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Tie? What tie? Latter-day Saint missionaries in some areas will now be allowed to forgo white shirts and even ties.
A simple dropoff will do just fine, thanks.
Missionary Training Centers in some areas will go virtual. Others will restrict entry.
COVID-19, or coronavirus, is causing the Church to shut down missionary work and regular worship across most of Asia.
The Handbook governs how missionaries behave among fellow missionaries, their families, and the public.
This is not the first time Latter-day Saint missionaries have been pulled from Bolivia.
Latter-day Saints will now have greater freedom to worship under a new certificate granted by the Vietnamese government.
A prevalent and long-standing practice is at its end, as the apostle urges missionaries to be more spiritually minded.
In the first hike since 2003, full-time missionaries from select countries will now be asked to pay a little more.
Keeping Latter-day Sait missionaries safe is vital, but does this new mock sportscast do it effectively?
When your family barely understood your new religion, the idea of leaving on a mission and having minimal contact with home was unneverving. Not anymore.
You thought you were tough for only talking to your family twice a year? Now, Latter-day Saint missionaries can chat with home once per week, if they want.
Do you hope they’ll call you on a mission? The Church is making the process of getting there just a bit easier.
Updating a policy from 2016, female Latter-day Saint missionaries across all 407 missions will have the choice to wear pants when working.
You won’t have to proselytize or even leave home now to wear those beloved nametags.
How opening my mouth at work led me to have one of the most interesting spiritual experiences I’ve ever had, and with a non-Latter-day Saint congregation.
Every now and then, Latter-day Saints engage in some good old fashioned lexicon purging.
When full-time missionaries are placed on a podium and admired as heroes, we can unwittingly hurt those that opted not to serve.
Put away your letter opener and get those thumbs ready. Mission calls have gone digital.
With no end to political unrest in sight, the Church has moved to protect its missionaries in Nicaragua from rising waves of civil unrest.
Thanks to political unrest in a country quickly losing its grasp on democracy, Mormon volunteers will temporarily leave Turkey to return at a later date.
No reason was given for the closures, but they represent another in a series of building closures due to resource allocation.
The World Series winner will be sent to Texas to oversee missionary efforts.
With a net loss of 14 missions, the work continues to expand in Africa and Latin America, while it slows in the United States and Europe.
What if US President Donald Trump went to serve a Mormon mission? This is the unholy question put forth in a new parody video.
Kaydin Alabbas told his parents he wasn’t going to the MTC. Their response was to abandon him in the desert. And this is being treated as a good thing.
High-tread carpet and classrooms are not quite as cool as a temple open house, but still worth checking out.
Due to restrictions on missionary activity in Russia, two eastern missions will combine to form a mission larger than the United States.
The first four months of 2017 say the smallest number of organizations of new LDS congregations in years. But that’s not the whole story.
With the announcement of Lima, Peru’s second LDS temple, we may see urban areas around the world getting multiple temples, signifying a new era of temples.