Monthly Archives: September 2015

Monthly Planners–let the creativity flow!

One of the fun things many missionaries do each month is decorate their monthly planners.  When you live out of 2 suitcases for 18 months or 2 years, and wear pretty much the same clothes week after week, you crave a … Continue reading

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Stories like these make me happy!

Sometimes we wonder about the inspiration that is given when it’s transfer time or when mission calls arrive.  Here are a couple of stories that made my heart happy. Four years ago in 2011 Naomi Wilson and Paige Skousen met … Continue reading

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Farewell Elder Bundy!

 This morning we had a nice breakfast before heading to the airport with Elder Bundy, who is heading home to get some medical help.  We will miss having him here and hope he is able to return to us someday … Continue reading

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YSA Monthly Dinner Event in Moses Lake

 Every 4th Monday evening, the Young Single Adult Ward in Moses Lake hosts a huge dinner.  Many of the kids in this ward attend the local community college, which has some pretty strong athletic teams–football, basketball, volleyball, softball and others. … Continue reading

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P-Day in Moses Lake

We found ourselves up north in Moses Lake for much of P-Day and boy was it fun to see what goes on while we are usually in long staff meetings in Yakima!  We went to the Moses Lake Stake Center … Continue reading

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P-Day at the Yakima Mission Office

Here are a few of the visitors at the office this morning.  What a happy bunch!       

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The welfare of each

There was a farmer who grew excellent quality corn. Every year he won the award for the best grown corn. One year a newspaper reporter interviewed him and learned something interesting about how he grew it. The reporter discovered that … Continue reading

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