Fellowshipping in the Online World
Sister Henderson explains what she does as a content lead for social media and shares how she came to embrace online missionary work.
Sharing uplifting content and responding to the needs of people help Elder Mitchell to keep his focus on his missionary purpose.
By creating an official YouTube channel and an accompanying landing page, Elder Jolley and Reynolds of the Poland Warsaw Mission are more effectively using the various social media sites together as part of their online toolkit.
Sisters Honn and Oldham of the Poland Warsaw Mission share some of their choice experiences in working with the Rising Generation to successfully bring souls unto Christ.
With their creative online approach, these missionaries have found ways to effectively minister to the one.
By using both the Area Book Planner and Facebook, they have helped to reactivate people who have been away from the Church for extended periods of time
Sister Gilbert of the Sweden Stockholm Mission explains how she and her companion are using Facebook Marketplace to realize President Benson’s vision for mass distributing the Book of Mormon.
Talented missionaries from the Germany Berlin Mission recently created a video to demonstrate how people have been found on social media and ultimately brought closer to Jesus Christ.
Elder and Sister Favreau explain how despite the ongoing pandemic and the sudden disruption it brought to their service, they witnessed the Lord’s hand in their efforts to strengthen the Rising Generation.
Missionaries explain that prior to the pandemic they could only be in one place at a time, but thanks to their work on social media, their ability to reach a larger population has been expanded.
Sharing the Book of Mormon requires, courage, sincere love and faith but it doesn't require a physical copy. Now you can share the Book of Mormon app with family and friends easily.
Elders Giacolone and Zollinger have been inspired to create an online missionary newsletter. It turned out as a great blessing for local members.