Not a Black (name) Tag, but a Blog Tag

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I did not serve a full-time mission for my church.  At one point I was planning on it and even bought a bunch of cute clothes, and we all know that’s the most important part about being a missionary right? 🙂  Some days I so badly wish I had, while other days I feel more confident about my decision not to.  But it’s all good, cuz guess what?  I can use this blog to share what I believe!  It is not my primary purpose in writing and not every post deals with it, but it is a part of who I am, and I wish to share it with others who may be interested in learning ways that they can be happy and have a relationship with God.

Our church leaders recently announced a major change in some of the policies concerning how missionary work would go about.  The LDS Church always has the same purpose of bringing people to Christ, but now there is huge push to utilize technology and social media to be more efficient and user-friendly.  You no longer have to have 2 missionaries come into your home (although you can if you want to) to ask questions.  You can do it online here.  It doesn’t matter if your room is a mess.  You can even do it in your underwear!  Haha.  So maybe I didn’t have a black tag, but I have a “missionary work” blog tag.  Click on it if you want to learn more.  Don’t worry, we won’t dunk you (baptism!) right away 🙂

Oh, and as always you can shoot me an email at anytime if you have any questions:

katherineannewilkinson@gmail.com

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