“It began last December, early one morning, when the phone rang. On the other line, we heard those wonderful words, “Elder, I've got a hot one for you!” Elder Sackley, the director of the Washington D.C. Temple Visitors Center, had someone who wanted to be taught the Gospel.
Several days later, I met him for the first time. He portrayed the image of an intelligent-looking businessman who carried an attaché case and was sharply dressed. Each discussion was uplifting and spiritual, but also, an intellectual, verification of the clearness of the restored gospel. Previous to our teaching him, he had purchased many books about the doctrine of the Church. He knew a considerable amount about the Church's teachings, but ran into a lot of anti-Mormon literature.