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Overseas missionary work takes years of training and fundraising, but many leave the field after a few years because they can't find a spouse. A new website launching today hopes to tackle that problem by placing missionaries and Christian expatriates into a network that enables them to find spouses in the field. The matchmaking site was initially proposed in by John Patton, chief operations officer for the Center for Mission Mobilization, and David Bilby, executive director of Go Connect an organization that connects churches with public schools. Although many leaders saw its potential, Patton said that without a fulltime advocate the project wound up on the back burner. Now, CalledTogether.

I'm glad that you're an RM writing this or else I would be livid. I agree with some dating sister missionaries this, and disagree with more. I think that more than anything, future missionaries need to be prepped on what they're getting themselves into, not discouraged from going. Guys have a hard time on missions to, not just girls. Girls will vocalize their problems more bringing the adage "sister missionaries are the worst" upon themselves.

The new dating site CalledTogether. Now, there's a new site for an even more niche audience: If they're overseas making the world a better place one way or another, we want to empower them to stay there.
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Mormon missionaries may serve on a full- or part-time basis, depending on the assignment, and are organized geographically into missions. The mission assignment could be to any one of the [1] missions organized worldwide. The LDS Church is one of the most active modern practitioners of missionary work, reporting that it had more than 70, full-time missionaries worldwide at the end of [1] as well as more than 33, part-time church-service missionaries. Missionaries are often assigned to serve far from their homes, including in other countries. Many missionaries learn a new language at a missionary training center as part of their assignment. Missions typically last two years for males, 18 months for females, and 1 to 3 years for older couples.

Way too many returned missionaries struggle with […]. I have dear friends who have stepped away from the Church. We are still friends now, some closer than others, but it hit me hard when they told me they were no longer a part of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This article highlights some things that […]. Being a sister missionary is great and being a returned sister missionary is even better! Some sisters may not think so, but I want to give you six reminders to help you see that life after the mission is as great as you make it, just like the mission.

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