Daily Archives: November 11, 2017

Elder Fotheringham’s Mission Call Arrives!

We received a big white envelope yesterday and today Pres Lewis delivered it to Elder Fotheringham in Wenatchee.  We are all pretty excited.  His official mission call is here!Elder Fotheringham has served here these last 3 months.  He will be … Continue reading

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A Baptism in the Chelan Ward held in Selah

This evening we had another baptism at the Selah Stake Center for Alan and Ashley.  They lived in Moxee, where missionaries like Hna Powell and Knight, then Hna Robinson and Green taught them.  Seven months ago, Alan’s son Mark was … Continue reading

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A Baptism in the Selah 1st Ward!

Jaden was baptized today in Selah!  He’s the newest member of the Selah 1st Ward.  What a fine young man.  He shared his testimony with us and his family, who all came to support him–including his mom, his grandma, and … Continue reading

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A Baptism in the Naches Ward!

A baptismal service was held this afternoon for William from the Naches Ward.  Elders Hunt and Green have been teaching him and preparing him for this special day.  William’s wife was baptized last spring in the Spokane Mission.  What a … Continue reading

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A Perfect Persimmony Saturday Morning

When I was a girl, we had a large Hichaya persimmon tree out by our mailbox along Road 52 in Reedley.  Persimmons are an old-fashioned fruit.  You don’t just eat a persimmon.  You pick them, set them out to ripen until … Continue reading

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Take the Plunge! Zone Conference November 2017

Here are the notes from my training this week in our zone conferences. Taking the Plunge There are about 60 new missionaries in our mission right now.  It’s interesting to watch old missionaries leave us, bold, strong and confident, and the … Continue reading

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