I want a missionary bank for my little boy. Something that he can actively put change into or that he can drop notes into (or that I can drop notes into about sweet things he says about his future mission).
I love all the ideas I have been checking out on Pinterest . . .
A recent post on the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Facebook Page: We recently asked returned missionaries what advice they would give to those preparing to serve. These are some of the most common themes. What other advice would you give?
Inspiring your children to be missionaries in the home, is an essential part of being an LDS Mother. With all of the activities and stories and ideas at our fingertips via the internet, it gives us such an advantage in today's world.
A mission is a big deal in our home. It does not matter if our son is only eight years old, we are teaching him the importance of going on a mission, marrying in the temple, and raising a righteous family. In the scripture Proverbs 22:6 it says, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old he will not depart from it.”
Because I want him to keep his focus on things of the future, I made this key ring book. The purpose of it is to remind him of the necessary steps to being worthy to go on a mission and I include the Twelve Articles of Faith for his memorization purposes.
And for those of us who are looking to bring a missionary lesson into our Family Home Evening night, there is a great idea here,