Twelve Tips from an RM about Preparing for an LDS Mission
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In every mission call, as a promise to missionaries from the Lord, it reads,. Greater blessings and more happiness than you have yet experienced await you as you humbly and prayerfully serve the Lord in this labor of love among His children. Missionaries are promised some seriously powerful blessings.
I know it. I know that we are never truly alone. The Lord qualifies whom He calls. Often the simplest testimonies are filled with the most power. If he should command me that I should say unto this water, be thou earth, it should be earth; and if I should say it, it would be done. Share this: Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window.
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Especially for Latter-day Saint Missionaries: How to Transition to Post-Mission Life
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You spent two years magnifying it. When you take that tag off, your mission will officially come to an end. If you are struggling to overcome depression, here are 7 powerful weapons to battle depression. Your missionary experience deserves better. YOU deserve better. Click here to contact them. On your mission, you learned discipline, planning and time management, making your bed every day, writing in your journal, personal scripture study, personal prayer. Keep all of those up the rest of your life. Here are 3 mission habits you definitely want to hold on to.
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There are still thousands of people that will cross your path that have never heard the message of the restored gospel. Here are 6 ways to rethink member missionary work. You can do a lot of things now you temporarily gave up to serve a mission — video games, swimming and other water sports, skiing, dancing, popular music, hunting, fishing, fireworks — the list is enormous.
People change over time. Your family is different.
YOU are different. Look for ways to build new bridges with your parents, grandparents, siblings and friends. Life is short. You will have a heightened awareness of where the Spirit it…and where it is not. One of the most common mistakes that missionaries make is giving in to the temptation of Internet pornography. With smart phones, laptops, iPads, etc. You are sensitive and vulnerable right now. Curiosity leads to activity which leads to addiction.
It would be such a tragedy to lose the power of the temple in your life because of a few minutes of hormone-driven bad judgement. Here is a great resource for overcoming pornography addiction. This is THE most important decision you will make the rest of your life. The advice used to be that a RM should be married within six months of coming home. A lot of people rushed into marriage without fully knowing who they were marrying or what it is they were getting into.
Trust it and no one else to tell you first when and then who to marry.
You will know without a shadow of a doubt when you have found the right one. If you are one of those who have been home from the mission for a while and are unmarried, take hope, you are not alone, and you are a good person.
Remember this quote from Elder Marvin J. I have yet to see marriage, by itself, turn an unhappy person into a happy person. A really happy married person is almost always one who was or could have been happy as a single person…While we are striving for quality conduct in our lives, we must ever realize that being single will never be as painful as being married to the wrong person.
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Avoid getting married just to be married 1. As a missionary, you were an ambassador of Jesus Christ. You forced yourself to be a little more polite, a little more friendly, a little more cheerful and a little more kind. Always look for ways to love and serve the people you encounter every day. You were given talents and skills when you came to earth. It may be that what you wanted to do with your life before your mission is not what you want to do now. Figure out what you love to do most — what truly makes you happy — and then figure out what careers will enable you to do that.
Reach out to LOTS of people for advice. Build your network of useful contacts. The people who got to know you will be willing to go out of their way to help you. I am grateful for the inspirations.