How Mormonism's approach to 'sister missionaries' has evolved

Some Mormons may think that lowering the age of the LDS Church’s female missionaries to 19 from 21 is no big deal. Andrea Radke-Moss, who teaches at Brigham Young University-Idaho, is not one of them.

To Radke-Moss, who teaches history, the move is nothing short of revolutionary — especially given how far the Utah-based faith has come in its approach to "sister missionaries."

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