2008 Men on a Mission Calendar – Sneak Preview

For the first time ever, twelve of the hottest and hunkiest former Mormon Missionaries have dared to pose bare-chested in the first-ever Mormons Exposed calendar. The 2008 calendar, dubbed Men on a Mission, feature sexy men of faith who have all returned from serving as missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Usually seen riding their bicycles and preaching door to door, these steamy young men explode with sexuality on each calendar page. Behind the eye-candy, this calendar has a deeper story — one that can reshape perceptions, heighten awareness, and perhaps encourage and inspire a broadened acceptance of human and religious diversity. The fact that twelve young returned missionaries are posing shirtless will certainly raise eyebrows, but may also help to sort out some common misconceptions about Mormons. The shock value of what these traditionally conservative young men have helped to create has the power to build a dialogue that encourages people across every belief system and walk of life to defy stereotypes and embrace tolerance. “Activate My Body” used by permission The Perry Twins www.perrytwinsmusic.com Music available at iTunes

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