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Our Favorite Christmas Gifts for LDS Missionaries

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Missionaries have faced a hard year. Support them in their work and bring a smile to their faces this Christmas season with one of these inspiring gifts. Whether you want to prepare a missionary, serve someone already serving, or celebrate a missionary returning home, there is something for everyone.

Mission Ornaments

A personalized mission ornament makes a lasting keepsake. Available in both wood and acrylic, these ornaments come in multiple designs with varying levels of personalization. Check them all out here.

Gift Boxes

Take all of the work out of finding a gift for your missionary with one of these carefully crafted gift boxes. They’re stuffed full with treats and gifts, such as a Preach My Gospel pocket card and Plan of Salvation Teaching Kit. All are placed in a white gift box and topped with a sticker matching your missionary’s ethnicity. Basic and deluxe boxes are available. Get them here.

Personalized Mission Journal

With an abundance of 5-star reviews, this personalized mission journal is a best-selling Christmas gift year after year. The front of the journal is personalized with your missionary’s mission and one line of text. You can add more for a small fee. Choose from three different colors. Create yours here.

Teaching Kits

Did you know these teaching kits were inspired by the lessons from Preach My Gospel? They’ll be used by your missionary again and again. All are hand-engraved out of genuine maple wood and include a carrying case. You can even get kits in different languages. Available here.

LDS Missionary Plaques

A personalized missionary plaque is a classic keepsake and these come in multiple sizes and styles. There’s even created a missionary plaque that allows you to add two missions. It’s perfect for missionaries coming home after serving through the pandemic transfers. Available here.

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Aleah Ingram
Aleah Ingram
Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a marketing and product manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and loves baking, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.

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