As you consider what types of MUSIC you can send your missionary, may I offer the guidelines from the White Missionary Handbook (p 25-6):
“Listen only to music that is consistent with the sacred spirit of your calling. Music should invite the Spirit, help you focus on the work, and direct your thoughts and feelings to the Savior. Do not listen to music that pulls your thoughts away from your work, merely entertains, has romantic lyrics or overtones, or dulls your spiritual sensitivity by its tempo, beat, loudness, lyrics, or intensity. Listening to music must never interfere with your personal preparation or proselyting.”
Thanks, family and friends of our missionaries!
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Elders Larsen, Frampton, Fuentes, Barbakov and Larsen and Sister Huntsman completed their missions on 11-16-15 and returned home. In addition, there are several mid-transfers who attended our final dinner at the mission home last Sunday, Nov 15 – including Sisters Cutler, Robles, and Day; and Elders Heimuli, Featherstone, and Fallon. The Williams Family – Elder & Sister Williams, and their daughter Kim Williams, finished their mission on Nov 20. Our senior couple, Elder & Sister Fisher, will also be completing their mission on Dec 20.
We warmly welcomed Elders Joab, Lundberg, Young, and Smith; and Sisters Stokes & Arnett last Monday, Nov 16. In addition, Sister Makavei recently arrived from Temple Square to serve here for three months; and Elder Lenning arrived mid-transfer and will serve in the Marshalese work.
We combined the incoming missionary dinner this time with the SE Zone; so you’ll see quite the collection of photos in this group!
Enjoy the “inside view” of lunch time at zone conference. Click on the slide show below!