Monday, February 20, 2017

Week 79

Hello everybody! This week was a really incredible week. It was a fast week, to be sure.

Monday and Tuesday were fast because of FHE and service at Eckerd. On Wednesday we had a Sisters Specialized Training, which was incredible. We talked a lot about confidence. I learned a lot about the difference between sin and weakness. We can overcome sin with the cleansing power
of the Atonement, and we can overcome our weaknesses with the enabling power of the Atonement. It is so incredible how the Atonement literally helps us to overcome everything, even death.

Thursday was weekly planning and institute, which means we never had any time. And Friday we went on an exchange with the online proselyting sisters! I learned how to work online, which was really fun! We chatted with people on, and we had some really awesome experiences! It was cool to see missionary work in a different field.

On Saturday we had the mini MTC. Youth from the Brandon Stake came for the day for a mini-MTC experience. We went and acted as the MTC teachers. We were given a "mission", the Edinburg Scotland Mission, and we taught the youth all day about different missionary things. We went over teaching skills, how to recognize and understand the Spirit, commitments, and other things like that. They had a Zone Conference and a testimony meeting. We also taught them how to teach the Plan of
Salvation, and at the end of the day, they taught it to some members from a ward in the Stake! It was really cool to see them improve and become more confident. The picture below is from the mini MTC.

Missionary work is the greatest thing in the world.

Sister Minson

Sister's Specialized Training

Me with each of my previous companions that are still serving!
The Mini-MTC with our trainees !
Sister Graham! (We were weekly planning, and had fruit as our snacks.)

Me and Sister Suman
A fun pic sister Suman took of me at Eckerd
Sister Graham and I found a pair of pants in the exchange pile that
we both fit into...

Having a fun time with Ava, the granddaughter of a Senior couple.

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