Where Has My Mission Gone?

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I?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢ve been home from my mission for over ten years. I have never been back to Utah since I returned home. I have kept in contact with only one person I taught, and the contact has totalled two emails.

I often wonder how the people I taught are doing. The youngest I taught would be in their twenties now. I wonder how many of the children and youth served missions. I wonder how many still go to church. I wonder what callings the ones who stayed with the Church have held. I wonder if they are all still alive. I wonder if any have married in the temple or are raising children in the gospel.

4 thoughts on “Where Has My Mission Gone?

  1. I have luckily been able to stay in pretty good contact with the members and some of the people I taught in East Germany (some of whom were baptized, others who never did get baptized). It has been very fulfilling. I highly recommend reestablishing contact. Ten years seems long, but I bet it’s not to late to send a few letters.

  2. If you can, find them and make contact. I’ve been able to stay in contact with 4 “baptisms” from my mission in England. I’ve been blessed to have visited them 3 times since my mission. It is a testimoney builder for me to see their strength and faithfulness.

    It is also great to see ripples from those originals. It reminds me of the proverb about not being able to count the number of apples in a seed.

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