Monday, April 6, 2009

When the outgoing missionaries come into the mission home, President begins their interview/goal setting with each of them. As they wait their turn, they enjoy a little badminton in the back yard.
President Morris, another one of President's counselors always provides a sense of humor for our missionaries. He takes his stab at the carving of the ham for dinner.
This is the last supper for our missionaries. It is a dinner that President Lopez, our Hispanic counselor to the president, cooks for the missionaries. It is carne asada, rice, beans, and salad. It is a delicious meal they all look forward to because of their love for President Lopez.

After our testimony meeting and final instructions, we give each of our missionaries a binder which contains a yearbook of all the missionaries they served with. It also has a section of the baptisms they were involved with, and all their companions and where they served. We also give them the Christmas DVD of the activities of their mission experiences.

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