Suits No Longer Required for Missionaries

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Mormon missionaries in suits.

As a missionary in northern Brasil, the last day I wore my suit was in the MTC. It was pretty common for Elders to realize they didn’t need one and give it to a ward member departing on his own mission. For the sub-sweltering missions, this is big news – Elders are no longer required to wear suits for everyday proselytizing. See this Salt Lake Tribune article by Peggy Fletcher Stack for more info.

Author: Elder J

4 Responses to "Suits No Longer Required for Missionaries"

  1. Ecnal McGreggor Posted on July 31, 2013 at 11:36 am

    This is a good development. While I served my mission I grew another 3 inches and had to replace all my suits. This was a financial stress at the time. Despite the fact that there is always financial help from the church or ward members its always hard to ask for assistance. Worst of all, I wound up chucking those suits when I got home and grew another inch. Some boys don’t stop growing until their 20’s.

    BTW – awesome website. This is a great way to make sure future missionaries are prepared now that they don’t have the year to study in between high school seminary and the MTC.

  2. rose Posted on August 7, 2013 at 11:00 am

    well my kids wont be going out and spending our hard earned money lieing to people about our false church of sexual pedifiles and child molesting bishops..we just learned threw study that our church is a fraud and they just want our money and to control our lives..but that’s over now

  3. rose Posted on August 7, 2013 at 11:05 am

    Thomas s monsen tried to rape my friend and nieghber gayle smith in lehi Utah when he was a young bishop in s l c Utah years ago do not trust a mormon

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