20 thoughts on “Day in the Life of a Missionary in the UK

  1. Squillysmum Post author

    Great video. And a fantastic link to put on my facebook page which can show people what our daughter is doing at the moment. This explains it so much bertter than any of us can with words alone. thanks for posting…. and thanks to those faithful missionaries and the families who brought them up to be the people they are today.

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  2. jbrabec22 Post author

    please get rid of that opening logo-animation! makes me ill !

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  3. Leticia Na Bita Post author

    I have a great friend that is serving in London for 2 months now =)

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  4. Vinícius Menezes Post author

    O nome dele é paulo berenguer?

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  5. Taraalcar Post author

    Whew, I wouldn't last 2 minutes as a mormon missionary.

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  6. Hannah Manalang Post author

    I watching this and I saw Sister Galang. I was like, 'Omg, I know her, she's in my stake!"
    Awesome. 🙂

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  7. Hannah Manalang Post author

    I watching this and I saw Sister Galang. I was like, 'Omg, I know her, she's in my stake!"
    Awesome. 🙂

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  8. soldier Post author

    This is a manmade religion, real god doesnt need people working to convert others… they just do once theyre ready naturally, however nobody naturally wants to be a mormon

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  9. Jessica Trump Post author

    filipinna sister speak like the donald duck, wondering uk ppl could get what she is speaking!

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  10. Jessica Trump Post author

    filipinna girl is treating her marriage like a business trade!
    this filipinna sister is so fakening!

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  11. Jessica Trump Post author

    the guys missionary can feel how real he is, the nz guy

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  12. Jessica Trump Post author

    its scary to learn filipinno english accent, so horrible, worst pronunciation I have ever been heard of!

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  13. troycezar93 Post author

    Do mormons only preach the gospel? What about praying for them? Is praying for people a part of the evangelizing?

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  14. Glenn Partridge Post author

    Since joining the church in 1970, my various assignments have allowed me to serve with over 1,000 of these young missionaries.  Thanks to social media, I have been able to follow many of them as they continued on their life journey after their Missions.  I have watched them apply their Mission learned reliance on the Holy Ghost as they have faced the important decisions of career path, employment, marriage and family.  When it comes to preparing for the challenges of life, nothing compares to the experience of serving and LDS Mission.

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  15. Winston Grettum Post author

    I went to the MormonChurch for 3 months. Everyday spending a couple of hours a day associating and searching out the deepest teachings of the Church. They full faced lied to me and they knew they were lying.

    I like the story about Alberta had a large number of Mormons but is rat free, Saskatchewan is loaded with rats but relatively low in Mirmons.

    They did a study and realized Alberta got second choice.

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