|P-Day in Lancelin - Sand dune boarding|
King Louie! Heading into the depths of the Smoky Mountains! haha! It is so amazing how apparent it becomes on your mission that the people you meet and the experiences you have are all set up by the hand of God. I Know missionaries are called by the Savior himself; Firstly to Serve and Secondly to Labor in an assigned Portion of the Lords Vineyard, You are in for a Personally tailored experience! I am super Proud of Matthew for preparing better than I did and being so ready and willing to serve the short 2 years. Serving as a missionary is a blessing beyond comprehension! The experiences on the mission are extremely difficult. It will be the hardest thing you have ever done by far, but you will be so grateful for it. You are going to be a powerful Servant! I love you!
This week we had an African family of 5 from the Congo come to church! it was pretty awesome. It's always new for them since they are used to the big African choirs and the Loud "Hallelujahs" and "Praise the Lords" but I think they felt the Spirit...We have a family activity nightthat they are coming to so hopefully the members' fellowship will help!
Yesterday we took one of the YSA boys out with us and he started having some bowel problems. Haha...apparently he took a few laxatives earlier that day, so we had to abandon a lesson and find a toilet. It was pretty crack up. He almost lost his guts.
I will see you's on Mothers day! Mum...I am sending you the details no worries:) Love you all!
Oh and last p day we went up the Northern Coast to a place called Lancelin. It was massive sand dunes near the coast - sooooo pretty. I'll send some pics.