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About 6moodys

Sam Moody serving as a full-time missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

On My Way

June 26, 2017 Well this is it, the last weekly email I’ll send as a full-time missionary. It is crazy for me to think how fast everything has gone, but I’m excited and giddy to be back home with everyone. … Continue reading

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Only days left

July 2, 2017 Sunday nights have become a sacred part of the Sabbath day for our family. Every night for two years we have anxiously awaited Sam’s email home. His Monday morning (P-day) is our Sunday night. Tonight we won’t … Continue reading

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Evening with Elder Peter F. Meurs of the Seventy

June 19, 2017 Hello! Getting emails and photos of all my friends returning home from their missions—most of whom left after me—is driving me a little crazy, but the finish line is definitely in sight so I’m working as hard … Continue reading

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“Time flies like an arrow”

June 12, 2017 The Chinese proverb “Time flies like an arrow” is my reality. This is my third to last email. Weeks are starting to feel a little bit longer, and the trunkiness has definitely set in. I’m just trying … Continue reading

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It’s raining

June 5, 2017 Well, I have exactly one month left. This week it rained a lot. Taiwan is almost underwater at this point. 穆長老 Elder Sam Moody

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First week of my last transfer

May 29, 2017 Hi everyone! This week was a great! It was the first week of my last transfer which feels pretty weird. This last P-day we went to Chimei Museum. It’s one of the most famous museums in Asia, … Continue reading

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Reflections on my mission

May 22, 2017 When asked “What will you miss most about your mission?,” most missionaries respond, “The people.” As cliche as it sounds, it’s true; the people we serve–the members, other missionaries, and especially companions–open our hearts in a way … Continue reading

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