Along with majestic temples, nothing is more iconic of Mormonism than black-tagged missionaries. Missionary work has from the beginning played a vital role in the life of Mormonism. This lesson will discuss
- The early history of missionary work in the Church, including the historical background of the assigned sections
- Stories of tremendous sacrifice by early leaders to preach the gospel
- A discussion of current approaches to missionary work including the recent change in missionary age
- Exploration of the intersection of theology and preaching the gospel
- Reflections on how we can share gospel principles most effectively
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Additional Teacher Reading: D&C 100:4, D&C 60:13; 38:41, 42:6, 14, D&C 100:7–8, Alma 38:10–12, D&C 30:11; D&C 30:5; D&C 60:2; D&C 19:38; 84:60–61, 109:55–57, 84:85; 100:5–6, 84:88, D&C 71:9–10, D&C 84:80, D&C 100:7–8, D&C 6,
Benefit from the unique perspectives of Libby and Nathan who join the class.
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Thanks to James Estrada of Oak Street Audio for his excellent work post production. Nathan Jones did a great job editing the discussion portion.
Resources: See Lesson Notes