All I Ever Needed to Know I Learned on My Mission

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Cedar Fort, 2001 - Religion - 94 pages
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The book insightfully touches upon the actual day-to-day experiences that confront missionaries during their labors. the book's amusing anecdotes skillfully demonstrate the principles being taught. Every chapter is loaded with details every missionary will appreciate and implement. Many future missionaries have been told in general terms what to expect in the mission field, but they have rarely been able to comprehend the day-to-day rigors they will face-until now. at last comes a book that moves beyond the usual missionary advice to actual experiences of what awaits them in the mission field. By using amusing and revealing anecdotes, Jeff Skousen has crafted an entertaining guide that tackles various subjects such as dealing with anti-Mormon literature, handling Protestant ministers, and helping investigators through times of tragedy or doubt. In the same mode as All I Ever Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, every chapter is loaded with insights that will touch both the heart and mind of those preparing to serve a mission-and those who already have.

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