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Titan Missionaries from Olympus Class of 2012 Opening the Mission Call

Students from the Olympus High School graduating class of 2012 opening their calls to serve as missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Young men serve for a period of 2 years and young women serve for 18 months. LDS missionaries do not choose where they will serve, the assignments are given by leaders of the LDS church.
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Is it true the tv pastors call from pulpits exhorting people to come on yahoo answers and misspell atheists?

Question by 2.718281828459045235360287471352662497757247093699: Is it true the tv pastors call from pulpits exhorting people to come on yahoo answers and misspell atheists?
What is the reason for this? Do church people get extra points in heaven every time this word is misspelled on here? Then what?
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Best answer:

Answer by LARA, age 82
Either that or perhaps it is dyslexia

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What should we call our church Thanksgiving Outreach?

Question by luvmy3boys: What should we call our church Thanksgiving Outreach?
We are providing turkeys and groceries to needy families in our local public schools. Everyone wants to know the of our program – we don’t have one. Only thing we’ve come up with is Turkeys for Tots which sounds crazy to me! Any suggestions??
Dropping off at schools for guidance counselors to distribute – not sure how that can be seen as evangelism. Sharing the love of Christ with no strings attached – sharing some of what God has blessed us with – that’s our goal. Of course if someone gets saved all the better – not going to apologise for it! 🙂

Best answer:

Answer by Lance
Clever is better than “patronizing” slogans like “help” and “hope”. I like names that suggest equality among neighbors and community support.

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What should we call our church Thanksgiving Outreach?

Question by luvmy3boys: What should we call our church Thanksgiving Outreach?
We are providing turkeys and groceries to needy families in our local public schools. Everyone wants to know the of our program – we don’t have one. Only thing we’ve come up with is Turkeys for Tots which sounds crazy to me! Any suggestions??
Dropping off at schools for guidance counselors to distribute – not sure how that can be seen as evangelism. Sharing the love of Christ with no strings attached – sharing some of what God has blessed us with – that’s our goal. Of course if someone gets saved all the better – not going to apologise for it! 🙂

Best answer:

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