Odds are, there are members and missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in your country, and maybe even in your town or city. More Images Who are Mormon missionaries?
Latter-day Saint missionaries are unpaid, full-time volunteers who have chosen to be servants of Jesus Christ. Most missionaries are single, young men and women between the ages of 18 and Sometimes, retired married couples also choose to serve missions. Latter-day Saint missionaries work in groups of at least two.
These groups are called companionships. Missionary companionships live together and work together—and missionary work is hard work! The schedules of Wiht Saint missionaries vary depending on the culture of the country where they are serving.
However, missionaries do missionarkes same types of things, even though they may do them at different times of the day. They spend the rest of their day doing the most important part of their work as missionaries: teaching people about Jesus Christ and His gospel, and serving others.
Why do missionaries do what they do? Latter-day Saint missionaries serve because they love God and their fellow men. They sincerely believe that God loves His children and wants them to learn about Him.
They want to help people find meaning, purpose, and direction for their lives. To find out more about Mormonism or how to meet with Mossionaries Saint missionaries in your area, visit mormon.