Juanita is not your average 122 year-old. But then again, is there such a thing as an average 122 year-old? Probably not. This is exactly what makes Juanita so unique and exceptional.
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Cole grew up as a leader in school and sports. After high school, he left for his full-time missionary service in Argentina with enthusiasm. Soon, however, migraines, sleeplessness, and depression plagued his every day. His local mission leader counseled with him and encouraged him to return home and seek help.
"The world is changing, so the way we do missionary work is changing as well," said Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson, a member of the LDS Church's Missionary Executive Committee. "We recognize our methods need to change with technology." Find out what those changes look like.
On the evening of December 9th, 2013, Mr. Hanshaw, a homeless man, suffocated to death becoming trapped in the Salvation Army Clothing Drop while looking for warm clothing and shelter from the cold. The Mayor and others determined to never let that happen again.
As residents in Tonga and Samoa survey the damage in the wake of Category 4 Cyclone Gita and its 145-mph winds, the LDS Church is reporting Monday that all of its missionaries are safe and accounted for.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has issued the following updates regarding missionaries in Madagascar and Puerto Rico.
In 1975, I was serving as a full-time missionary in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), Africa, which at that time was part of the Johannesburg, South Africa Mission. To say we were isolated is an understatement. We had no cell phones, no faxes, no texting, no emails, and the only phone belonged to our land-lady downstairs. There were no stakes yet created in all of Africa. It was in this context that we first learned that Elder Thomas S. Monson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, was planning on a brief visit to our isolated African community as part of his mission tour.