Missionary Beat: November 12, 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.

  •  Mormon Newsroom “Typhoon Yolanda Update: All Missionaries Found Safe” Great news, the last few missionaries in the Philippines have been contacted, all are now safe and accounted for. The missionaries are now helping with disaster relief efforts.
  • Store.LDS.org “Missionary ASL Commandment Pamphlets”-The Preach My Gospel missionary pamphlets covering the commandments are now on sale as DVDs in American Sign Language! part of the ongoing effort to take the gospel to all people.

  • Stephen Carter “iPlates”-If you’re looking for ways to start preparing your 8 year olds for missions a new Kickstarter campaign may interest you. iPlates is “a graphic novel (a.k.a. a long comic book) guaranteed to enthrall your kids through many a Sunday afternoon. 128 pages of everything that makes the Book of Mormon awesome: action, intrigue, heroism, and inspiration.”

  • Modern Mormon Men “A Son Comes Home Early From His Mission-Yesterday we had the study out of UVU on missionaries who return home. This is the powerful perspective of one dad who faced that exact situation. “We’re sure he will understand and appreciate the power of the atonement in a way never felt in his young life”

  • New Era “Mission Life”-Last night the New Era shared on its Facebook page this interesting article about life in the day of a missionary. Here’s a hint, they spend a lot of time thinking about Jesus Christ. “The alarm clock’s steady, rhythmic buzz cuts through the quiet apartment. 6:30 again”

  • Jannalee Rosner “Preach My Gospel FHE Lesson 4”-LDS Living magazine has their newest missionary themed FHE lesson out this week. The lesson focuses on Chapter 6 of Preach My Gospel. “This FHE lesson will help your family develop Christ-like attributes that are essential for becoming member missionaries.”

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