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Just prior to his moving to a new city, Elder Farnsworth made a Facebook post in a new group in Fredrikstad stating he was moving there and wondered what there was to do in the city. Nico answered the post not knowing it would change his life during the next five months.

He shared this with our missionaries after the baptism.

"Hey Dear Missionaries in Christ The world is a better place because there is always someone out there helping others. Someone is always trying to make this world a better place to live. Saying thank you may not repay the good things someone did for me, it can certainly go a long way. Today I'm wearing the smile you gave me. I cannot thank you enough for your help. You guys are nothing less than a blessing from God. Please accept my vehement protestations of gratitude. Thankful and grateful to have you as missionaries, brothers, sisters and friends for life and beyond. I met some awesome brothers and sisters who helped me along the way. You have no idea how much this has helped me. Thanks for the great times and funny memories. What a day, the moment I talked and greeted you through virtual. Bless your generosity, the world is full of wonderful things like you. My highest appreciation to your kindness. At this difficult time it's so nice to feel appreciated . You are magnificent. You're a lifesaver. Words are powerless to express my gratitude. I'm so grateful for your thoughtfulness. I love being always happy. Be kind always, you will never be wrong with kindness. I will always be your rabbit in your moon and sun. Always and forever in Christ , Nico "

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Heidi Wixom
Heidi Wixom

Thank you for sharing Nicol’s extraordinary experience. It helped to see what Social Media in action looks like. Our posts really can make a difference. Elder Farnsworth has a brother for life!

Can you clarify the translation of,” I’ll ways be your rabbit in the moon and the sun,” as noted in the story? I am curios as to what that means?


Terilyn Taylor
Terilyn Taylor

This is an incredible story. It is truly amazing how missionary work happens through social media, and where people come to the missionaries instead of the missionaries knocking on doors to find people. So cool!

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