A Congolese man runs from a terrible accident and finds himself at a revolutionary camp, where he is told that he has a great destiny. He tries to escape by going to another town, joining a religion, becoming a missionary. Ultimately, though, he finds himself back in the very place he tried to leave. He must face his fears and his shame, but also his magnificent possibilities.Read More
How a soggy newspaper used to wrap fish led to the first temple in the Chinese realm (Taipei, Taiwan)
What does an old newspaper used to wrap fish, a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp, and the Taipei temple have in common? More than you’d think . . .Read More
The Salt Lake airport recently tweeted a video that shows first-hand the emotions tied to the...Read More
Missionaries from the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of the Texas Houston South mission sing the United States national anthem at a Houston Astros game of the MLB. ⚾
Missionaries from the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of the Texas Houston South mission sing the United States national anthem at a Houston Astros game of the MLB. ⚾Read More
Mormon missionaries—properly referred to as missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—are representatives of Jesus Christ who share His gospel with the world.Read More
I loved the second area of my mission. The Bishop was totally on board with missionary work. The ward mission leader was a rock star. The ward was warm and accepting. And the boundaries were large enough to stave off knocking on someone’s door more than once every 2 months or so (this was back in the day when tracting was almost all missionaries ever did). It was really awesome– definitely one of the highlights of my whole mission.
I was there a long time. I spent 6 months (and 5 companions) in that ward. But no matter how awesome an area is, you can still burn out.Read More
Have you ever felt the burden of grief or shame? Or the feelings of despair and hopelessness that come from making poor choices? Don’t despair.Read More
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