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LDS MISSION PREP BUCKET LIST - free printable! - 25 things to do before you leave for your LDS Mission

Whether you are thinking about serving a full-time mission several years from now or you already have your mission call in hand, this Mission Prep "Bucket List" is filled with 25 SIMPLE WAYS that you can prepare to serve a full-time mission! Many of these things can be started while you are a youth, but you can continue (or start) any of them as a young adult as well. Feel free to print out this Mission Prep Bucket List on your printer (or have it printed as a 4x6 photo) - this free…

What You Didn't Know About the Apollo 11 Mission | Science | Smithsonian

From JFK's real motives to the Soviets' secret plot to land on the Moon at the same time, a new behind-the-scenes view of an unlikely triumph 50 years ago

How to Define Your Purpose, Vision, Mission, Values, and Key Measures - NOBL Academy

Clearly defining your Purpose, Vision, Mission, Values, and Measures will help your team understand what you're trying to achieve. Aside from motivation, this will enable them to make decisions independently, rather than referring to the chain of command. It will also help your organization track whether or not it's achieving its goals.

Country music superstar, Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins Adopt Daughter Willa Gray after a trip to Uganda.

The country star and his wife welcome their daughter home from Uganda — just three months before their biological baby is due

fundraising ideas - great,creative ideas for fundraising for a particular cause or mission trip!

2 more spots left!! Our team of 25 are ready for a crazy adventure to Uganda & Ethiopia. Stay tuned for more news... check out our mission trip blog at http://africainjuly.blogspot.com/

Astronaut Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin unpacking experiments from the Lunar Module on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission. Photographed by Neil Armstrong, 20 July 1969

The suit is made of 21 layers of various plastics, and curators some of them - along with other plastic exhibits the museum holds, are beginning to rot.