Missionaries can deal with a slew of issues, and as a parent, sibling, or friend reading and writing letters from afar, you may feel helpless. But you’re not. Check out some ways you can help them with some of these most common struggles, and some prophetic counsel that may help as well.
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When I got home from my mission everyone wanted to help me ‘adjust’ back to the ‘real world.’ I got so much advice on how and what I should be doing, but looking back on most of the advice I got — I really wish I had ignored it. What I wish someone had told me are these five things.
Sometimes life just goes along – things get busy and you’re kind of caught in the thick of thin things and then, out of nowhere you are awakened from life’s tasks and you re-evaluate everything you hold dear. That’s what happened to me the morning of November 8, 2018 – the day of the Paradise Fire.
Sister missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in all 407 missions around the world now have the option to wear dress slacks.
Despite the wonderful opportunity that temple open houses provide to show the general public a little of what goes on in our sacred places of worship, many never get the chance to attend one. More often, our friends and family outside of the Church are left not totally clear on what is happening in these beautiful buildings they can't go into. This new video series released by Mormon.org can help.
Elder Calen Chan is a missionary with an unusual talent. He has learned the impressive obstacle sport made famous by YouTube; parkour. Rather than set his skills completely aside to serve his mission in Auckland, New Zealand, he is using them to help spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
A Moapa, Nevada family is grieving at the news their son Elder Zane Lamping, 19, a missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has died.