All around the world, faithful servants of the Lord eagerly put their lives on hold to share the gospel. These missionaries diligently work toward satisfying the command to preach the gospel, but sometimes, cultural boundaries make certain groups seem off-limits. Sadly, many missionaries overlook these cultures, fearing that their efforts would only be fruitless.
In Hopiland Christmas, radio talk show host Bob Lonsberry details the work of two Latter-day Saint missionaries as they explore the traditions of an ancient culture and preach the gospel on the Hopi reservation in Arizona. As the elders reach out to the Hopi people, they learn to step outside convention and bring a Christmas message into a world that has never known the power and truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ. The young missionaries learn what it takes to sacrifice their comfort in order to breach social boundaries and help to bring all people back into Heavenly Father's loving arms.
Hopiland Christmas is a warm reminder of the fruits of missionary work, and people everywhere will find inspiration in its message of faith and courage, and the author of true liberty - the Lord Jesus Christ.
Print: Black & White
Page Count: 69
Imprint: Cedar Fort Publishing
Office Use: 1J317
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