Thursday, January 23, 2014

Missionary Work

Most of the time I write about specific instances and the work is really about daily and hourly missionary work. Work consists of : doing tours every day, attending missionary meetings, attending tabernacle programs at least twice a week, daily scripture study, missionary parties and planning missionary parties, preparing for missionary parties, missionary dinners, speaking in sacrament or other church meetings, taking sister missionaries out to dinner or having them come to your house for dinner, writing blogs or keeping journals, and doing our "side" job ours is to provide public relations for the tabernacle programs which consists of making a monthly poster, monthly programs of all the performances or firesides, send information to the paper the tv station and all the wards and distributing all this out to the businesses in our Southern Utah area. Darolyne does the lion share of this. It takes her at least 5 to 10 hours a week. Et Al. This week we have had several good instances, it is really slow at the sites but I had a chance to work for over an hour with a man from LA who said he was in the film business and wanted to get out because of the dark side involved in the industry. He said he was a Catholic but did not really feel a good spirit in his church. I taught him that the Gospel of Jesus Christ has been restored to be as it was when Christ was here on earth, with a Priesthood that has been restored by Peter James and John and a Prophet to guide this church by revelation, this is Christs' church and he is at the helm. He was quite taken and wanted to be taught by our missionaries. I referred him to our mission President. He was committed to read the Book of Mormon. Why don't people read that book and pray about it I suppose because of tradition, their lifestyle is just fine, "eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow we die" syndrome, if only.... This church is the only church on the face of the earth  that has the full truth that has the Priesthood that can bless families for all eternity.

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