Into All The World: The International Church With Reid Neilson

By June 7, 2009

Maybe this is old news to some, but I wanted to bring attention to a program that the Church recently begun on its radio channel. Reid Nielson, professor of Church History and Doctrine at BYU and author/editor of a number of great works on Mormon history was asked to host a weekly radio program in which he interviews a mission or stake president from around the world and learns about the lives of LDS Church members the world over.  The program is called Into All The World and has three previous podcasts available for listening online. I’m happy to see continued steps toward bringing issues facing the international church into sharper focus and I’m sure I speak for more than myself when I wish Reid well in this new project.  Today’s program begins at 3:00 pm.

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  1. Very cool. I’ll have to take some time this week to listen to the podcasts.

    Comment by Christopher — June 7, 2009 @ 2:30 pm


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