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How to Prepare for Your Voice or Video Call
Below are some things that will help you be more prepared for your discussion with the missionaries. We want you to feel comfortable and ready for your call!
Think of a few questions you want to ask
How do I find comfort through prayer?
How do I overcome a bad habit?
How can reading the Bible help me?
How can I be happier?
How can I serve those around me?
How can I feel God in my life?
How will going to church help me?
How do I deal with hard things?
How do I receive answers to prayer?
What is the Book of Mormon?
Why do I need organized religion?
How can I have a relationship with Jesus Christ?
Read some scripture verses
Get to know what missionaries are like
Missionaries are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who leave their homes for 18 months—2 years to serve others and share the gospel. They come from all over the world, from all different backgrounds. They are either young adults or retired married couples. Below are some videos of missionaries to help you get to know what they might be like.
Meet the Missionaries
Who are the Latter-day Saint missionaries? They're runners, chefs, musicians, artists, students – or in other words – pretty normal people. They put their lives on hold for up to two years to share the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Meet Sister Cárdenas
“When I was 14, I started playing club soccer.”
Meet Sister Achal
"If I could, I would totally be a professional rugby player."
“I was 16 when I first became homeless.”
Meet Elder Reyes
“I looked through the peephole and it was missionaries. And I was like, man, I don’t want to open this door.”
Meet Elder Cronin
“I call it jug fishing. I don’t know what anyone else calls it.”
Meet Sisters Bruner and Neuhaus
"Whenever I thought about serving a mission, it caused great anxiety."
Meet Sister Falkena
“I will finish my degree back in Holland and become a teacher.”
Meet Elder Horne
“I loved basketball. I wasn’t too good at it, but I was good enough to get a nickname: Rebound Hound.”
Meet Elder Bukhari
“Being a Christian in Pakistan—it’s definitely rough.”
Meet Sister Kemp
"I'm all about Jesus."
Meet Sister Miller
“The first memory I have with missionaries is running away from them.”
Meet Sister Tang
"I never wanted to learn English."
Meet Elder Rodriguez
“Don’t matter where it’s from, Texas has got the best BBQ.”
Meet Sister Romano
"My favorite thing in the world is music."
Meet Sister Schweich
"My mom was super shocked that I loved dancing, because it was in front of a bunch of people."
Meet Elder Smith
“It’s just the best feeling ever to sprint down that line, having people on both sides cheering you.”
Meet Elder Vegamora
“When I came into my mission, I felt like an alien, like someone put me on another planet.”