Sunday, February 17, 2013

Setting Apart

Elder Moss was set apart as a missionary the next day, February 11, by the Ivins Stake President Daniel Robinson, who was accompanied by his wife Michon, at the Moss home in Ivins.  President Robinson was also involved in the paperwork and interviewing Elder Moss for his mission.  He gave Elder Moss some great advice and a great priesthood blessing in addition to setting him apart as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  President Robinson asked Elder Moss' mother, Tamara, to be his first companion until he was dropped off at the MTC.

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