A Mormon pioneer in Taiwan

Jul 20, 2013 by

Book of Mormon in Chinese

“‘The Book of Mormon, the revealed word of God in the Chinese language, the second most popular language in the world, the language of a billion and a half people, was translated by a humble man whom the Lord had picked and prepared, who was introduced to the gospel by a pair of missionaries just trying to do their work as they understood it.’”

Read an inspiring story from a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who served as a missionary in Taiwan in the 1950s. By following a strong prompting that led them to a man who lived in an alleyway, Elder Vernon Poulter was led to a man who would join the Church and have a significant impact on the work in Taiwan, particularly through his translation work, but also through his other church service.

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