Missionary Beat: April 21, 2014

Want the latest news on the world of future missionaries, missionary moms, returned missionaries, member missionaries and missionaries of every sort and variety? Check out our latest Missionary Beat, or search through the older articles.

What it’s Like Waiting for an LDS Mission Call

This is a funny article filled with GIFs that explains parts of the mission call experience for future missionaries.

Latter-day Saint Convert and their Influential Friend Reunite After 55 Years

David Einfeldt shares his experience of reuniting with his friend of 55 years who introduced him to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Football Player for Oregon State, Former Returned Missionary, and BYU Tranfser Shares His Outlook

A look at Baker Pritchard, a former BYU student and returned missionary who served in Hawaii, shares his future goals as a new football player for Oregon State.

A Behind the Scenes Look at the the Missionary Reality TV show, “The District”

A look into what “The District” originally was as mission training videos, but became a reality TV show.

New Mission Presidents are Announced

A listing of new mission presidents and their wives that are going to serve in various places world-wide.

LDS Youth from Huston, TX Donate Shoes for the Needy in Haiti

Latter-day Saint Youth from the Huston, TX area operated a 5K run to kick off a shoe drive for those less fortunate in Haiti. They were able to collect 3,000 pairs of new shoes from this event.

Victim of Ethnic Cleansing in Burma Serves a  Mission

This is the story of Sister Nyae Soe from Burma. Read her remarkable journey here.

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