We’ve put together a few different directions to help ILP volunteers living in Ukraine (and those just visiting) get to see this LDS temple during their semester abroad! Whether you wanna get there on the metro, on the bus or by calling an Uber, we’ve got you covered.
Trying to think of ways to stay busy on a long flight to Europe or Asia? Or maybe you need to pass the time on a long train or bus ride to your new favorite vacation spot? Print off these free LDS coloring pages and pack up some colored pencils and you’ll start to look forward to a 6 hour bus ride in Mexico!
Living abroad doesn't mean you have to skip out on General Conference! You can still tune in even if you’re living in a different country (and are in a different time zone) — here’s how.
We’ve done our Instagram research and have gotten together some of the best LDS temple pictures our ILP volunteers have taken during their semester. Use these tips and tricks for your own travels!
We can all use little pick-me-ups throughout the day, whether that be an inspiring picture or a special quote. Use these free LDS (and other) phone wallpapers to get a little boost every time you look at it!
No matter where you go with International Language Programs (ILP) you will be able to attend an LDS ward or branch if you'd like. Sometimes the branches are small and sometimes they'll be big, sometimes you will go to the building and sometimes you may Skype in. Wherever you are, large or small, calling or not, you will be able to help and impact the congregation you are in. Here are a few simple ways to do so!
My semester abroad with International Language Programs (ILP) before serving an LDS mission was the best decision I could have made! I not only learned more about myself, but I learned to be independent, how to overcome homesickness, to love people who may be different than me and how to work with others. Those lessons helped me tremendously while serving my mission.
You don’t speak a word of Spanish but that doesn’t mean you can’t bear your testimony in your local branch!
So you don’t speak a word of Russian but thanks to the sweet missionaries, you were able to understand what was happening at the LDS church in Moscow! So, how to say thank you for something like that? We have some ideas (and tips) that will work in any country.