- Pouch Mail System
- The Worth of Soles – Shoe and Foot Care 101
- Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamshirt – Laundry Tips and Tricks
- Guest Post Opportunities
- My First Day in the Mission Field
- Funny Moments from General Conf. – Oct. 2013
- Mission Prep from General Conference Oct 2013
- How Joseph Smith Translated the Book of Mormon
- Picking Up Missionaries
- Being in the Right Place at the Right Time
Tag Line for Future Site Redesign
When I launched this Web site back in March of this year, it was a bit of an experiment. I felt inspired to start the site, and, upon doing some research, there seemed to be a need...
- Posted July 27, 2009
Mission presidents are called to watch over and lead a mission (a specific region and its missionaries), generally, for the space of three years. They are responsible for the spiritual and physical well-being of the missionaries in...
- Posted July 23, 2009
Mormon missionaries always work in companionships of two (occasionally three). The reasons for this are for spiritual and physical protection, but most importantly, because it is a mandate from the Lord. Why Missionaries Travel in Pairs The...
- Posted July 16, 2009
Missionary Name Tag
The Mormon missionary name tag or badge is one of the most recognizable visual features our missionaries carry. On the one hand, it is simply a name tag, while on the other hand, it is symbolic of...
- Posted July 12, 2009
Prayer and Testimony
The following is a story about promptings from the spirit, prayer, and testimony in missionary work that I received today from my brother, Elder John Smith, who is serving in the Canada Montreal Mission. “When I first...
- Posted July 6, 2009
Saving for a Mission
The blessings of missionary work are infinite and eternal, though there are costs and sacrifices that must be made. As you saw in my last post, LDS Mission Cost, one of those sacrifices is the need for...
- Posted July 1, 2009