Never lose track of interested ones, with a Return Visit and Service Record book for Jehovah's Witnesses
Taking detailed notes not only reminds us of the interested person and where he lives; it also serves as an incentive for us to make the return visit. Did you ever take all sorts of beautiful notes, only to spend hours looking for the interested person because you forgot to put the street name? May that never happen again! Stay organized with the Ministry Ideaz Return Visit record keeper for Jehovah's Witnesses.
Keep track of your entire theocratic life with this all-in-one return visit book
This Theocratic Organizer for Jevovah's Witnesses has six separate sections, each separated with a plastic divider:
Section 1: Monthly Planner
12 pages to keep track of all your activities for an enitre year. You fill in the dates yourself; therefore this is a perpetual calendar that will work no matter which month you start in.
Section 2: Return Visits
5 "initial call" sheets for the initial contact with a house-holder. Followed by 35 sheets to keep track of your return visits. In addition to just the name and address, the return visit sheets include a handy spot to draw a map, in case its an area hard to find again.
Section 3: Magazine Route
2 magazine record pages to keep track who has received magazines each month. Followed by pages to keep track of which magazines you have picked-up (as shown in the example above) and publications you have ordered.
Section 4: Bible Students
6 "left off on" sheets to keep track of where you left off on the previous visit. 6 "question / research topic" sheets to keep track of student research.
Section 5: Service Record
12 monthly service record sheets and 2 yearly service total sheets. Transfer your monthly totals to the yearly record sheet to give yourself an overview. By keeping a running total, you will be able to see your accumalated hours at a glance.
Section 6: Notes
This section contains extra pages for your own notes. It has 1 grid sheet, 1 ruled sheet, and 2 plain sheets.