Unformatted text preview: the vocabulary we used in daily life. I always feel the strong spirit and I was so happy listening to their discussions. I also made a lot of friends there, including returned missionaries from Taiwan who can speak Mandarin very fluently. I felt I learned during the discussion, it developed the knowledge I learned from religion classes because everyone has special experiences so that I could understand from different perspectives for one concept. Plus I could also pretend that I was not a member of church and just ask them all the "weird" questions like what I did to my missionaries before. Because of the cultural difference, Chinese don't really have the foundation of God, so we always ask a lot of "weird" questions that most Christian don't ask. I am glad I did this for my optional assignment this summer, because I feel I strength my testimony by going to the MTC and serving the Lord by doing what I can do now....
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2011 for the course BOM 121 taught by Professor Griffin during the Summer '11 term at BYU.
- Summer '11