From Malaysia Mormon Newsroom
General Authority Tour of the Singapore Mission
Rarely does one have the opportunity to hear from a General Authority of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in an intimate setting. On March 10th, the missionaries in the Kuala Lumpur District were privileged to not only hear from a General Authority from the First Quorum of the Seventy, Elder Brent Nielson, but also from his lovely wife, Sister Marcia Nielson at a Zone Conference held in the Petaling Jaya meeting house. Elder Nielson is the Executive Director of the Missionary Department of the worldwide Church. The Nielsons were touring the Singapore Mission area with Mission President and Sister Simmons. All four addressed the missionaries in Singapore, West and East Malaysia by the week’s end.
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