This episode is all about Race and the Mormon Church. Some of the episodes of the LDS MissionCast feature content for those preparing to serve a full-time mission, some episodes are directed towards those that have returned home, or are wanting to be more inspired in member-missionary work. Episodes like this one are unique in that we occasionally need to take the time to learn the gospel and to learn our history better so that we can be better members of the church and better ministers to those around us. On June 1st, 2018 there will be a “Be...Read More
Author: Nick Galieti
Shawn Rapier is a well-known mormon stand-up comedian, as well as a return missionary. In the latest episode of the LDS MissionCast, Shawn shares some of his experience as a stand up to help find ways where missionaries can use humor when sharing the gospel, and situations when humor is inappropriate. Humor is one of those things the Missionary Guide or Preach My Gospel manuals aren’t likely to cover. Host Nick Galieti, and Shawn Rapier tell some funny stories from their mission experiences that help illustrate ways where humor can be a rewarding addition to the mission experience. ...Read More
In a special two part podcast of the LDS MissionCast, Dr. Taylor Halverson, Teaching and Learning Consultant at BYU, teaches how to best use metaphor and analogy to teach the gospel.Read More
Listen as Garth Smith talks about some of his experiences giving firesides around the country, and about his own missionary service among the Navajo Indians in the southwest United States.Read More
While missionaries are not called to be therapists, knowing the signs of mental health concerns, as well as some suggestions for best practices in this cases, will enlarge discipleship opportunities and enrich mission-based relationships (including companionships).Read More
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