“The Book of Mormon” musical made a stop in Birmingham, Alabama, last week, and missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the area once again took to the streets to share the real book with people leaving the show.
The musical comedy ran for six days at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex and Alabama.com reports that after each show, at least four missionaries would stand outside to pass out copies of The Book of Mormon. In total, the group placed over 2,400 copies.
People coming out of the musical were accepting them gladly as if they were souvenirs after having experienced the satirical and very sacrilegious musical.
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