Sister Missionaries Talk and Sing on ABC Radio in Hobart, Australia

Danielle Matheson and Elise Jones are sister missionaries with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hobart, Australia.

This week they were interviewed by ABC Radio presenter, Joel Rheinberger.

Sister Matheson and Sister Jones, as they are known as missionaries during their missions, answered questions about what they do as missionaries.

They also sang "I am a child of God," a familiar song among members of the Church.

Tens of thousands of young women and men serve as missionaries around the world, for 18 to 24 months. While they serve, they teach interested people about Jesus Christ and serve in the commuities in which they live.


Senior missionaries also serve, usually when a person or couple have retired. Senior missionary service includes medical, dental, humanitarian, education and other specialised work.

Listen to the interview with Sister Matheson and Sister Jones here: 

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