Thursday, December 11, 2008

Armenia Yerevan Mission

Armenia Yerevan Mission


LDS Mission Network


Armenia Mission Blog--Photos

Armenia Mission Blog--My Pictures

Photo Album Albania


LDS Mission Network

"New Mission Presidents Begin Service," (Reese A. Carter) Ensign [July 2010].

"Mission President Assignments for 2010," new mission president (Reese A. Carter, former mission presidentRonald J. Dunn) Church News [Saturday, 13 February 2010].

"New Mission Presidents, (Reese A. Carter) Church News [Saturday, 16 January 2010].

"Mission Presidents," (Ronald J. Dunn) Church News [Saturday, 18 September 2009].

“New Mission Presidents Now in Place,” (Ronald J. Dunn) Liahona, Aug. 2007, N4–N5

“New Mission Presidents Now in Place Worldwide,” (Ronald J. Dunn) Ensign, July 2007, 77–78

"New Mission Presidents Receive Assignments," (new mission president Ronald J. Dunn, former mission president Lamar B. Bartholomew) Church News [Saturday, 3 March 2007]. 

“New Mission Presidents Begin Service,” (Lamar B. Bartholomew) Ensign, July 2004, 74–75

"New and Returning mission presidents for 113 missions," (new mission president Lamar B. Bartholomew, former mission president Mervin B. Beckstrand) Church News [Saturday, 6 March 2004].

"New and Returning Mission Presidents," (new mission president Mervin Bennett Beckstrand, former mission president Robert Harry Sangster) Church News [Saturday, 10 March 2001].

"New Mission Presidents," (Robert H. Sangster) Church News [Saturday, 8 May 1999].


"New Temple Presidents," (former senior missionary Robert Carter Packard called as president Dallas Texas Temple) Church News [Saturday, 22 May 2010].

"New Area Seventies," (Arayik V. Minasyan) Church News [Saturday, 24 April 2010].

"Country Information: Armenia," Church News [Saturday, 15 October 2009].

Mormon Youth Put Careers and Education on Hold to Serve Missions (Geghetsik Avetisyan member serving mission in Chicago, Illinois) LDS Newsroom 30 April 2008

Shaun D. Stahle, “Elder Ballard Encourages European Saints, Missionaries,” Liahona, Feb. 2007, N1–N2

"Gospel Taking Root in Republic of Georgia," Church News [Saturday, 25 November 2006].

Danielle Nye Poulter, “Weighing In for a Mission,” (Elder Neil Bridenstine) New Era, Sep 2006, 32–35

Shaun D. Stahle, "Preaching Gospel that Gospel is Hard: Despite challenges, many fine people are willing to hear, embrace truths," [M. Russell Ballard and Jon Huntsman visit to Armenia) Church News [Saturday, 16 September 2006].

“First Branch Organized in Republic of Georgia,” Ensign, Nov. 2002, 126

"First Branch Created in Republic of Georgia," Church News [Saturday, 10 August 2002].

"First Temple Experience--View Nauvoo Illinois Temple Dedication by Satellite," Church News [Saturday, 20 July 2002].

“Comment--Missionaries’ Love Wrought Wonders,” Liahona, Apr 2002, 1

“Open Houses Introduce Eastern Armenian Book of Mormon,” Ensign, Oct. 2001, 77.

"97th translation, Armenians receive Book of Mormon," Church News [Saturday, 5 May 2001].

"Fruit of their Labor," (missionary Robert Wolthuis) Church News [Saturday, 29 August 1998].

Lisa Boghosian, "Utah Armenians," Armenian General Benevolent Union, 1 March 1996.

Russell M. Nelson, “Drama on the European Stage,” Ensign, Dec 1991, 7

“Tour Milestones,” Ensign, Oct. 1991, 44–48

“Two Milestones for the Church in the Soviet Union,” Ensign, Sept. 1991, 77

"Two republics in USSR are dedicated," (Elders Dallin H. Oaks and Russell M. Nelson) Church News [Saturday, 28 March 1991].


LDS Mission Network

Hripsime Zatikyan Wright, “The Red Knit Scarf,” Ensign, Oct 2003, 18

Joseph B. Wirthlin, “‘Live in Thanksgiving Daily’,” Ensign, Sep 2001, 6


Anonymous said...

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The site has free lessons on every chapter.
Very well done and in the author’s own voice.
Every Isaiah Chapter has the Analytical Commentary of Isaiah. Enjoy this personable verse-by-verse commentary of Isaiah by well-known Hebrew scholar Avraham Gileadi.

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“It is my testimony that this man has been brought forward and trained at this time to help those inside the Church into Isaiah, and those outside the Church, Jew and Gentile, through Isaiah into the Church” —Arthur Henry King, author, former BYU professor and London
Temple President.

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David Sealey said...

A great source of information about the Armenia Yerevan Mission. I can imagine that most missionaries experience a major culture shock serving in this mission.

I'd love to hear from any returned missionaries who can share their feelings about the mission and returning home from it.

Contact me through <a href=">the Mission-Wear blog</a>.


Encounters Nepal said...

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