Sunday, April 7, 2013

Heeding Our Prophet

Our new record breaking number 
to arrive in the Korea Daejeon Mission
Welcome to our new 20 missionaries.
incoming names only 
Front: Sister Mussleman, Sister Noh
2nd: Sister Lee, Sister Choi , Sister Choi 
3rd: Elder Jung, Sister King and Sister Lee, 
4th: Elder Hollingsworth, Elder Kim, Elder Osguthorpe, 
5th:Elder Lim, Elder Holt, Elder Lion
Back; Elder Oman, Elder Tolman, Elder Driggs,
 Elder Hughes,  Elder Cowles, Elder Evans
I am pleased to announce that effective immediately all worthy and able young men who have graduated from high school or its equivalent, regardless of where they live, will have the option of being recommended for missionary service beginning at the age of 18, instead of age 19. As we have prayerfully pondered the age at which young men may begin their missionary service, we have also given consideration to the age at which a young woman might serve. Today I am pleased to announce that able, worthy young women who have the desire to serve may be recommended for missionary service beginning at age 19, instead of age 21. Pres. Thomas S. Monson October Conference 2012

Fun Pictures


Left to Right Sister Hurt, Sister Furner, Elder Lee, Elder Yang />
Disciples, like diamonds, are developed in a process of time and heavy pressures, and both the disciple and the diamond reflect and magnify the light that comes through them. Neal A Maxwell