Friday, October 9, 2015

This is what happens when you don't keep your car clean missionaries.  Cockroach gathering.

Pretty disgusting.

This week was transfer week.  We had 9 new missionaries come and only five leave.  We are sorry to see the five leave but are blessed to have the such well prepared missionaries to serve in the
Micronesia Guam Mission.

 Our departing missionaries. MGM will never be the same without them.
Elder Bunn, Elder Peterson, Sister Pahulu, Elder Mott, Elder Ladore.
What's with the shades Sister Pahulu.

Our wonderful newbies.
Sister Hauata. Elders Malupo, Pond, Guyman, Beckstead, Jenkins, McCluskey, Zonts, Hanson.
We couldn't ask for better.

These are the old missionaries.

We attended Sunday meetings with the Merizo Group.   There are some saints that don't have transportation so they formed this group so they could have sacrament meeting.  They started out having a literal sacrament meeting.  Opening song, opening prayer, sacrament, closing song, and closing prayer.  They meet on the patio of someones building by the bay.  The bishop told them that they needed to hold all three meetings so they did the day we were there.

 We watched the General Women's meeting at the church on October 3rd.  Since it was MLC this weekend there were a lot of extra missionaries here.  What a special group of missionaries.  Aren't they beautiful?
 Sister Aviata has been transferred to Pohnpei.  We love that young lady and will sure miss her.
 Sister Welch happens to be related to Elder Hamilton through the Crane side of the family.  She serves on Pohnpei.

Elder Hamilton took these pictures of the set up for the snack after the meeting.  It's been said that Sister Miller really played this one down.  She usually has many more decorations.

 MLC October

 Sister Zarbock demonstrating a good use for her machete.

Thursday, October 8, 2015

 We went to our first zone conference.  We went to the office for a few minutes and then went to the conference and then went back to the office to try to get things done.  It was a late night .  It was well worth it to be able to go and associate with such strong wonderful people.  The spirit was also very strong there.  There was great messages and of course good food.

 Mission Leadership Council October 2015.

 President and Sister Zarbock are great teachers.  They are truly inspired to lead this mission.  Everyone around can feel their strong spirits.

Here you go parents.  Maybe you can see your own. We love them.