Mormon Observations on “The Book of Mormon” the Musical – Two by Two

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“Mission Brother” Assignments
“Your mission brother will be…. Elder Grant!”

For young men, missions last for 24 months. During that time, they will have far more than one partner. We call our partner a companion, and two missionaries make up a companionship. Most companionship’s in my mission lasted from 6 weeks to three months.

I had a ton of companions!

  • My trainer (or jokingly, “dad”), Elder Levu (American Samoa)
  • Elder Felt (Utah)
  • Elder Fox (Utah)
  • Elder Omer (Utah), who I trained (in other words, he was my “son”)
  • Elder Imoto (Japan)
  • Elder Taylor (Utah)
  • Elder Kim (Hawaii)
  • Elder Nash (Colorado)
  • Elder Begin (Canada)
  • Elder Zitting (Utah)
  • Elder Garner (Idaho)
  • Elder Schow (Utah)
  • Elder Matalolo (American Samoa)
  • Elder Campbell (Utah)

Companionship’s are determined by the mission president once missionaries get into the field. A mission president determines companionship based on inspiration from the Holy Ghost.

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