So my comp is going home on theso at night we always talk about home. Haha, it's crazy. I've only been gone for 6 months and it seems like so much has changed since I left. I'm scared to think what it will all be like in 2 years.... but I don't think I should worry about it too much. Missionary work is more important.
It is so good to hear from you guys every week. I love every letter that you send. I would love it even more if you sent more pictures ;) haha.
I finally got your letter's, Brittnee. Thank you so much. Just for the record every one... Brittnee is the most faithful and most honest letter writer out of all of you! Boom! Some of you can improve. Shoot your long-gone brother a letter, huh?
I plan on writing letters to Chase and Crewbeans today, by the way. So, you can expect those sometime next week.
This week has just been crazy. We had Zone Conference. It was all about Family History work. My eyes have been opened to Malachi 4:5-6. Study it. It all makes sense. Use D&C 128 and 138 to make sense of it all. Along with that we had a little lesson by the AP's about taking to everyone. They did a role play of what it will feel like after Judgement Day for those who were placed in our path and we didn't talk to them. And then what it will be like when talk to them. The spirit was super strong and I felt rebuked. I kept thinking about Alma and the sons of Mosiah, and what they felt like about everyone, and how their very frames shook at the thought of someone not accepting the gospel.
The work is going good. We are meeting with the Ward Auxiliary leaders over the coming weeks to see what we can do for them. It's all been positive responses so far.
Last Friday the Chinese Elders put on a Chinese Cultural Evening. It was great. There was a presentation about China and they had a Band and loads of Chinese food. It was great.
This week should be great, though. We finally have some time to do some real work. I'm really excited. There are so many people here, and there are people, somewhere in there, just waiting to hear us out.
There's people like that in AZ, too. Find them!
I love you guys.