Category: Missionary

Who are the Mormon Missionaries?

Mormon missionaries are Jesus Christ’s representatives in these days, teaching how people may be saved both from physical and spiritual death. They also proclaim the pure love that God has for each of us.

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Sharing our Faith with Love for ALL of God’s People

In sharing our faith with others, the trap of unconsciously labeling other faiths and beliefs as incorrect is common. But we must remember that God doesn’t want us to put down anyone’s beliefs, only to take the good that they already have and add to it.

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For the Ramos couple and for us, darkness can never prevail for #HeisWithUs.
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Even though He lived a perfect life, Jesus Christ paid the price for all our sins. It was a sacrifice only He could make, and He did so willingly - for you, for all of us.
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Because Jesus Christ overcame death – both physical death and spiritual death – all of us have reason to rejoice!
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Early in the morning, Mary Magdalene, a friend and follower of Jesus, comes to the tomb to care for Jesus Christ's body. To her astonishment, she finds the tomb empty. But she is not alone. A man addresses her, a gardener, she supposes. But then He says her name, "Mary". And she sees. He is Jesus. The Christ lives.

Jesus Christ overcame death and was resurrected, and because He lives, all of us will live again. Because He lives, not just on the third day, but this day, every day, we can find Him.
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The night before, Jesus Christ's body had been placed in the tomb. The scriptures are mostly silent on the day after His crucifixion.

Likely, this was a day of deep reflection for His followers and their families. Likewise, you and your family are invited to take time to truly think about what Jesus Christ went through and why He was willing to do so.
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