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New York missionaries show use of iPads in Metro feature

Recommended by Sarah Petersen, Deseret News

Published: Wed, June 18 11:28 p.m. MDT

 Elder Hayden Kroff, from Bozeman, Montana, and Elder Tahuahi Berryman, from Mesa, Arizona, were recently featured in the Metro New York edition, discussing their roles as missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Elder Hayden Kroff, from Bozeman, Montana, and Elder Tahuahi Berryman, from Mesa, Arizona, were recently featured in the Metro New York edition, discussing their roles as missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

(Metro YouTube screenshot)

Elder Hayden Kroff, from Bozeman, Montana, and Elder Tahuahi Berryman, from Mesa, Arizona, were recently featured in the Metro New York edition, discussing their roles as missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

In the article, both missionaries explain the culture shock of coming to New York City as well as the missionary rules and standards.

“The days go by quicker and quicker and when my time comes to go home, it will be very bittersweet,” Elder Berryman said. “Everything I’ve been through on my mission — it will be sad to leave it.”

The elders were also filmed in a YouTube clip showing the uses of their iPad minis.

Read more about these elders at Metro.us.

Email: spetersen@deseretnews.com | Twitter: @Sarah_DNews

Mormon missionaries show Metro their iPad minis

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1. UT Brit
London, England,
June 19, 2014

I really dont like the idea of ipads for missionaries. I served in a wealthy country but there would have been many many teaching appointments where I would have felt ashamed to pull out an electronic device costing hundreds of dollars. I see many people on these comment sections talking about people on welfare with brand new cars and phones. That was not my experience, I taught in peoples homes where they were worrying whether they could eat next week.
I cannot imagine what it would like teaching in a country where the cost of an ipad would put food on a families table for 6 months.