Sisters in Germany find ways to fill their days with several productive online activities.
Sister missionary shares how quarantine helped to be more in touch with members. She learned that ministering means listening and testifies that the Spirit does work over technology.
Sisters in Poland develop strong testimonies of working over technology and finding prepared people on Facebook.
Sisters in Spain are calling a friend they are teaching to help him quit smoking and he manages to do so.
Sisters in Sweden add inactive members on Facebook and start texting them. They have success with people they weren't really able to connect to before.
Sisters in France find people to teach and keep preparing people they're teaching for baptism through technology.
Elders in Italy start online study groups and host social activities over Zoom to serve members and connect with them.
Elders in Ireland find several people to teach through their posts and groups and someone who wasn't interested before is now being taught as well.
Elders in Brussels experience how technology helps them to stay connected to and continue to teach those they've met.
Elders in Sweden offer to help with Family History on Facebook and with the help of the members teach people more about it through Zoom.
Sisters in North Carolina share an app that helps missionaries to learn certain missionary skills that they don't learn in the MTC.