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.
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.
Elder Nelson ran into his cousin the first week of serving in the Kentucky Louisiville Mission after his time in the Missionary Training Center. His family didn’t even know his cousin was there for his Army training. Elder Nelson will be serving in his cousin’s ward and they blessed the sacrament together. This was a wonderful tender mercy for Elder Nelson and his family.
Watch as these two Elders take an object most people are familiar with and compare it to the apostasy and restoration.
One of the best moments in any LDS parent’s life is when they get to experience their son or daughter serving a mission. via GIPHY And mom and dad’s…
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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.
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).
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