Our purpose is to help ward mission leaders succeed in their calling.  It also will help ward missionaries, and other leaders and members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to share the gospel successfully. — people who want to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with others, and bring the spirit of God into their lives. You can find answers to questions related to the topics shown on the left.

This website and the material offered here are not authorized by the LDS Church. Rather, we are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who simply are devoting our lives to building the Kingdom of God. Many of us live in the Boston area in America. We have developed these things under two licenses. The first is in Section 58:26-69 of the Doctrine and Covenants, in which the Lord urged us not to passively wait and be compelled in all things. The second is in Sections 38:23 and 88:77, in which we are asked to teach one another. 

We deeply believe that the gospel of Jesus Christ has been restored to the earth. It is true. 

The materials available through this website — by download or as printed materials shipped to you, are free throughout the world. We pray that God will magnify you, so that you can do remarkable things in leading the missionary work in your ward and stake.


One of us, Clayton Christensen, has also written a book shown to the right, which has been published by Deseret Book. Most members of the LDS Church want to share the gospel with others, but they just don’t know how to do it. Everyday Missionaries  teaches us how to find, invite and study the restored gospel of Jesus Christ with others.  It offers a set of principles for sharing the gospel that makes missionary work exciting, not daunting. These principles have been distilled from a lifetime of personal experiences as the author and his family have worked together to share the gospel — as they tried, failed, and tried again. This book will help you to become not just a ward mission administrator, but a ward mission leader. Please read it.

Any profits from the book are given to the Church’s missionary efforts. The book has been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, German, Russian, Korean and Japanese.