Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Australia Brisbane Mission

Australia Brisbane Mission


LDS Mission Network

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MissionSite.Net--Elder Brandon Steele

LDS Mission Network

"New Mission Presidents Begin Service," (Fritjof F. Langeland) Ensign [July 2010].

"New Temple Presidents," (former mission president Geoffrey James Liddicoat called as president Perth Australia Temple) Church News [Saturday, 5 June 2010].

"New Mission Presidents," (Fritjof Fluge Langeland) Church News [Saturday, 20 March 2010].

"New Mission Presidents Assignments for 2010," (new mission president Fritjof F. Langeland, former mission president Grant S. Richards) Church News [Saturday, 13 February 2010].

"Mission President Assignments for 2010," (new mission president Fritjof F. Langeland, former mission president Grant S. Richards) Church News [Saturday, 13 February 2010].

“New Mission Presidents Now in Place Worldwide,” (Grant S. Richards) Ensign, July 2007, 77–78

"New Mission Presidents Receive Assignment," (new mission president Grant S. Richards, former mission president James E. Phillips) Church News [Saturday, 3 March 2007].

"New Mission Presidents," (Grant Shurtliff Richards) Church News [Saturday, 17 February 2007].

“New Mission Presidents Begin Service,” (James E. Phillips) Ensign, July 2004, 74–75

"New and Returning Mission Presidents for 113 Missions," (new mission president James E. Phillips, former mission president William E. Fox Jr.) Church News [Saturday, 6 March 2004].

"New Mission Presidents," (James Edward Phillips) Church News [Saturday, 21 February 2004].

"Obituary--Keith W. Hubbard," (former president from 1977 to 1980) Church News [Saturday, 3 August 2002].

"New Mission Presidents," (William E. Fox Jr.) Church News [Saturday, 14 April 2001].

"New and Returning Mission Presidents," (new mission president William E. Fox, former mission president Gail Winn Ockey) Church News [Saturday, 10 March 2001].

"New and Returning Mission Presidents," (new mission president Gail W. Ockey, former mission president Angus H. Belliston) Church News [Saturday, 7 March 1998].

"New Mission Presidents," (Gail W. Ockey) Church News [Saturday, 31 January 1998].

"New Mission Presidents," (Angus H. Belliston) Church News [Saturday, 1 April 1995].

"New Mission Presidents Assigned," (new mission president Angus H. Belliston, former mission president Geoffrey James Liddicoat) Church News [Saturday, 18 March 1995].

"New Mission Presidents," (Geoffrey J. Liddicoat) Church News [Saturday, 18 April 1992].

"New Leaders Assigned," (new mission president Geoffrey J. Liddicoat, former mission president Hori Harvey) Church News [Saturday, 7 March 1992].

“New Mission Presidents Called,” (new mission president Hori Harvey, former mission president
Robert G. West) Ensign, May 1989, 104–105

“Mission Presidents, Assignments Announced,” (Leon T. Ballard) Ensign, May 1983, 92

“Nine New Missions Formed, Fifty Mission Presidents Called,” (Keith W. Hubbard) Ensign, Aug. 1977, 76–77



William G. Eggington, "The Church in Australia," Encyclopedia of Mormonism

"New Mission Presidents," (former missionary Bruce Evan Miller called as president Utah Salt Lake City South Mission) Church News [Saturday, 8 May 2010].

"New Mission President," (former missionary Thomas William Macdonald called as mission president Oregon Eugene Mission) Church News [Saturday, 23 February 2008].

William G. Eggington, "The Church in Australia," Encyclopedia of Mormonism

“President Hinckley Dedicates Temple, Visits Members ‘Down Under’,” Ensign, Sept. 2003, 75–77

Greg Hill, "LDS Rugby Players Rise to World Class," (former Mandarin speaking missionary Kimball Kjar) Church News [Saturday, 13 September 2003].

Gordon B. Hinckley, "Brisbane Australia: 'May Thy blessings rest upon this nation'," (Dedicatory Prayer Brisbane Temple) Church News [Saturday, 21 June 2003]. 

Nikki O. Nelson, “Charity and the Cyclops Cake,” (former senior missionary) Liahona, Feb. 2001, 32–34

Nikki O. Nelson, “Charity and the Cyclops Cake,” (former senior missionary) Ensign, Jan. 2001, 70–71

"Missionaries Evacuated from Solomon Islands," Church News [Saturday, 17 June 2000].

"Missionary Training Center Presidents," (former mission president Geoffrey James Liddicoat called as president New Zealand MTC) Church News [Saturday, 18 December 1999]. 

Alan Wakeley, “President Hinckley Visits New Zealand, Australia, and Mexico,” Ensign, Aug. 1997, 75–77

"South Pacific visit: Pres. Hinckley completes 8-day tour," (meets with missionaries) Church News [Saturday, 24 May 1997]. 

"LDS Players Contribute to ASU Success," (former missionary Lance Anderson) Church News [Saturday, 11 January 1997].

