Monday, May 11, 2015

"Let Us Put On The Armour of Light."

Heya everyone! 

So this week was busy with exchanges with Limerick Elders and had our last interview with President Brown :( 

We also had a lesson with Minerva this week and found out that she won't be permanately living in Dublin till June so we will still be teaching her till then. 

She also accepted to be baptized in June so were going to decide on a date with her! 

Uriel has been a big help with her! Sunday was great we got to Skype home and had an awesome dinner at the Christy's and we got to have some BBQ. 

Also on Sunday Uriel had the opportunity to bless the sacrament for the first time and he did great! I knew he would.

Nothing else really crazy happened this week... almost forgot. Elder Christensen hit his year mark on Friday so he wanted to try and run a mile in under 5 min. Well he was close but only got 5:18 so he's going to be training, haha. 

Take care of yourselves!


Elder Tarbet (Wolverine)

Here are some answers to questions:

How have things changed since being in a District Leader companionship? What kinds of additional things do you have to do?
 Elder Christensen has DL (District Leader) planning for DM's (District Meetings) so we take time out to do that and we go on a lot more exchanges.

Have you got a new favorite or meaningful scripture lately?

 My new favorite scripture has got to be Romans 13:12 "The night is far spent, the day is at hand: let us therefore cast off the works of darkness , and let us put on the armour of light."  Sounds like something that would be in a song but at the same time has a great personal meaning.  


"We had such fun and laughter on our Mother's Day Skype with Terry. His Dad, who's away on a business trip, in Italy, was able to join in by Skype from Rome. Terry looked amazing and it was wonderful to hear him share his adventures and to go into more detail about his experiences. It was great to hear his testimony, to see his joy and to witness the growth in my son, to see the man he is becoming. Such a wonderful moment and experience. One happy Momma right now."

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