LDS Church announces three new missions


The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Jan. 7 the creation of three new missions, according to Mormon Newsroom. The new missions consist of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Mbuji-Mayi Mission, the Nigeria Owerri Mission and the Vietnam Hanoi Mission.
The new missions will be operational on or before July 1 after realigning the boundaries of the missions that already exist in that area, according to LDS Daily.
Along with the new missions, 168 new mission president assignments will commence in July 2016, according to Deseret News.
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'LDS Church announces three new missions' have 2 comments

  1. January 9, 2016 @ 6:39 pm Darren Winberg

    This was a very interesting post. I never knew about the fact that the church had announced three new missions. Even though the article was short, it was informative.
    This is really beneficial to students because the church is a world-wide organization. With people from all over the world joining our church it will allow students to know and understand their different cultures.
    BYU-Idaho could also potentially enjoy some of these students here on campus.

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  2. January 14, 2016 @ 7:44 pm Shaylene Sorrow

    This was a great read. It was full of information that I didn’t know already know about. The graphics were really helpful and didn’t take away from the writing of the article. They were helpful because it allowed the viewer to know exactly what the article was about. This post was short and to the point and didn’t add extra words to try and make the post longer.

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