Doors Opening for New Zealand Sister Missionaries

In popular culture, religious missionaries are used to having doors slammed in their faces.

But two members of the Mormon faith say their evangelistic experiences in Wairarapa have been just the opposite - and people have been open to their message of "light and love".

Sister Woodbury, from the US, and South African Sister Crankshaw belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints - also known as the Mormon Church - and have been working as missionaries in New Zealand for the past 18 months.

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