Wednesday, January 29, 2014

February RS Meeting--All About LOVE

Hope you can make it!!! 

We are going to have rotating workshops to cover the different types of LOVE!

  • Family Love
  • Hubby Love
  • Neighbor Love
  • Divine Love
  • and of course, Sweet Love! 
For more info and a blank invite, visit Flibbertigibbetygirl

She explains:

*Hubby Love! I am so excited for this particular type of Love. I am actually the one teaching the class. We will be discussing 5 scientifically proven ways to strengthen your relationship with your spouse. I can’t even tell you the amount of research I have done to prepare for this class! This coming Tuesday, I will post those 5 ways along with links to the studies that back them up :). Be excited! Be very excited!

*Family Love! We will be making RAK plaques. Catchy, right?! RAK stands for Random Acts of Kindness. These are flat blocks of wood, about 4 inches by 4 inches across. They are painted white with modge podged scrapbook hearts on the top, and the directions for their use on the back.
Basically the block will travel secretly around your family, when you do a secret act of kindness for someone in your family; you leave the plaque where you did the deed. (For example- one could make brother's bed one morning and then leave the RAK plaque on his pillow.). Now it is the person who received the plaque’s turn to do a RAK. (Ex: Now brother could go put away sister's laundry and leave the RAK plaque in the bottom of her laundry basket).
Fun right?! Did that all make sense?

*Neighbor Love! Okay so in this workshop their will be lots of fun valentine scrapbook paper available, and the women will be writing a little note of love or thanks (creating a homemade valentine) for another woman in the group. All Valentine’s will then be placed in an RS mailbox to be delivered (by my committee, myself, and the RS Presidency) later in the evening and throughout the rest of the week.

*Divine Love! My local dollar store has miniature Jenga games for sale. We will have multiple round tables set up with a Jenga game in the middle of each table. Sisters will play the game in groups. Played as normal Jenga would be played, except with a slight twist—
Each Jenga Block will have either “Neighbor”, “Hubby”, or “Family”, written on it. Once you safely remove your block, tell the table group one way you can show God you love him in that category.
For Examples:
“Hubby”— By visiting the Temple together as a couple often.
“Neighbor”— By doing my Visiting Teaching, or by praying for my VT sisters.
“Family”— By holding regular FHE. By teaching my children about Christ and his love for us.

*Sweet Love! We’ll be serving these little beauties (recipe will be available on this blog by Wednesday)—

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