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  • ==A Pearl in the Orient — Penang, Malaysia== ...te. This island paradise is known as “The Pearl of the Orient.” Back in the 1700’s its strategic location at the top of the Straits of Malacca ma
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  • ...ng a foreign language) to nine weeks in training before departing to serve in one of the Church’s 421 [[Mission|missions]] (number of missions as of De Mormon missionaries generally arrive at an MTC with a basic, foundational knowledge of religion
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  • [[Image:Holland_Africa.jpg|right|frame|alt=Mormon Apostle Elder Holland in Africa|Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, left, Elder Paul Koelliker, center, greet ...t the two nations. Elder Holland's Africa trip took him to seven countries in all, with the other stops on his itinerary being Ethiopia, Democratic Repub
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  • ...]] from 1899 until his own death. His tenure was interrupted for one week in 1901 when [[Joseph F. Smith]] was the president of the Quorum. ...Brother Young served as a guard and scout in the following years operating in [[Salt Lake Valley]] and the surrounding canyons.<ref name = Jenson/>
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  • ...l fastest growing church] in the world, though that applies only to growth in terms of internal percentage, not sheer numerical growth. Nevertheless, t ...sionary since 1830 and opened up the work in Armenia and Ukraine. Mormons in Tonga celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Church there.
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  • ...s. The history of so broad a movement cannot be adequately condensed, but in the pages that follow is an outline of Mormon history from 1820 to contempo ...[the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]]. [[Mormon missionaries|Missionaries]] go out and convert many. Persecution follows the Church.
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  • ...Tuttle''' and [[Andrew Propst]] while serving as full-time missionaries in Russia. Both were twenty years old at the time. ...s://www.deseretnews.com/article/865560833/Mormon-missionaries-kidnapped-in-Russia-15-years-ago-reunite-to-tell-faith-filled-story.html]
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  • ...and [[Travis Tuttle]] while they were serving as full-time missionaries in Russia. Both were twenty years old at the time. ...s://www.deseretnews.com/article/865560833/Mormon-missionaries-kidnapped-in-Russia-15-years-ago-reunite-to-tell-faith-filled-story.html]
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  • ...ed and modified. We sincerely hope the following articles will be helpful in learning about the Church. [[Life in Mortality]]&nbsp;·
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  • ...hey love their country and many devote several years of their life serving in the different branches of the Armed Forces protecting and preserving that w ...to clean off Civil War-era headstones at The Union Burial Society Cemetery in Frankfort, Illinois.
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  • ...ork in bringing the Church out of debt. He was also known for his [[Mormon missionaries|missionary work]] and his profound intelligence. [[Image:Lorenzo_Snow.jpg|f ...s parents were leaders in the community. Snow's father was involved enough in community affairs that the business of the farm was often left to Lorenzo.
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  • ..., as did Jacob (Israel). Moses had a management problem, until his father-in-law, Jethro, suggested a method to relieve Moses of his most exhausting dut ...rmons are essentially like the Israelites. They are expecting a gathering in the Lord’s own due time.
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  • ...[Spencer W. Kimball]], then President of the Church, said at a conference in Tokyo: ...d. We, therefore, propose to you assembled here that we establish a temple in Tokyo, Japan, for all of Asia.<ref>Spencer W. Kimball, “We Propose That W
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  • ...eturned to Gavle in 1850 and baptized his brother Peter, the first convert in all of Scandinavia, and his sister Ericka. Word reached the government auth ...members were encouraged by Church leaders to stay and build up the Church in their home countries.
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  • ...horities who have visited Turkey. Paul is only the second German to serve in the second quorum of the seventy, the first having been [[Dieter F. Uchtdor ...ily were members of the LDS Church. His father had joined the Church back in 1923.
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  • ...e had been president of the church's Europe East Area, centered in Moscow, Russia, since August 2014. ...Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty as a foreign policy specialist and resided in Munich. While there, he served as president of the Munich Servicemen's Bran
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  • ...lor, ward [[Young Men]] president, and full-time [[Missionary|missionary]] in the France Paris and France Toulouse Missions. ...ster’s degree in orthodontics from Loma Linda University. His career was in dentistry and orthodontics.
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