Sunday, December 23, 2012

Meet our 7 Newest Elders

First, as always, baptisms.  Our Missionaries never stop working, even when it's Christmas!

Elder Forrest lives on!  Here he is (from a while ago) with Elder Lucero in Malaga 3.

Hermanas Moreno and Chavez in Cartegena, with a little help from Elder Gibson.

Elder Valenzuela and Elder Peterson at a beautiful wedding on Saturday.  You know what that means...

A beautiful baptism the next day!  This new brother received the Aaronic Priesthood 1 week later. 

Before we get to the big news of the week, here are a few "unity" pictures I received.  Our missionaries love each other, and they like to have fun, as you can see!

The San Fernando Zone put on a brilliant depiction of the Christmas Story.  From left to right:  Elder Woodford, Elder Berrett, Elder Triana, Hna Vasquez, Elder Sandelin, (the angel Elder Seely in the back), Elder Anderson with Elder Nunez' arm around him.  Elder Tudela in white in the back, Hna Roderick, Elder Walton kneeling in front with a blue headband, Elder Scheible, Elder Lucero, Elder McGarry, Elder Todd and Elder Manning.  Thanks Hermana Todd for taking the picture!
Elders Hunt and Aviles enjoying a festive cup of cola-cao by the Christmas tree!
The lovely Hermanas Vasquez and Leon by the Mediterranean in Nerja

Welcome to our 7 new Elders, who all come to us from Europe. 

Elders Rodriguez, Peroni, Hermana and President Deere, Elders Vergara, Briki, Antezana, Read and Rojas.  Welcome to the Spain Malaga Mission!
The trainers:  Elder Crespo, Elder Bird, Elder Hunt, Elder Wright, Elder Nally, Elder Blanch and Elder Pascua.
 Elder Hunt and Elder Antezana are going to Crevillente.
 Elder Blanch and Elder Briki will serve in Aljarafe.
 Elder Peroni and Elder Pascua will go to Alcoy.
 Elder Rodriguez and Elder Hunt are opening Benidorm, an area just assigned to our mission from the Barcelona Mission after the stake reorganization this month.

 Elder Nally and Elder Rojas are headed to San Lucar.
Elder Crespo and Elder Vergara are headed to Huercal Overa
 Here are Elders Read and Wright, also known as Elderes Leer y Escribir, headed to Huelva.

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