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30 Questions To Ask Your LDS Missionary

30 Questions To Ask Your LDS Missionary

With the recent changes to the communication guidelines, Latter-day Saint missionaries and their families have more opportunities to talk and share than ever before. You’ll want your conversations to be uplifting and focused on the work. To help families find a new groove as they speak to their missionary more regularly, we’ve gathered thirty questions to get you started. Read through them and find one that you’d love to ask your missionary the next time you talk to them.

  1. How is the work going in your area?
  2. What did you learn in your personal and companionship study this week?
  3. What goals have you set?
  4. Who are you teaching?
  5. How has finding new people been going?
  6. Is anyone preparing for baptism?
  7. Do you have any recent converts you’re working with?
  8. What are the members of your ward like?
  9. What’s one fun thing you did with your companion?
  10. What’s something you discussed in companionship inventory?
  11. What did you do in your district or zone meeting?
  12. What is your mission focusing on right now?
  13. What has your mission president done to inspire you?
  14. How are you and your ward mission leader getting along?
  15. What’s made you feel accomplished?
  16. What miracles have you experienced?
  17. What service have you given lately?
  18. Which Christlike attribute are you working on?
  19. How can we help our local missionaries?
  20. What is the best thing you ate?
  21. How do you feel about being a missionary?
  22. What struggles are you experiencing right now?
  23. What have you felt inspired to say to the people you’ve met?
  24. What’s been one of your favorite scriptures?
  25. Is there anything we can send in our next care package?
  26. Do you have any counsel for our family?
  27. What can we pray for?
  28. What’s been on your mind?
  29. How can we help you in your call as a missionary?
  30. What can we help you be accountable to?

What questions have helped you connect with your missionary?

 

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Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a social media manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and is addicted to organic milk, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.
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