Saturday, January 22, 2011

Lots and Lots of Oranges and Grapefruits

One of the highlights of living in Arizona besides the beautiful weather, even in
the winter is being able to go out the back door and pick a fresh sweet orange or
a giant grapefruit off the tree. It even gets better when we juice them and are
able to have a fresh glass every morning.

Friday, January 21, 2011

The Divine Companionship Zone Conference

We focused on having the Divine Companionship of the
Holy Ghost with us as missionaries and what it takes
to use the Holy Ghost in everything we do, from Finding,
Teaching, Asking Inspired Questions to our Investigators,
Planning has to be linked with the Holy Ghost.
We also taught that if you don't have a Divine Companionship,
then you can't be an effect missionary.
So...President & I demonstrated how to have
a companionship inventory every week to make sure we
are unified and worthy to have the Holy Ghost be our guide.

Mssionaries in the Goodyear Zone eating lunch with the
President Hayes

The Sisters in the Relief Society really go out of their way to provide a
wonderful luncheon for our missionaries.
They put in a lot of special touches to show their love for them.

In case you were wondering, our missionaries really get into singing our mission
fight song. They show some real enthusiasm when they sing. It is like they are expressing
who they are -The Missionaries of the Arizona Phoenix Mission

This time I was able to stand in the birthday line and get a candy bar!

Fundamentals of Preach My Gospel Study Guide
Completion Certificates

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Gospel Scholars

These are the New Certificates that our Elders & Sisters received after achieving
each segment on the new Study Guide

Elders Hall, Berry, Wright, Pickett, Cannon, King & Browning

Thursday, January 13, 2011

More Visitors

Tanya Jones

Derick Wesche

Elder Brandt Jensen (old picture but forgot to post)

Elder Marc Humbert

Elder Devin Rider

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Thanks for your Service Sister Brobst

Sister Brobst left a few weeks early to return home to school. Her father came to pick her up
at the mission home where we had her departing lunch and she told us of the highlights of her mission. They took the train back home. That's an exciting way to leave. We will miss you Sister Brobst, you made a difference!