Monday, October 22, 2012

Missionary preparation: Young Men general president answers questions about new policy

Youth can prepare through obedience and priesthood service

On Oct. 6, President Thomas S. Monson announced in general conference that young men throughout the Church could begin full-time missionary service at the age of 18.
Following that historic announcement, Church News staff writer Jason Swensen posed a series of questions about the new policy to Brother David L. Beck, Young Men general president. (A similar article focusing on the policy changes impacting rospective sister missionaries will appear in the Church News in the coming weeks).

Church News: Brother Beck, what was your reaction when you heard President Monson's announcement that young men would be able to begin missionary service at 18?
Brother Beck: I was grateful for an inspired prophet who has confidence in our young men and has opened the door for worthy and prepared young men to experience the incomparable experiences and blessings of being a full-time missionary sooner in their lives.
Read the rest of this story at ldschurchnews.com

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