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.
We encourage you to share news of this wonderful technology with local members and non-member friends alike
Elders Giacolone and Zollinger have been inspired to create an online missionary newsletter. It turned out as a great blessing for local members.
Elders Mengolli, Prince, and Hughes of the France Lyon Mission explain how they were able to reconnect with a former investigator, who was still waiting for his chance to be baptized. Imagine his joy when he was finally able to make this sacred covenant with Christ.
Sisters missionaries serving in the Adriatic North Mission provide unique insight into their daily lives and missionary efforts in an Instagram 'take over'.
A family of four lost contact with the Church during the pandemic. Two sister missionaries prayerfully search their area book and get back in touch with them. The whole family desires to be baptized.
Elders find two people through Facebook who get taught and baptized. They receive a witness of God preparing a way for His work to be done if we do what He asks.
Elders in Spain find the importance of not just sending a friend's request but also becoming and staying people's friends. They share their experience with a friend that got baptized.
Elders in Sweden step up their game of online finding by becoming creative in catching people's attention for the Book of Mormon.