The Press Democrat from Santa Rosa, California did a fair, and well-researched piece on missionary work, including interviews with a stake and mission presidents. We’d like to see this kind of journalism more often about the Church.
Darion Bevan and Joshua Marsh willingly go to bed at 10:30 every night.
For a couple of healthy 20-year-old bachelors, that might seem peculiar in an age of electronic distractions and post-midnight entertainment.
Bevan and Marsh share a modest east Santa Rosa apartment furnished with two desks, two beds and little else. There’s no TV, stereo or computer, but there are workout weights in one bedroom and a picture of Jesus Christ on the front door.
Sixteen hours a day, six days a week starting at 6:30 a.m., they are missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, committed to spreading the word of a 180-year-old American-born faith that counts 13.8 million members worldwide.
Read entire article here.