Saturday, June 29, 2013

Zone Conference and one more visa waiter


Elder Adams and Elder Crespo in Alcazar

Elder Pascua helping out Hermanas Lovell and Childers in Cartagena 3.  This Dad and his two sons were baptized!

Elder Leon and Elder Wiley in Crevillente (Elder Vosters helped too, he's just not in the picture!)

Elders Moran and Webb in Elche 1.

Elders Proctor and Flores in Jaen.


Elder Miranda will be heading to Granada with Elder Nunez (not pictured) and Elder Smith, pictured.  If you can't see him very well here, check out the For the Strength of Youth booklet and look on the Repentance page.  There he is!  Page 29 in English or Spanish.

And here's Elder Miranda on his first day.  He was lucky enough to get here the day we picked up my flat tire from the shop, and he was kind enough to put it back on.  Thanks Elder Miranda!
Here's our beloved Elder Berrett, who worked in the office as the Financiero for 7 months!  He's now in Almeria working hard to help us achieve our goal of 55 baptisms in June. 
Zone Conference in Sevilla, June 27, 2013

Zone Conference in Malaga, June 28, 2013
Merida!  Pictured are Elders Ericson and Curtis, a member, Hermana and Elder Castillo, Elders Bivens and Alomia.  In front are Hermanas Guymon and Chavez.
Elder Tirrell and Elder Ordonez in San Lucar.  Who doesn't like to snuggle up with their Book of Mormon?
Yes, I know, this was on the blog last week.  But I was in a hurry last week and didn't give a sufficient "shout out" to this amazing couple.  Elder and Sister Castillo are serving in the office right now and are absolutely amazing.  They orchestrate transfer week, telling everyone where they need to be every minute for several days straight, help us all when we're sick, guide and help the office elders and love and cheer up everyone in the process.  They also went to Caceres this weekend to speak in the ward and take the missionaries out to lunch even though it's their 30th Anniversary!! 
We love and appreciate you two so much!
Here they are this weekend in Merida.

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