Missionaries and members alike are adjusting to new circumstances caused by the global pandemic. Some of these new requirements may actually open up new avenues for sharing the gospel by full-time missionaries and everyday members alike that won’t change when “things get back to normal.”
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Three other missionaries were injured but are expected to recover.
Though the #LightTheWorld campaign looks a little different this year, the goal is still to spread the message of the hope of the Savior across the world. A pair of Elders serving in Germany found a unique way to share the message, painting a mural on the historic Berlin Wall.
At this time, the Church has begun sending a very limited number of missionaries to assignments outside their home countries. This process is deliberate and cautious. Because of the ongoing pandemic, all missionary travel is dependent upon local conditions and air travel restrictions, and some missionaries may not depart for several months.
The morning of 9/11/2001 was an exciting morning for the Rogers household. Our son Allan was coming home from his mission in Taiwan just a little after noon. We had no idea what a turn the day would take. Or the miracles that would follow for our family.