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Reconstruction

17 Nov

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From April 6, 2011 to April 4, 2013, I served full-time as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the France Paris Mission. During those two years, I consistently wrote weekly blog posts sharing my experiences with friends and family. In that time, this blog received visits from well over 10,500 people. I realize that many of these visitors are those who are searching for information regarding either the France Paris or France Lyon missions. A good deal of these people are newly-called missionaries who will be serving in France sometime in the near future.

Because I know many are wanting to know more about what it’s like to serve in the France Paris Mission, in the following months I’ll be organizing the blog posts on this site into categories so that finding information is easier. If you’re searching for miracle stories, they’ll all be grouped together for your reading pleasure. If you’re looking for an account concerning Revelation Through Church Attendance or even Revelation Through Reading the Book of Mormon, they’ll be organized accordingly for quick and easy access.

This is something I’ll be doing off and on as a side project after all my other responsibilities, so don’t expect anything over night. I’ll post again when things are ready. Hopefully the end result will be a cleaner, easier to navigate site for those searching for information.

– Saul

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1 Comment

Posted by on November 17, 2013 in Post-Mission, Site

 

One response to “Reconstruction

  1. Wade McGregor

    November 18, 2013 at 4:51 am

    This is a great thing you’re doing, Saul. I will definitely continue to visit your site.

     

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