June 18, 2013

Evangelizing Mormons

Peggy Fletcher Stack, Salt Lake Tribune

Thirty missionaries from the Truth in Love Ministry are in Utah this week, knocking on doors to "talk positively about Christianity" with Mormons.

"This is our first day out on the street, and it’s going really good," said Pastor Mark Cares, president of the nondenominational group based in Nampa, Idaho, that has members across the country. "People were very nice and kind as they listen to our message. Some won’t agree, but 95 percent of the time they are very courteous. We have been getting into a lot of conversations."

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