LDS: Missionaries return,depart

Dec 13, 2007 Full story: InYork 29

Mormon missionary Jacob S. Riggle, 21, has returned from serving a two-year mission in the Marshall Islands Majuro Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. via InYork

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Dave Rasmussen

Sandy, UT

#1 Dec 24, 2007
Jacob Riggle was a great missionary! He was makade kajin majol and loves the Marshallese people.
Glen Gray

Compton, CA

#3 Apr 12, 2008
Aaet, lukkun makade kajin majol lo. Jerata nan Ri majol. E ta lein? E lukkun bwebwe ke? Ejjelok kobban komelaj an ke?
LilRichard

Dallas, TX

#4 Apr 13, 2008
Glen Gray wrote:
Aaet, lukkun makade kajin majol lo. Jerata nan Ri majol. E ta lein? E lukkun bwebwe ke? Ejjelok kobban komelaj an ke?
Wop boppa loo bob, bu lop bam bu?
ljs

Draper, UT

#5 Apr 26, 2008
You are an ignorant jerk bashing an entire culture simply because it isn't your style. I doubt you would do the same to a religious community in another country. I don't know, maybe you would. Keep your bigotry to yourself.
Trade

Draper, UT

#6 Apr 29, 2008
ljs wrote:
You are an ignorant jerk bashing an entire culture simply because it isn't your style. I doubt you would do the same to a religious community in another country. I don't know, maybe you would. Keep your bigotry to yourself.
Huh, kind of like how the LDS folk around Utah ostracise and treat those who are not LDS in Utah? I see.
Tex

Spring, TX

#7 Jun 21, 2008
Play Dumb wrote:
How quickly will he get married?
Will he ask his wife to abide by Sister Beck's request to stay home, spread her legs, bear children and iron little Jacob's shirts and pants?
I mean it is the "Mormon" thing to do.
Apparently, the new thing is to try to recruit off the internet and to try to call people out for being on the internet. It's apparent some believe only LDS should be on the LDS sites. Is it an exclusive country club? No one told me if that is the case.

Rhyno

Canberra, Australia

#8 Jun 21, 2008
Man Tex, you are certainly busy on here. Looking up and down the index, so many of the 'last posts' were made by you.
YOKWE

Tempe, AZ

#9 Jul 18, 2008
Glen Gray wrote:
Aaet, lukkun makade kajin majol lo. Jerata nan Ri majol. E ta lein? E lukkun bwebwe ke? Ejjelok kobban komelaj an ke?
IE-JAB TOMAK K-KWE R-MAJOL
YOKWE

Tempe, AZ

#10 Jul 18, 2008
ljs wrote:
You are an ignorant jerk bashing an entire culture simply because it isn't your style. I doubt you would do the same to a religious community in another country. I don't know, maybe you would. Keep your bigotry to yourself.
NE KWE RI-MAJOL JOUJ IM JAB JEJE KAJIN PALE!!!!
AKEZN

New Egypt, NJ

#11 Jul 18, 2008
YOKWE, AR DWI RIS-DSSDE EN TRI, and "F" You Too!
Mothball

Winnemucca, NV

#12 Jul 19, 2008
Hey, your Relief Society President said it, not me. Women should stay home, iron shirts, and do the wife thing. Better follow suit if you want to enter the CK.

BTW, why do the LDS folks in the subdivision shovel the snow off of the sidewalk and driveways for each other, but stop shoveling when they reach a non-LDS home?
Clay

Salt Lake City, UT

#13 Jul 20, 2008
Because we don't like you Mothball. hahaha. Grow up.
Yokwe

Marshall Islands

#14 Sep 3, 2008
aolep aolep elon k jen kar missionary ilo majol..

komool
Snow Shoveler

United States

#15 Sep 4, 2008
Clay wrote:
Because we don't like you Mothball. hahaha. Grow up.
Nothing like living as a Christ centered person, right? Plenty of examples throughout Utah. Ignorant, selfish snobs.
Peanut

Tremonton, UT

#16 Nov 6, 2008
I'd love to hear some of the mission stories.
We are building a compilation and have a simple site where folks can submit.
Thanks for your help-

http://eldertoelder.webs.com
chimney

Christchurch, New Zealand

#17 Nov 9, 2008
LilRichard wrote:
<quoted text>
Wop boppa loo bob, bu lop bam bu?
Sounds like a song I heard on the radio the other day.
Burg

Riverton, UT

#18 Nov 12, 2008
Peanut wrote:
I'd love to hear some of the mission stories.
We are building a compilation and have a simple site where folks can submit.
Thanks for your help-
http://eldertoelder.webs.com
Will you publish submissions discussing gay interludes between companions in the mission field?
Jellybean

Ogden, UT

#19 Nov 20, 2008
Mormons areloving and caring. Many say they are of this religion but go all out against it. These are not true momrmons. Don't judge all momrmons because the first one you see is inactive or does not follow the church standards. Many true momrmons will actually do several service projects for those who have lost loved ones, are sick, and especially Non- Mormon and inactive.
Jellybean

Ogden, UT

#20 Nov 20, 2008
Mormons who do not follow the standards are also consantly being invited and treated kindly by other mormons. Don't judge our religion just because you see that one of the LDS people are not following the standards.
I didn't mean they're not "true mormons" I meant that they are not like those who really DO follow the LDS religion.
Ingrid Taylor

Hatfield, UK

#21 Nov 23, 2008
I would like to state that the Church is true but the members have alot to answer too!

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