Missionary Work

Having learned Spanish as a young full-time missionary serving in Argentina, the Apostle expressed his testimony in Spanish in this Church News video.

The new MTC in Kinshasa will open in August 2024 and will serve missionaries speaking or learning French.

Young Women General President Emily Belle Freeman gave five invitations to missionaries at the Provo MTC for how to study the scriptures.

Full-time missionaries serving in the archipelago located east of Australia have been reassigned to other Pacific countries.

In this Church News video titled “Wonderful Association,” Elder D. Todd Christofferson speaks of the late Elder Richard G. Scott, who was his mission president in Argentina in the mid-1960s and his fellow Apostle 40 years later.

Elder Quentin L. Cook teaches hundreds of missionaries from four missions during recent 10-day ministry of the Pacific Area.

Elder Paul Hardin of San Antonio, Texas, died Monday night, May 20, from injuries sustained in a weekend accident that earlier claimed the life of his wife, Sister Mary Hardin.

A senior sister missionary from Texas serving in the California Fresno Mission died Saturday in a car accident in Fresno County, California.

The New York Times recently spoke with Latter-day Saint missionaries about how proselytizing has changed for their generation.

“The success of our missionaries, like the army of Helaman spoken of in the Book of Mormon, is the result of wonderful, covenant-keeping parents, leaders and mentors,” Elder Brent H. Nielson of the Presidency of the Seventy said during BYU Women’s Conference.

The first counselor in the Young Women general presidency asked Provo MTC missionaries to consider: "Do I really believe that another person’s soul is as precious as my own?"

A summary of recent instruction and encouragement offered to the Lord’s missionary battalion.

The three Pritchard sisters are serving as service missionaries at the same time in Preston, England.

Claus Andersen served as Norway’s first service missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ.

"We all can find joy in our tribulation, in the overwhelming, in the scary, when we center our lives on Jesus Christ," said Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson.

The Church Historian's Press announced the digital publication of the journals of Eliza Chipman and Josephine Booth, two of the first young women to serve as full-time missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

These new mission presidents and companions have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in July.

Young Men General President Steven J. Lund taught missionaries about the growth of testimonies at the Provo Missionary Training Center.

The new calling — to help facilitate the work of service mission leaders throughout the Pacific Area — is being filled by some familiar faces.

The following new mission presidents and companions have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in July.