My companion is sweet. His name is Elder Zenovieff. I am sure you can find his mom in your email group
Saki (kasava leaf) - It taste nice!
|At Burreh beach dreaming about the old days back home!|
I met some local surfers
|In the bush|
Some small members toting my packages to the apartment
Elder Latu and I up high in our area
Eating after some service (community bowl)
Elder Dramadri, my body guard. Also my boss from Uganda!
I de inside de bush
Usman Sankohs baptism, he's the one next to me
Hike to the waterfall in a trio
P-day hike to Grafton Waterfalls
We love you! Banana bread in a heart
Ebola. I really feel that ebola really is not that prevalent here. I feel that the government is saying that is is here and hyping the whole thing up for some weird political reasons. Its really strange to even hear conspiracy theories here! I have found that the government is really corrupt and that this country could be doing much better if there were just leaders. But we are still alive and have no ebola. We take good measures to make sure that we don't get it or spread it.
I have been doing good this week but many of our investigators have bounced us. We are really trying to find new people. We are keeping our heads high and praying for guidance.
It never gets old to be a missionary. I love teaching the restored gospel to people. Its amazing to bring forward the restoration and unfold the truths of the gospel. We are still restoring people to the truth. I am really enjoying being evolved in the restoration.
Coming up on 1 year, its going quick!