Each week, the letters start coming in on Sunday night. First from Sister Chelsea Dunn who is serving in the Philippines Cauayan Mission. Several hours later on Monday, Sister Holli Dunn who serves in the California Arcadia Mission, Sister Lindsay Dunn who serves in the Arizona Tucson Mission, and Elder Taylor Dunn, a Spanish-speaking missionary in the Florida Ft. Lauderdale Mission, follow suit.
“Monday is the greatest day of the week,” said Chris Dunn. “You definitely get a unique perspective on a lot of different places. It’s interesting because they all just really love and appreciate the people wherever they are. They love that part of their mission.”
Ever since the announcement of the missionary age change for men from 19 to 18 and women from 21 to 19, many families have had multiple children serving missions at the same time. David and Chris Dunn of the Eagle 2nd Ward, Eagle Idaho Stake, not only have four children serving at the same time, but these children are quadruplets.
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