Thursday, September 4, 2014
2 powerful young men. It is so fun to watch their teaching and leadership skills grow as they diligently serve.
We loved this round of zone conferences. The zone leaders led a discussion on the fundamental: Revelation through Prayer. The AP's led a discussion on: teaching people not lessons using the story of Christ on the road to Emmaus. They did a great job! I outlined and we discussed 4 agreements we make with ourselves to help better the relationships in our lives. 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don't take anything personally 3. Never assume 4. Do your best. (from the book by Michael Ruiz) President taught from D&C 107 and 121 on the rights of the Priesthood and on being called and being chosen. He led a discussion on the culture of our mission and the apostolic calling that each missionary has to further the work of the Lord.
|Lusaka West, Zambia|
|Copperbelt Combined, Zambia|
|Baptism at Chainama branch, Lusaka|
|Emma and Liesha at Helping Hands project at Matero Police Post|
|Sarah Chansa wearing the ribbon from the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Helping Hands project|
|Helaman Mwakamui's shoes drying on the line at his grandmother, Mildred's house|
|President treated for ice cream after our 5 hour drive to the Copperbelt. Elders Chola, Dettamanti, Tayembi. Amison, Chinunda, Packer, Allred...just a sampling of the greatest missionaries in the world!|
|We helped with the Operation Smile mission in Lilongwe in August.|
|getting on another flight!|
|That is one big pot of nshima for the mourners of President Liyalii. These women have arms of steel.|
|President Liyalii of the Lilanda branch passed away.|
Family and branch members gathered at Sister Liyalii's home to mourn.
|Some sit outside and some sit inside. For hours they grieve with the wife and children.|
|Simply the BEST! Leif calls it homemade peach ice cream.|
|primary kids playing with my iPad in church|
|Faith's mother with the support stick. She has a club foot and walks for an hour to get to church.|