Monday, May 30, 2016

Jimmy Osmond announces son Zachary's Mission Call

My wife, Michelle, and I are so thrilled that our son, Zachary, has been called to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ for 24 months in Japan!

Jimmy Osmond with Zachary Osmond



40 comments:

  1. Congrats Zak!!! May God bless you on your mission! !!

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  2. Wow Japan well don Zachary to serve the lord in this way is going to be so exciting and wonderful for you,I bet you and Michelle are so proud Jimmy.xx

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  3. Well done Zachary, very proud parents! Thank you Jimmy for sharing such an important family moment with us all.

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  4. Well done Zachary, very proud parents! Thank you Jimmy for sharing such an important family moment with us all.

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  5. that was really quick, he only just graduated, must have put his mission papers in a while ago. Japan, WOW, hope you can help him with the basics of the language !. Maybe you can do a fireside out there in a years time. Japanese Osmond fans will be excited to hear this news

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  6. Congratulations to Zachary! And thanks for sharing that moment with us! Zachary sounds just like you, Jimmy!!

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  7. Wow Such exciting news Congratulations Zachary God be with you. You will be in my prayers xxx

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  8. Congratulations !! My home country ! The best place to serve a mission ! ( I'm a little biased. ) My sons served their mission there too ! ( My hubby served in the Philippines. ) I might see your Zachary riding his bike when I go visit there ! Go Osmond Choro ! ( Go Elder Osmond ! )

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  9. How come Zach is old enough already to go on a mission?!?! Anyway, congratulations on going to Japan :)

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    1. Boys can go on a mission once they are 18 now, Girls go when they are 19 years old.

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  10. Omedet┼Źgozaimasu
    Congratulations Zachary. !!
    We will keep you in our prayers for a safe mission .

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  11. While I belong to the Church of England, I always chat to the Mormon guys who knock on my door - in this day and age, it's very nice to see young people dedicated to their cause, and always polite. I've had the pleasure of working for you in theatres here in the UK, and can honestly say your family are truly genuine, friendly people, sadly unlike so many nowadays. I hope your son has a good time in Japan.

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  12. Congratulations Zachary. So exciting for you. ­čśŐ

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  13. Congratulations Zachary. So exciting for you. ­čśŐ

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  14. A very big congratulations to your son Zachary. Almost as if he's following in your footsteps Dad, as that's where your career began! Just Awesome and wonderful new! God bless!

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  15. All the very best from Wales. You will be a great missionary. Enjoy every moment.

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  16. All the very best from Wales. You will be a great missionary. Enjoy every moment.

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  17. WOW Japan - how exciting xxx Congratulations Zak - I hope you enjoy every minute. I have always found you to be friendly and polite and Japan are lucky to be getting you - we will miss you xx

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  18. Fantastic news Zak, crash course in Japanese off your Dad then

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  19. How exciting for your whole family, Jimmy! Thanks for sharing this with us. He will be a wonderful missionary!

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  20. How exciting for your whole family, Jimmy! Thanks for sharing this with us. He will be a wonderful missionary!

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  22. WAY TO GO ZAK.HOW YOU CAN TEACH YOUR DAD. I WAS BORN OVER THEIR.I YOU WILL DO A GOOD JOB.STAY SAFE AND GOOD LUCK MAKE YOUR DAD AND MOM PROND.

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  23. Congratulations Zac, you will have a wonderful time, thank you for sharing this special moment, I can see your very proud with good reason, both you and Michelle have done a great job x

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  24. Wonderful news for Zach! Congratulations to him and to you Jimmy! You can help him with a few words of Japanese before he goes to the MTC. Can you remember some? I saw Michelle hugging him - she has done a wonderful job as his mother! I can tell you are all excited and proud! :-) x

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  25. wow great news Zac. Enjoy your mission. You and Michelle must be so proud and excited for him. Thank you for sharing this wonderful moment

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  26. Japan will welcome you with an open heart & you will be so close to Australia. Bless you & your mission Elder Osmond. Thank you Jimmy & Michelle for sharing such a lovely moment with us all.

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  27. Congrat to Zak on his mission call to Japan.

    So are you going to give him some Japanese lessons? LOL

    Congrats to Elder Osmond.

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  28. Congratulations Zachary on your missionary call - May God Bless you and your 2 year mission. Thank you Jimmy and Michelle for sharing the video of Zak's calling with us.

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  29. Congrats to Zak* on his mission.

    I know that Heavenly Father is guiding him in this, especially as you have been popular there since you were a child.

    You'll have to print these messages & the ones on Facebook etc & include them in Zak's memory book/journal, as part of his mission.

    *By the way, I'm not sure how to spell Zak - is it Zak or Zach?

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  30. Congrats Zack. Thank you for sharing with us. You sound like your father and now you have something else in common! And so happy you have a lot of support. Two years will go incredibly fast.
    Carol B.

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  31. congratulations what a great missionary you will be enjoy every moment.

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  32. God bless Zachary remember you're Dad was bid in Japan so you go and show them that you can do even better! Good bless

    Barry Rathbone

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  33. Omedetou! I can imagine the family are bursting with pride on your achievements you man. Safe travels. Best Wishes

    Karen Taylor

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  34. Awesome! My son, Elder Hall or Hall Choro, is flying home from that very mission as I write this. He loves the Japanese people and the experiences he has had this past 24 months. Enjoy this journey with your son!

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