Archive | April 2012

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Average Day for a Missionary in the Field

I rode a bike for the first time today to come to the Family History Center. The bikes could use some work. I was asked in a letter to describe what an average day is like for me as a missionary.  The following describes my activites for 3 different types of days.  Tuesday-Saturday: 6:00 AM–Wake up, pray, […]

April 23rd Update

This week has been fun. Last Monday we went up to Dixie Rock and I got over 30 pictures from there. Today, we went to Zion National Park and I have so many more pictures. My camera card is almost full so hopefully you’ll be seeing these pictures within the next month.  The work is slowly […]

Week 3 in the Field

It’s been a really good experience being out in the field, teaching people what I know to be true. We picked up quite a few potential investigators this last week from out of nowhere. We had someone schedule a lesson in a park near the temple, but he didn’t show up. Instead, we met two […]

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Week 2 in the Field

This week has been great. I’ve been able to teach a few lessons to investigators that Elder Ware already knew and together we picked two new investigators and a possible third. I have already had doors slammed in my face in the field. You wouldn’t think that would happen since I’m in Utah, but it does happen. I’ve […]

1st Week in the Field

Hey everyone! We flew on a small plane out here to St. George and one of my MTC district members, Elder Baros, has never flown on a plane before and he was worried until a few minutes after we got to altitude. My P-Day is on Monday now.  My first area is the St. George East […]