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How to Create a Family/Individual Mission Plan

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How to Create a Family/Individual Mission Plan
Elder L. Tom Perry
This is the most remarkable era in the history of the Church. This is something that ranks with the great events that have happened in past history, like the First Vision, like the gift of The Book of Mormon, like the Restoration of the Gospel, like all of the things that build that foundation for us to go forward and teach in our Father in Heaven’s Kingdom.

“Concluding Remarks” in seminar for new mission presidents, June 26, 2013

D&C Section 4
4 For behold the field is white already to harvest; and lo, he that
thrusteth in his sickle with his might
, the same layeth up in store that he perisheth not, but bringeth salvation to his soul;
Our Latter-Day Sickle
Don't worry... It's easier than you think
We Succeed When We Invite
Clayton M. Christensen
What is the tool being used here?
President Thomas S. Monson- Hastening the Work
Individuals and families also benefit from developing such a plan to guide their missionary efforts.
A Step-by-Step Guide to Create Your Family Mission Plan
Step 1: Prepare
Step 2: Plan
Step 3: Act
Step 4: Report
Step 1: Prepare
Watch the video called
I'll Go Where You Want Me To Go
on LDS.org
Or read the First Presidency Message in the September 2012 Ensign by President Eyring called:
Sharing the Gospel Heart to Heart
Step 2: Plan
1. Give each member of your family a piece of paper and have them list 1-3 things they can personally do to share the Gospel.
2. Make a master list of all the different ideas that your family came up with and then all of you choose which of the activities your family will do.

3. Make quarterly, monthly, weekly or daily goals.

4. Write it out and display your Mission Plan where the whole family can see it every day.
*It make take two or three FHE's to get through this
Step 3: Act
Go and Do those activities on your Mission Plan. Use your talents and keep it simple. Be consistent. Encourage each other and praise each other's efforts. Teach and train your children in their efforts.

Pray... by name if possible


Step 4: Report
Report back to your Heavenly Father as a family and individually in prayer.

Review the plan and goals on a regular basis together as a family. Make changes to the plan to suit your family's needs or capacity.

Share your missionary experiences in FHE, at church, or with your Home Teachers.
Success doesn't mean baptisms. The prophet Joseph Smith said that if we open our mouths it would be as if everyone joined the church.
-Elder Shayne M. Bowen (Paraphrased)
Elder M. Russell Ballard
Elder Randall L. Ridd
Second Counselor in Young Men General Presidency
"Many wards have found that developing a ward mission plan promotes ward missionary work. Such a plan may include goals, initiatives, and activities to help ward member invite people to hear the gospel." p.220
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