More and more, full-time missionaries are able to express the uniqueness of their testimonies in new ways. In a recent video, Sister Baker shares her testimony in words and through another lifelong skill she has cultivated: ballet.
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"Why Missions Rock" is the self-declared theme of a new video recently shared to the Happy Latter-day Saints Facebook page. Presented in a fun, quippy way, this video explores the benefits of serving a mission from the perspective of those currently in the field.
As a high school student, Elder Gibb had already begun to wonder what purpose this life had. What was the point of all that he was working toward if, in the end, he would just die and be gone? An opportunity for answers came when his Prom date had an allergic reaction and asked if someone could give her a priesthood blessing.
Elder Dale G. Renlund assures missionaries they need not be perfect to share Christ’s perfect message
God, he added, “has commissioned you, just the way you are, to go out and invite people to come unto the Savior. And then He expects you to do your best and try to get better over the course of your mission and throughout your life.”
Recently, two sister missionaries, shared a song that they wrote together with the Called to Share YouTube channel. It is a beautiful opportunity for two people that already have to spend all their time together to find that their talents complement each other in such a unique way.
In 2020, close to 2,000 foreign missionaries were repatriated due to the pandemic surge. Now that they are back, they will continue where they left off and spread the gospel of Jesus Christ in every corner of the country. This video shows their emotional return.
Relief Society General President Jean B. Bingham reminded training missionaries of their wobbling, imbalance, falls, limited confidence and hesitancy when first learning to ride a bicycle. Improvement meant worrying less about mechanics and paying more attention to where one was going.