The Most Difficult Part of a Mission is NOT What You Think It Is
Actually, the most difficult challenges happen internally and your ability to navigate the internal pressures and challenges will make or break your mission experience.
Click below to learn strategies you can immediately implement to start creating the exact mission experience you want, from the moment you submit your papers, to months after you return home.
No matter which part of the mission experience you are in, there are going to challenges. Those challenges can either shut you down or propel you forward into lasting growth and transformation. Click on one of the free guides or courses below to stop doubting yourself and start believing in you.
Hey! I'm Jennie...
The LDS Mission Coach
Preparing for, serving and coming home from an LDS Mission can present countless changes and transitions. No matter which stage you are in, I’ve seen these changes put missionaries at the mercy of their emotions and questioning their abilities. But, with the right strategies, young adults learn to confidently navigate the entire experience of the LDS full-time mission. From the moment you submit your papers to years after you are home, I empower missionaries to overcome worry and anxiety, create epic, unwavering confidence and never question their purpose again.
I help missionaries in all stages.
Serving a full-time mission can present a unique set of challenges, but those challenges don’t need to leave you stressed, overwhelmed and questioning whether you are good enough. Pre, Current and Return Missionaries (no matter how long they’ve been home), can learn to drop perfectionism and self-criticism, stop being at the mercy of their lives and their emotions, create confidence from the inside-out and step powerfully into their potential.
Just starting your papers? Feeling a little anxious and overwhelmed? Not sure how to become the missionary you know you want to be? I’ve got you.
Starting to question your worth and compare yourself to other missionaries? Have a really difficult companion? No problem.