New MTC Presidents, Visitors’ Center Directors Trained

Contributed By R. Scott Lloyd, Church News staff writer

  • 27 January 2015

President Blaine J. Bushman, center, and Sister Margene Bushman receive information about online proselytizing from sister missionary Pamela Campelo on Temple Square, part of their training for the 2015 Seminar for New MTC Presidents and Visitors' Center Directors. President Bushman will preside over the new Wyoming Mormon Trail Mission.  Photo by R. Scott Lloyd.

Seventeen missionary couples who will lead missionary training centers and visitors’ centers were instructed January 13-15 at the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah.

The 2015 Seminar for New MTC Presidents and Visitors’ Center Directors involved seven new MTC presidents and 10 new vistiors’ center directors and their wives.

The following are available links to the stories about the January 13 devotional featuring Elder Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and other training sessions. (Additional links will be added as stories are published.)

Missionaries Called to Bring Joy to Others, Elder Nelson Says

Bishop Caussé Speaks of Truths Learned from the Restoration

Doctrine of Christ Is Foundation of Missionary Work

Full Purpose Missionaries Needed to Retain Converts

Testimony of Book of Mormon Comes from Revelation, Seventy Says

Elder Malm Speaks on the Role of the Spirit in Conversion

Missionaries Must Know Repentance to Teach It, Seventy Says

Sister Margene Bushman, left, and President Blaine J. Bushman help sister missionaries introduce the film Meet the Mormons while practicing with them on Temple Square, part of their training for the 2015 Seminar for New MTC Presidents and Visitors' Center Directors. President Bushman will preside over the new Wyoming Mormon Trail Mission. Photo by R. Scott Lloyd.