideas and printables to help make your life and calling a little bit easier. I am a mother to 4 and a wife to one amazing guy. In addition to being busy with blogging and being a wife/mother, I am also in school. Studying and homework keeps me busy, but I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by! ♥


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  1. Tracy Thurston

    Thank you for your great ideas.

  2. Marilyn

    I can’t seem to get to the General a Conference Printable for Visiting Teaching

    1. Hi Marilyn. Just click on the phrase that says, “Click HERE to print….”. Then the document should open, and you should be able to print. If you have any problems just let me know and I can email the file. 🙂

  3. Marnee Theurer

    So often I am sent to your site from something that catches my eye on Pinterest. THANK YOU so much for sharing your talents!!

  4. cheryl

    This is darling!! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Vicky T

    Thank you!!v

  6. Angela

    Saved again by one of your fabulous ideas!

    1. Awww…thanks. 🙂 I’m so glad that you liked the idea. It was so simple, but so cute!

  7. Neryl Semu

    Yes, I know about those pen and highlighter stealers! Thank you for another great idea once again.

    1. 🙂 They’re pretty sneaky about stealing them, aren’t they?