{Visiting Teaching} March 2017: The Enabling Power of Jesus Christ and His Atonement

It’s time to say goodbye to another month, and begin again. I’m actually a little bit ok with it because that just means we’re getting closer to Spring. Here in Idaho we still are covered in snow, and I mean covered! Last week I started thinking about this month’s Visiting Teaching message, and what I could share. I thought of the word ‘Power’ and thought of using Powerade, but I already shared that before (you can see that idea HERE). I then got a little sidetracked with St. Patrick’s day and chocolate, haha. After thinking about the idea for a little bit, I decided it would be great for my March 2017 Visiting Teaching Idea.

March 2017 VT Idea

I love the March 2017 Visiting Teaching message, and it even includes one of my favorite scriptures, Ether 12:27. But this month I decided to go with a St. Patrick’s day theme, and incorporate some delicious gold candy.

We all need to be reminded of who we are and how special each of us are, so I went decided to focus this month’s idea around the phrase:

“You are more precious than gold!”

Whenever we read or study about Jesus Christ’s Atonement, we should be reminded of our worth. Our Savior loves us so much that he came to earth to die for us. He has felt our pains and our suffering, and through the enabling power of Jesus Christ and His atoning sacrifice our weaknesses can be made strong, and our trials can be made light.

Would the sisters you Visit Teach enjoy their very own jar of ‘gold’ and a little reminder to help them know who they are and just how amazing and special they are? Here is what you’ll need, and I am sharing some great printables to make your job even easier!

March 2017 Visiting Teaching Printable


March 2017 Visiting Teaching Idea

For my treats, I chose to put them in a small wide-mouth jar. Since I chose to use a jar, I created a jar topper to go with it. You can find the printable at the bottom of this post, and since not everyone will use wide-mouth jars, I included jar toppers for both wide-mouth and normal jars.

Next, you need some ‘gold’ to fill your jar. I went to the grocery store and found some gold wrapped chocolates that would be perfect. You could also use gold chocolate coins or find some other item that is gold.

I then created 3 small tags to tie to my jar. The first one has the phrase, “You are more precious than gold!”. The next one has a scripture from the message and the third tag is the ‘Consider This’ question. All you have to do is print and cut and then attach them to your jar or item of your choice. I had some green and white twine that I used to attach my tags, but you could use any type of green or gold ribbon.

March 2017 Visiting Teaching Idea


Click HERE to print my March 2017 Visiting Teaching Printables!


Teacher or YW Gift Idea

Wouldn’t these make cute teacher gifts as well? Just use the Jar Topper tag and the ‘More precious than gold’ tags to attach to your jar of gold for the perfect teacher gift.

You could even give them to the YW in your Ward, and encourage them to pass of a Knowledge Personal Progress requirement.


I hope you enjoy my March 2017 Visiting Teaching Idea, and are able to use it this month. I would love to hear if you do, so leave me a comment. Or snap a picture and share it with me on Instagram.

Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope you have a wonderful day!


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. Victoria Wojtkiewicz

    We are new to the Warrenton, MO Ward. I think I will make 2 of these and give them to our Sisters. I love them already!
    Thanks for the great idea!

    1. Thank you, Victoria. 🙂 I hope the wonderful sisters you delivered these to enjoyed them.

  2. Karen

    Thank you Sheena for sharing your awesome talents with us! I know my visiting teaching sisters will love this handout.

  3. Kareem

    This is great. Thank you.

    1. Thanks, Kareem. Glad you like the idea and printables. 🙂

  4. Janel

    Love this! I’m doing them for several people, not just those I visit teach. So easy and quick and spreads love.

    1. Thank you, Janel. I am so glad that you like the idea and printables and will be sharing with others. I hope everyone enjoys the treats. 🙂

  5. Shannon

    Thank you for generously sharing these awesome printables!

    1. You are very welcome, Shannon. 🙂 Glad you like the printables.

  6. Katherine Low

    Thanks. So cute.

  7. Emily

    SO cute!! I love the design and I love the message– it fits so well together! Love it 🙂

  8. Lealeth Miller

    Thank you so much! These are adorable. You save me soooo much time. Bless you!

    1. You are so sweet, Lealeth. Your comment made me smile. I am so happy to hear that you enjoyed the idea, and that it made life a little easier, that’s exactly why I share these ideas. 🙂

  9. Maurine

    Thank you so much for these cute gift jars! I will definitely use them for the ladies I visit teach and I may make some for others in my ward too. Darling!

    1. Thank you, Maurine. I’m glad you like the idea and printables. I hope the wonderful ladies you give them to enjoy them as well. 🙂 Thank you for the kind comment.

  10. Anna Calabro

    Sheena, I love your ideas! You were referred by your cousin Jennifer Perron Stevenson.
    I was very blessed to have been her visiting teacher in WI. Now I live in Texas.
    So I want to thank you for your creative ideas! Keep them coming! Sincerely, Anna 🙂

    1. Thank you, Anna, for your sweet comment. Jennifer is so great, I am grateful to be a part of her family. I grew up in Texas, and loved it. Enjoy some good BBQ for me. 🙂