Monthly Archives: April 2014

Transferred to Avondale

Only have a few minutes this week.  I was a part of an emergency transfer on Tuesday.  I am now in the Avondale Ward, training a new missionary, and in a car for the first time.  The last few days … Continue reading

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An Important U-Turn

This week a man passed us in his car and flipped a U turn to talk to us.  He said he needs help with quitting smoking and he knows about the Mormons because his Dad and Grandpa are Mormons.  Although … Continue reading

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Following Promptings

One evening this past week we headed back to the flat earlier than usual, and I wasn’t sure at the time why I felt we should head back a different direction than normal. But I have learned to listen to … Continue reading

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Miracles and Conversion

   One of the best days of my life was April 5th.  Three wonderful people were baptized—Bruce, Xuqing and Moana. It was great to hear their testimonies of conversion and repentance. They were converted because of the Book of Mormon. … Continue reading

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A New Companion

  My new companion is Elder Tererua, and he is from the island nation of Kiribati, which has a total population of about 100,000.  He is 21. His dad is a bishop… We have to wait a week to watch … Continue reading

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