Missionaries serving in Coshocton County

| January 2, 2018

COSHOCTON – Sister Hall and Sister Humpherys are new faces in Coshocton. They are serving as missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in the Columbus Ohio Mission. They have been in Coshocton since Dec. 14, 2017 and they love it. Their favorite things about Coshocton are how beautiful the town is and how nice the people are. They have really appreciated the warm welcome they have received.

Sister Humpherys is from a family of seven from Layton, Utah. Her parents instilled in her a strong work ethic which has benefited her throughout her life. She played soccer at the University of San Francisco, on a full ride scholarship, for a year before she decided to serve a mission. She loves serving as a missionary because she loves helping people find their happiness and helping them improve their lives. She loves serving the people of Ohio.

Sister Hall was raised in Alpine, Utah and enjoys spending time with her three brothers and parents. She loves playing tennis and will play for Brigham Young University after she completes her 18-month missionary service. She loves talking with everyone and making new friends. Her experience in Ohio has brought her nothing but joy. She loves Coshocton mainly because of the people and has already grown to love so many here.

Sister Hall and Sister Humpherys, when asked about their objective as missionaries, said, “Our purpose as missionaries is to invite others to come closer to Christ.” They are so impressed with how religious the people in Coshocton are and their only desire is to help others draw closer to and strengthen their faith in Jesus Christ.

In addition to teaching lessons, the missionaries enjoy performing local community service.

If you would like more information about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or, have any questions for Sisters Hall and Humpherys, they can be contacted at 740-704-9888.

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