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10 Manner & Etiquette Rules LDS Missionaries Need to Know

10 Manner & Etiquette Rules LDS Missionaries Need to Know

Around the world, Latter-day Saint missionaries spend their days interacting with others as they teach the gospel of Jesus Christ. Because missionaries are meant to represent the entire church in a positive way, it is important they know some basic manner and etiquette rules. We’ve gathered ten specifically that we think are some of the most necessary for missionary work. …

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LDS Church Announces Major Changes to Mission Boundaries

LDS Church Announces Major Changes to Mission Boundaries

Mormon Newsroom reported in October that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints would adjust the number of its 421 missions to better fit the needs of each region of the world. Today, the Church announces boundary realignments for 19 missions, as well as the creation of five new missions. With the changes, there will be 407 missions. The following five missions will open …

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President Nelson Signs Mission Calls as Presiding Apostle

President Nelson Signs Mission Calls as Presiding Apostle

News Release from Mormon Newsroom Missionaries receiving their calls this week won’t have the signature of the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on their mission call letters. President Russell M. Nelson, president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, signed 1,150 letters that are on their way to newly called full-time missionaries. The letters, printed …

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WATCH: LDS Missionaries Sing “We’ll Bring the World His Truth”

WATCH: LDS Missionaries Sing "We'll Bring the World His Truth"

At the end of a special Christmas zone conference, Latter-day Saint missionaries serving in the Florida Fort Lauderdale mission gathered together to sing. Standing together, they sang the popular missionary Primary song, “We’ll Bring the World His Truth.” The video, posted to Facebook earlier this month, has gained nearly 250,000 views. Watch it below. A zone conference is a special …

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LDS Missionaries to Return to Puerto Rico After Devastating Hurricanes

LDS Missionaries to Return to Puerto Rico After Devastating Hurricanes

According to a press release from Mormon Newsroom, LDS missionaries removed from Puerto Rico after September’s devastating hurricane season will be returning. The statement reads: In the aftermath of hurricanes Irma and Maria, missionaries in Puerto Rico and most surrounding islands were temporarily assigned to other missions. Some of those missionaries will soon return to the Puerto Rico San Juan …

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Parody: If President Trump Were A Mormon Missionary

Parody: If President Trump Were A Mormon Missionary

Prepare to Serve, a company dedicated to helping Latter-day Saints prepare for missions, has released a parody video contemplating what President Donald Trump might say if he served an LDS mission. The video takes a real-life interview with President Trump and splices it with questions about a missionary life. Prepare to Serve said, “After video interviewing nearly 1,000 returned Mormon …

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Here are the New Interview Questions for Prospective Missionaries

Here are the New Interview Questions for Prospective Missionaries

On October 20, 2017, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced upcoming changes to the missionary program. One of the changes mentioned was a new standard set of interview questions to be asked to each prospective missionary uniformly around the world. Those questions are now available to the public via a letter from the First Presidency to local …

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LDS Church Announces Upcoming Changes to Missionary Program

LDS Church Announces Upcoming Changes to Missionary Program

News Release from Mormon Newsroom Changes are coming to the way The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints engages in missionary work around the world. Such changes will include a new set of interview questions to be asked of prospective missionaries; a trimming of the number of missions to better fit the needs of each region of the world; …

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Read This Epic Letter from an LDS Missionary Who Returned Home Early

Read This Epic Letter from an LDS Missionary Going Home Due to a Mental Illness

In April 2016, Jessie Carter was called to serve a Spanish speaking mission in the Arizona Scottsdale Mission. For Carter, it was a joyful experience after a long journey. For four years, she had been working to overcome obstacles that would allow her to serve. She didn’t tell her family when she sent in her final application and surprised them …

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