Sunday, February 3, 2013

Elder Teixeira visits our mission

What a week! Here's a little of what went on:  we sent two new Elders off to their areas, had Concilio here at the mission home with Elder Teixeira, baptisms, and had the first of two Zone Conferences with Elder Teixeira in Malaga.  Whew!  Here are pictures of some recent baptisms:

 Elder Salmeron and Elder Dangerfield in Alicante
Elder Manning and Elder Woodford in Jerez
 Hermana Chavez and Hermana Torres in Cartegena 2

 Elder Geest and Barahona in Malaga 1
 Elder Salmeron and Elder Dangerfield again in Alicante
 Elder Tudela and Elder Leon in Cordoba
 Elder Hafen and Elder Peroni in Malaga 2
Elder Manning and Elder Woodford in Jerez

Hermana Martin and Hermana Brimhall in Almeria

 Zone Leader Council

Wednesday 30 January, 2013
Now for assignments for our late-arriving Elders last week:
 Elder Mardones will work with Elder Oldroyd in Lorca
Elder Allred and Elder Lish will be in Elche 1
The couples of our mission at the Malaga Zone Conference last week:  from left to right, the Spainhowers, Stevens, Todds, Castillos and Deeres

 Hermana and Elder Spainhower and Hermanas Wilcox, Moreno, Petru, Hodson and Nelson
 This three-some spent the night with the Spainhowers before Zone Conference and got a waaayyy better breakfast than the rest of us that day.  Elders Jones, Tenney and Rojas.
 Our beloved office Elders!  Elder Valenzuela, Mockler, Berrett, Peterson and Elder Spainhower
 Looks like a fun p-day in Sevilla.  On top, Elders Jones, Blanch, Mendoza and Geest.  In the middle, Elders Tyrell, Walker and Warburton.  Front row, Elders Gomez, don't know that guy, Elders Barbosa, Gochez and Briki.
More fun times in the Spainhower's piso:  Hermana and Elder Spainhower, Elders Lish, Barahona, Oldroyd, Hafen, Mambo and Elder Peroni in front.

Lunch in Sevilla.   From left to right: Elders Gochez, Jones, Briki, Read, Wright and Blanch.

1 comment:

  1. LOVE your blog!! Our oldest daughter, Hemana Jarvis, arrives this week in Spain after 6 weeks of training in Provo. So exciting to think that your next post might include her photo.