Threefold Mission of the Church
What is the mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons)? Learn about the Church's threefold mission.
What is an LDS Mission?
Serving an LDS mission usually means dedicating a specific amount of time to the preaching of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Find out more about the why, who, how, and where of LDS missions.
Life as an LDS Missionary
What do LDS missionaries do? Learn about the daily life of an LDS missionary including what they teach, who they work under, and what they invite others to do.
Have LDS Missionaries Contact You
To receive a visit from LDS missionaries you can fill in this form or call 1-800-645-4949.
What to Expect at the Missionary Training Center
The Missionary Training Center (MTC) is where new LDS missionaries are sent for training. What goes on at the MTC? What do missionaries learn there before they leave for their LDS mission?
LDS Mission Tool: How to Know the Truth
A testimony is when you know something is true, but how do you receive one? Follow each of these important steps to know if something is true. Share this article with those on a LDS mission or with those you are sharing the gospel with.
LDS Mission Tool: Sharing the Gospel
A list of ideas to help you serve your own LDS mission by sharing the gospel with friends and family. These great suggestions are divided into the following categories: Pray/Prepare, Be an Example, Items to Give, Activities and Invite.
Mormon Church Doctrine: Basic Beliefs Taught by Missionaries
Here are some of the basic Mormon Church Doctrines that are taught by LDS Missionaries.
Mormons and Tattoos Don't Mix!
Describes beliefs about tattoos from scriptures and church leaders.
Poll: Have you served an LDS Mission?
If you're a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have you served a mission? Share your experiences with us in the comments or in the LDS community forum.
Missionary Service: LDS Church Official Website
The Church encourages missionary service for anyone who would like to serve. For young men it is a responsibility. For young women, it is an opportunities. It is also an opportunity for older couples and single sisters. Find more information on this official church website.
Official Church Site of the MTC
The Missionary Training Center (MTC) features information for future missionaries, their parents, preparation, volunteers, prospective employees and more. This is the place to visit if you or someone you know is planning on serving a LDS mission.
LDSTech for Normal Intelligent People
Explains the stand-alone website LDSTech created so members can find answers to digital issues and contribute volunteer technological assistance.
LDS Mission: Dear Elder.com
A service to send letters, cards, and care packages to those in LDS missions, both in the MTC or out in the field.
LDS Mission Network
The most comprehensive index of LDS missionary alumni web sites since 1996.
LDS Mission Resource: Cumorah Project
This international site focuses on detailed articles to improve the effectiveness of the work done in LDS missions including member missionaries.
2013: Momentous Developments for 2014
There have been numerous developments in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 2013, this list ranks them in order of their significance to 2014 and beyond.
Beyond Kindergarten: Right and Wrong
Embracing moral absolutes means you accept truth the way it was, is and the way it will be in the future. Moral relativism means you think truth can change.