Becoming the Bold Missionary: A Powerful Guide that Will Open Doors to Success in the Mission Field

Becoming the Bold Missionary: A Powerful Guide that Will Open Doors to Success in the Mission Field

To be bold or not to be bold, that is the question This book wraps inspiring stories around solid advice and doctrine. Future and current missionaries will discover: * The power you obtain by being bold but not overbearing
* Virtue is the foundation of boldness
* Boldness can change weaknesses into strengths
* Once you have boldness, the future is yours Tap into the author’s insights, based on years of experience in the missionary program, and you will find yourself reaching new heig

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  1. Steven H. Propp says:
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT FOR LDS MISSIONARIES, March 14, 2011
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    Steven H. Propp (Sacramento, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: Becoming the Bold Missionary: A Powerful Guide that Will Open Doors to Success in the Mission Field (Paperback)
    George Durrant has written a number of books (such as Love at home, starring father, Get ready! Get called! Go!, etc.), and has taught religion at Brigham Young University.

    He begins this 2002 book by telling “the sad story of how fear caused me to be weak in presenting the gospel messsage to a philosophy professor. When my companion… told me that I had been wishy washy, I felt awful. I resolved to forever do better. Since then, I have tried, in humility and with faith, to present the gospel principles as facts.”

    Here are some quotations from the book:

    “‘Are you saying that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only true and living church upon the earth?’ That is exactly what we’re saying.’ ‘So you are saying, “I will be a bold missionary.”‘ ‘That is exactly what I’m saying.'” (Pg. 5)
    “True boldness is not a one-time act of bravado. Instead it is a continual attitude of speaking boldly the words of the Lord in thousands of almost private circumstances and teaching situations.” (Pg. 19)
    “The difference between being bold or overbearing is that when you have the Spirit, you are bold. If you’re just trying to do it on your own, you’re overbearing.” (Pg. 23)
    “One of the chief characteristics of a bold missionary is that he always has a great companion.” (Pg. 47-48)

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  2. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Becoming the Bold Missionary, January 25, 2011
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    This review is from: Becoming the Bold Missionary: A Powerful Guide that Will Open Doors to Success in the Mission Field (Paperback)
    This is an awesome book. It’s helpful for anyone, not just missionaries. I have loved any book written by this author.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A Good Look into LDS Mission preparation, January 7, 2004
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    Adam Gonnerman (North America) –
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    This review is from: Becoming the Bold Missionary: A Powerful Guide that Will Open Doors to Success in the Mission Field (Paperback)
    I’m not a member of the LDS church. In fact, I’m a Christian minister who’s very convinced that the LDS church isn’t true. However, I do enjoy reading much of what the LDS writers produce, including this book. It provides a fascinating look at the mindset of LDS missionaries, and quaint stories about “pre-mission” and “mission” events. A short book and an easy read. Recommended.

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