FREDERICTON, New Brunswick – People who embark upon a ministry rightly note that their hours of labour are long.

However, Elder Cade Dopp and Elder Broc Prince, two missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who are nearing the end of their two-year placements in Fredericton, eclipse the work hours of just about any other servant of God.

Dopp said, "We rise at 6:30 every morning. We begin every day with prayer and scripture study until we set out for the day at 10. During the mornings we aren't traveling, we try to visit the local food banks or other service oriented organizations where we can lend a hand."

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