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Mormons in Town for Mission

October 11, 2013

Elder Ivie, left, and Elder Brownlee are young missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day here to spread the message of their church.

Two young missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints are in town and want the community to know who they are.
Elder Ivie and Elder Brownlee are spending time in the Barnes County community as part of their two-year service mission for their church. They're both from Utah but staying in town until they move on to the next part of their mission.
The men want to get the message out that they're not Jehovah's Witnesses; rather, they're members of the LDS church, commonly known as Mormons, named after one of their holy books, The Book of Mormon, here to share the gospel and teach people about their religion.
Read more in Friday's Times-Record.

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