Whether your missionary has made it to the field or you are peaking ahead to see what the mission has in store for you, use the following articles, written by returned missionaries, Mission Presidents, and currently serving missionaries to help you make the most of your time in the field.

You’ll find advice on study time, language learning, how to deal with the highs and lows of the mission and be reminded that a little humor will help you through it all.

Christmas helps:
Christmas in the field – One Missionary’s Perspective
It is Christmas – A Letter to Our Missionary
Making the Most of the Christmas Call – A Missionary’s Perspective
The Christmas Phone Call

You Cannot Reason With a Barking Dog
5 Principles to Help in Missionary Service
5 Tips on Learning a Language

A Little Humor Will Get You Through
A Missionary Metamorphosis
A Note to Trail Blazers

A Time to Ripen
Choosing Obedience
Girlfriends (or Boyfriends) and the Mission

Language Adventures
Life Changing Lessons from a Mission
Make Use of Every Minute

Missionary Wisdom
Missions are Hard on the Shoes, But Good for the Soul
Rough Starts Lead to Smooth Finishes

Three Tips for Helping Non-Member Family
Tips on Study Time
What Music is Okay?

Love Your Companion
You Can Do It!
Hastening the Work of Salvation
The Only Question is Revelation

Especially for Missionary Moms:

The Influence of a Missionary’s Mother
“Go, Ye Swift Messengers”
It’s Not Goodbye, It’s See You Later
Making the best care package ever!
Video: A Mother’s Day surprise

It is Christmas – A Letter to Our Missionary
The Christmas Phone Call


Missionaries Sing Called to Serve in the Conference Center