If Disney Princesses were Sister Missionaries

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This article was originally published in Mormon Buzzz by Christopher Patty. Below is an excerpt.

We all know the Disney princesses for their lovable natures, magical adventures, and proclivity for needing rescue, but what if our favorite Disney princesses had answered the prophet’s call to serve as missionaries?

  • Strengths: Memorized the entire Standard Works.
  • Most Converts: The sheep

Sister Belle was quite the scriptorian, and though she avoided them as much as possible, she was quite the formidable opponent in a Bible bash.


Belle’s strengths lay in her knowledge, but she was also extremely social.  She would often gather groups on the street like the original missionaries did.


Though she had many human converts, Belle found most of her success with the humble sheep.


  • Strengths: Church tours and avoiding marriage
  • Weaknesses: Kleptomania

Sister Jasmine was great with kids.  She strived to follow the instructions in Preach My Gospel to seek out and teach families.


Like most missionaries, Sister Jasmine often found herself in uncomfortable confrontations.  The local “street rats” took it upon themselves to protect the sisters, and were often helping them escape disgruntled shopkeeps.


Sister Jasmine found many converts through tracting, but Jasmine’s real talents lay in giving church tours.


To see Ariel, Mulan, Aurora, Cinderella, Pocahontas and Snow White in sister missionary form, go to Mormon Buzzz.

Bridget is a newsroom writer at LDS.net. She graduated in April 2015 from Brigham Young University in communications with an emphasis of public relations. She served a Spanish speaking LDS mission in McAllen, Texas. She is a skilled pianist and an expert baker of chocolate chip cookies.