4 Out-of-the-Box Approaches to LDS Church Meetings

by | Oct. 31, 2015

Mormon Life

MR says: This reminds me of the timeless counsel President Faust's shared in a fireside that just so happened to end a bit early: "Meetings do not need to be endless to be eternal."

The following post was written by Chance Mikos, a bishop in El Mirage Arizona. He is a former Elders Quorum President and high councilman, and a former missionary in the Boise Idaho mission. 

Most of us reading this website have meetings, lots and lots of meetings. Sometimes meetings to plan a meeting.

Over my 20+ years in LDS Church leadership, I have spent 100’s of hours sitting in meetings. The first thing I’d mention is meetings are necessary; however, meetings aren’t the gospel.

I find the best meetings are the ones that have a clear focus on helping or changing people. The second thing I would say is that the best meetings I’ve attended have been different from your standard, sit in a room and look at each other, meetings. So what do I mean? I hope to share a couple of ideas with you that may help keep the endless meetings a little more enjoyable.

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