MISSIONARY TRAINING ACTIVITY
MISSIONARY TRAINING ACTIVITY – “Our small ward (17 children typically attend activities) had a very successful activity day May 16. As the children arrived, they entered the MTC where there were stations set up for them to learn: tie a tie, polish shoes, separate laundry, approach people, look them in the eyes, smile, firm hand shake.
They left the MTC to get on their airplane (upstairs) with their passports. There was a pilot, seat belts, and flight attendants who passed out peanuts and drinks for in flight refreshments. The children (teamed as Jr./SR companions) then went to Australia, Mexico, Ireland, and Taiwan. While there (in decorated classrooms) the adult that served a mission in that country told a story, played a game and shared a traditional food with the visiting children. Their passport was stamped as they left each country.
This activity day was so successful with no messes, no bored children, and no confusion. The best part for me was my 1st counselor did it all so smoothly. It was great.” -DONNA, B. CALIFORNIA