Tuesday, December 16, 2014

A Bit of Everything

Elders Gonzalez and Chavez in Alcazar de San Juan.

Elders Zech, Guarcax, Vergara and Mitchell in Almeria.

Elder Narcizo (left) baptized this young man in Caceres with no help!  Elder Webb said he did it on the first try! 

Sisters Folsom and Knowles in Fuengirola.

Elders Gunderson and Medina in Torrevieja.

Elders Nyland and Gonzalez in Malaga 2.

Sisters Ancalle, Herrera and Blake in Alicante 1.

Our Sister Daines is doing well after an emergency surgery.  Keep her in your prayers!

We have the best senior missionaries in the world.  They all met in Cordoba this week to see La Mezquita.  President Deere and I can't imagine doing this without them. Some live in far away branches and wards strengthening the leaders and members, and others are right in the middle of everything in the office or taking care of the medical needs of our missionaries.  We love them!  From left to right, (don't know first guy), Elder and Sister Wiscombe from Alcazar de San Juan, crouching in front is Sister Nielsen, then the Redds who are in Caceres, the Coombs who work in the office, the Wilsons from Alcala de Guadaira near Seville, the Guffeys (military relations in Rota), and the Frosts (Sister Frost is a Physician's Assistant and takes care of our missionaries, and Elder Frost will work with young single adults in the Granada Stake). 
Among all their other responsibilities, they love and care for the missionaries near them.  We all appreciate them so much!

A little Christmas cheer from the Granada District. 

The Guffey's daughter sent them these fun stockings--so cute!

Elder Guffey reports: This was a dinner for the San Fernando Zone we had last Friday.  It took 2 20lb turkeys, 2 Turkey Roasts, 2 spiral Hams, 4 boxes of stuffing, 3 can cranberry sauce, 2 crock pots of green bean casarole, 2 dishes of sweet potatoes, 30 lbs of mashed potatoes, 15 packets of gravey, 2 pumpkin 3 pecan 1 apple pies and 48 cans of soda (Elder Milius made babel tower out them), to feed them.  It was a great time ending with singing carols with the Rota Branch. 

The San Fernando zone--not sure if this is before of after the big dinner.  Notice the Christmas lights around the microphone.  Nice!

And finally today, "Proctor and Gamble", makers of many fine products used by people all over the world.  Except the order they are seated is Elder Gamble and Elder Proctor.  


  1. Sister Deere. We didn't get a letter from our missionary Elder Alexander.. We haven't got info on his Christmas skype home? Any way to find out?
    Thanks Kari Alexander