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Five Mormon Missionaries Serving from the Greenhorn Valley
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Former Thunderbolt Varsity Soccer Captain, Nate Himmelberg, led his team to the Colorado State Play-Offs and will soon be serving a two-year Church Mission in California.
 
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Recent Rye High School graduate and T-Bolt Soccer Team Captain, #10 Nate Himmelberg, got a letter last month in which he was called to serve as a missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the California, Arcadia Mission. Nate’s call letter requested that he report to the Provo Missionary Training Center on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 and was signed by Thomas S. Monson, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

With his call to serve in Southern California, Nathan joins four other local young men and young women currently serving full-time missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in various parts of the world. Mormon missionaries do not choose where they will be going on their missions, rather they are provided with a “call” to a specific place issued by Church leadership in Salt Lake City. Young women generally spend 18 months in the field while missions for young men last for two years. They go out into the mission field at their own expense and work full-time, without any vacations home, for the entire period of their assignment. They spend their time providing meaningful service, often in remote or underprivileged areas, and teaching those who wish to learn more about Jesus Christ.

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