#3 Freedom of religion under threat, interview with the singing missionary sister Roach and humor as missionary work

#3 Freedom of religion under threat, interview with the singing missionary sister Roach and humor as missionary work

Isabel and I are enjoying a beautiful holiday in Sweden. It is a very hot summer in Europe, the hottest in almost 40 years. You cannot BBQ outside because of the hazard creating a fire, but on the other hand it is nice to be outdoors so often, so we decided to record this episode of “A Latter Day in Europe” also outside, to enjoy the sounds and smells of nature while talking about our faith.

 

This time we talked about the freedom of religion which is currently under threat in Europe. Several countries are considering to take the freedom of religion out of their constitution, all due because people don’t know religion anymore except about the bad things. This scares us and we discuss about why this is happening and how we feel about it.

 

We also have a wonderful interview with Sister Roach. She is currently serving a mission in Germany and was struggling with the German language. Before she went on a mission, she was dreaming about a professional career in music, writing songs and singing, so when she felt down, she turned to her first love and wrote a song about this “Plans for me”. She performed in the ward where she was serving and ended up on social media reaching thousands of people. Listen how this all happened together with us.

 

At the end Isabel and I discuss the use of humor in our attempts to tell other people about our faith. It’s not always easy and I also tell about a joke that went wrong, shame on me. But often it works and maybe other people can use this in their efforts too.

 

Show notes:

#3 Freedom of religion under threat, interview with the singing missionary sister Roach and humor as missionary work

 
 
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