Douglas L. Vermillion, “Gospel Splendor in Sri Lanka,” (Sister Ferdinando mentioned) Ensign, Aug. 1995, 78–79

Thomas S. Monson, “The Prayer of Faith,” (Richard Louden Story) Ensign, Aug 1995, 2

Janet Thomas, “Charting the Way,” (former missionary Rick Cartier) New Era, June 1995, 43

Michael R. Morris, “‘One Talk’ in Papua New Guinea,” Ensign, Feb 1995, 22

Rulon G. Craven, “Like Sand and Surf,” (labor missionaries) New Era, Oct 1994, 7

Gerry Avant, "Elder Sackley Eulogized," Church News [Saturday, 6 March 1993].

“Elder Robert E. Sackley Eulogized,” Ensign, Apr. 1993, 74

"Elder Robert Sackley Dies Serving in His Native Australia," Church News [Saturday, 27 February 1993].

“Feedback--True Confession,” (Elder Ryan Church) New Era, Aug 1992, 50

“Seven New Missions Created, Total Now 275,” (Papua New Guinea Mission created from Australia Brisbane Mission) Ensign, June 1992, 74

"7 new missions created; total now 275," (Papua New Guinea Mission created from Australia Brisbane Mission) Church News [Saturday, 29 February 1992].

Alan Wakely, "Members Make Historic Trip to Temple," (Hori Harvey discusses New Guinea members sacrifice) Church News [Saturday, 21 December 1991].

“Q&A: Questions and Answers--I’d like to be able to like everyone, but my manager at work acts like she hates me and is rude to me, and I have to say she isn’t my favorite person. As a Christian, how should I act toward such people?,” (Elder Drew Patterson) New Era, Oct 1991, 17

"From Around the World--Cairns Choral Society," (former missionaries Stanley and Mavis Steadman) Church News [Saturday, 26 October 1991].

Varsel and Minnie Warwood Jenks, “Saints in Kuriva, Papua New Guinea,” Ensign, Apr. 1990, 76–77

Carol West, "New Guinea: Light and Truth Pouring into Nation Ten Years following Church's Arrival," Church News [Saturday, 16 September 1989].

"'Flooding' Project Is Answer to Prophet's Call," Church News [Saturday, 25 March 1989].

Thomas S. Monson, “Hallmarks of a Happy Home,” (Richard Louden) Ensign, Nov 1988, 69

"On the Bright Side," (former missionaries Minnie and Varsel Jenks) Church News [Saturday, 24 September 1988].

John L. Hart, "Dignitaries, Brass Band Greet Choir," (missiona
ries sing for choir) Church News [Saturday, 9 July 1988].

“Elder Robert E. Sackley of the First Quorum of the Seventy,” Ensign, May 1988, 89

"Early Beginnings--Papua New Guinea," (formerly part of Australia Brisbane Mission) Church News [Saturday, 18 October 1987]. 

Michael Otterson, “Australia Today: And Now the Harvest,” Ensign, Oct 1986, 28

Marjorie A. Newton, “Pioneering the Gospel in Australia,” Ensign, Oct 1986, 32–41

“Bob Cowan: The Moment That Changed His Life,” Ensign, Oct. 1986, 43–44

Michael Otterson, “A Chapel for the Saints, a Landmark for Australia,” Ensign, Jun 1985, 56

Lynda Bakker and Majorie Newton, “Temple Crowns Growth in Australia,” Ensign, Sept. 1984, 77–78

“Feedback--No Use Crying Over Burnt Rice,” (Elders Mit and Goisisi) New Era, Jan 1984, 3

“Feedback--Waiting Upon the Lord,” (Sister Lesley Burton) New Era, Jan 1982, 3

Jerry P. Cahill, “Area Conferences in a ‘New Land Apart’,” Ensign, Feb. 1980, 77

Melvin Leavitt, “A Merry Missionary Christmas,” (Elder Don P. Richards) New Era, Dec 1978, 25

“Feedback,” New Era--You Find Yourself Too, (Elder Douglas Evans) Nov 1978, 2

“Feedback--Fair-dinkum, true-blue Aussies,” (Elders Ronnie Lyons and Dick Byrnes) New Era, Mar 1977, 2

“Feedback--Slave Auction,” (Elder Dan Evans) New Era, Sep 1976, 2

Loren C. Dunn, “A Living Prophet,” (mentions visits by President David O. McKay and Spencer W. Kimball) Ensign, May 1976, 65

“Feedback--Sorry Brisbane,” (Elders Boren, Thayne, Skinner, Baker, Booth, and Greenwood) New Era, Jun 1975, 2

Mission Newsletter

LDS Mission Network (Extra Mile 1973)


Elayne Wells, "He Knew There Was Something Different about the Young Men Dressed in White Shirts," Church News [Saturday, 16 September 1989].

"WWII Ambush Was Turning Point in Commando's Life," (Robert E. Sackley) Church News [Saturday, 16 April 1988]. 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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