[…] A Singer on the Las Vegas Strip Joins the Church – In September of 2001, I was working as a singer on yet another cruise ship. I had spent most of my life in the … they mentioned the “Discussions” and wondered if I wanted to know more. I said, yes! We met twice a week, for 3 weeks. […]
It's amazing how people believe you need to serve a full-time LDS mission to be a missionary. As this article so wonderfully illustrates, this is not so. I served a full-time LDS mission in Charlottle, NC and have amazing memories and relationships I will cherish for eternity. Yet, every Latter-day Saint can be a missionary by their example and as the scriptures teach, "letting your light shine". I love sharing the gospel in every season of my life. The Lord places prepared people in your path. People that are honestly seeking a different and better life. "He is the way and the life". Best wishes as you continue your journey and your conversion will strengthen as you share the gospel with others.
This was a beautiful story and written marvellously! What an uplightful few minutes spent :) Oh, and thanks for not judging the Church based on speculation and instead going to the source. Makes so the difference, huh!
what a wonderful testimony. Without the church I wouldn't know where I would be. I am so happy for you that you found the gospel of Jesus Christ and you life has new meaning :) The Church is true and it makes our lives complete.
I love the story. I visited the Venetian Macau and i love hearing the singer sings. He greeted me in our dialect! How did he know my nationality when in fact so foreign was there.
I used to sing and dance on cruise ships in between various Vegas gigs, also. I am also LDS. And SO grateful for the atonement which made those past "distractions" seem to lose their attractive glow. Thanks for sharing your own story. Good luck and God bless.
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