Sister Naegle received her mission call and assignment from Church Headquarters and did not request or know beforehand where she would serve.
Sister Naegle left on Tuesday, October 14 and will spend a short time in the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah, where she will learn how to teach the Gospel in an orderly and clear way prior to becoming one of more than 84,000 Missionaries currently serving throughout the world.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Missionary program is one of its most recognized characteristics and the effort is based on the New Testament pattern (the ministry of Peter and John in the Book of Acts) of Missionaries serving in pairs, teaching the Gospel and baptizing believers in the Name of Jesus Christ.
Missionary work among the members of The Church is voluntary and missionaries fund their own missions and are not paid for their services. They do their own laundry, prepare their own meals and donate hours of community service in the area of their assignment.