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In Jacksonville, Alabama, missionaries are serving the Lord and the residents there. The article focuses on two sister missionaries and talks about their routine as missionaries.
Athletes at BYU talk about how important serving, or not serving, missions is to them.
A woman who began calling herself a “Normon” is proving that “Mormons” aren’t as weird as others may seem they are.
Helping Hands, a group of Latter-day Saint service workers came out to support California schools in the Santa Clarita area.
A columnist at the Salt Lake Tribune shares a personal experience of attending a church of a different faith in Utah and hearing what people not current members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are saying about the “Mormon” church.
New York welcomed 416 LDS immigrants to America along with 22 missionaries who served overseas. They state that they converted many in England, but found the Irish were not receptive of the teachings at the time.
Elder Davis and Elder Christensen serving in Odessa, Texas are getting some attention from the locals.
Michalla Call, found herself wanting to serve a mission but those plans were changed when she found that she had cancer for the second time. See what her family and members of the church are helping to combat her disease.