Meet Mormon Missionaries
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Members ofChurch believe that Jesus Christ has commanded them to take the Gospel to every creature, to every nation, tongue and people.
To do this, the Mormon Church has the largest missionary force of any church. Nearly 55,000 at given moment are preaching the message of the Gospel as restored through living prophets like Joseph Smith.
Many people have misunderstandings or misconceptions about Mormon missionaries and what they teach. This site discusses what Mormon missionaries do as they seek to teach others about their beliefs and what those beliefs are.
What will they do when they visit me?
Some people find it scary or strange to have two young men or women come into their home and begin talking about religion with their family. For many people, religion is a very personal matter and talking about it with strangers is a new experience. Most Mormon Missionaries know this and will try to make you feel comfortable. You should feel free to express your feelings and beliefs with the missionaries. Mormons believe that it is important to openly and honestly share thoughts and questions about religious beliefs, so that we can understand one another and learn better. (Read more)
What will they teach?
When the Mormon Missionaries come into your home, they will want to teach you about their beliefs and invite you to learn more about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. They will eventually invite you attend Mormon Church services with them and be baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We invite you to listen to the missionaries as they teach their lessons about God, Jesus Christ, prophets, and the plan of salvation. (Read more)
Eighteen LDS missionaries from the San Antonio Texas Mission sing the National Anthem before the Spurs/Jazz game on April 9th, 2011: