Missionary Beat: December 3, 2013

Around the web today for stories of interest to future missionaries, missionary moms, returned missionaries, member missionaries, and missionaries of every sort and variety.

  • The Cumorah Foundation “November Newsletter”– This month’s newsletter, which highlights progress in missionary work worldwide, highlights the dedication of Gabon, a West Central African country for missionary work. “The Church . . . organized the first official branch in Libreville in December 2012, assigned the first senior missionary couple sometime in early 2013, and received full government recognition in October 2013.”

  • “Christmas Mission” Celebrate Christmas and missionary work in this short film starring Corbin Allred from Saints and Soldiers. The film is now available on YouTube.
  • LDS.net “Need Help Finding Former Missionary” – A currently serving full-time missionary could use your help. He is looking for the missionaries who originally taught a man in the Sao Paulo Brazil mission, who is now getting baptized. Click the link for more details.

  • Mark Albright “Baptisms in Mongolia”– How can missionaries teach the gospel in a language without even a translation of The Book of Mormon? Find out how one missionary did in this inspiring story. “Our entire family was converted by reading just a single verse of scripture from the Book of Mormon that the missionaries were able to translate for us onto a piece of scrap paper.”
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