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Quick tips from Elder Uchtdorf, Sister Cordon on how parents can best support their full-time missionaries Elder Uchtdorf of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and Sister Cordon, Young Women general president, talk about how parents can support their full-time missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Missionaries serving in the China Hong Kong Mission. The photo was taken from Victoria Peak, showing Hong Kong in the background. Back row from left: Elder Kho, Elder Mikesell, Elder Little, Elder Tong; in front:  Sister Law and Sister Garlitz.
Church releases new series of videos called 'The SafetyZone' to emphasize missionary safety Watch the first episode of a 12-part series of videos produced by the Church that promote missionary safety.
The "SafetyZone" studio logo for the Church's new series of missionary safety videos, which was released March 1, 2019.
Boyd Matheson: While calling home, missionaries should still write the 'things of the soul' The availability of weekly communication through various technologies should be applied specifically to strengthen missionaries, bind families and increase faith through united purpose.
Missionaries watch President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints prior to a missionary meeting in Montevideo, Uraguay on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018. The First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Friday, Feb. 15, that missionaries worldwide are now authorized to communicate with their families each week on preparation day by text messages, online messaging, phone calls and video chats, in addition to letters and emails.
'Like Christmas and Mother's Day': 17 of the best reactions from families about staying in touch with their missionaries Here are some reactions from readers after speaking to their missionaries on preparation day this week.
Sister Sarah Emmett of the Layton Utah Mission visits with her parents, Marie and Chad Emmett, during video chat on Monday, Feb. 18. The First Presidency announced Friday, Feb. 15, that missionaries worldwide are authorized to communicate with their families each week on preparation day by text messages, online messaging, phone calls and video chats, in addition to letters and emails.
What is it like learning a language for a mission? Here are 29 experiences that detail the process Language training for missionaries has varied from when early missionaries spent time learning in-country to the more structured programs offered by the Language Training Mission and the current Missionary Training Centers worldwide.
"Missionaries spend many classroom hours each day learning foreign language and missionary discussions, practicing teaching skills, studying scriptures, and developing deeper understanding of gospel doctrines and principles." — This is the caption information found on the frame plaque accompany this photo, one nearly dozen historical photos showing the development of the Language Training Mission and Missionary Training Center facilities in Provo since the 1960s.
Latter-day Saint missionaries can now call, text home weekly, First Presidency announces The First Presidency has announced that full-time missionaries can now call or text home on a weekly basis.
The First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Friday, Feb. 15, that missionaries worldwide are now authorized to communicate with their families each week on preparation day by text messages, online messaging, phone calls and video chats, in addition to letters and emails.
Latter-day Saint sister missionaries can now wear dress pants The First Presidency has updated the missionary dress and grooming guidelines for sister missionaries worldwide.
Sister missionaries smile after meeting with President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Lima, Peru on Oct. 20, 2018.