A few stakes of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Utah County are hosting a Christmas campaign in which they need the help of all returned missionaries, young and old.
The campaign, My Mission Christmas, is a mission reunion of sorts, where all who have served are invited to take part. Robert Walz, head of the committee that developed the campaign, explained that participants are asked to share a Christmas memory from their mission on social media, hopefully with a picture, and tag the post with #MyMissionChristmas.
With the goal of spreading the message of Christ’s birth through the campaign, Durfee explained that the hope is for returned missionaries to share a personal message from the time in their lives when every day was focused on teaching people about the Savior. He hopes that the message returned missionaries choose to share will help others see how the Latter-day Saint faith is different from so many others.
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