Mission President

Mission president is a priesthood leadership position in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). A mission president presides over a mission and the missionaries serving in the mission. Depending on the particular mission, a mission president may also be the presiding priesthood leader of some or all Latter-day Saints within the geographic boundaries of the mission.

Read more about Mission President:  Selection, Administrative Responsibilities, Spiritual Responsibilities, Post-mission Life

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