Sunday, November 22, 2015
New Senior Couple: The Tennis couple from Layton Utah. They arrived on Wednesday, November 18, 2015. This is their second mission. The first one they served on Fiji as CES Institute leaders. They truly are remarkable and willing to do anything. We have enjoyed being with them and learning from them. They also spent time in the MTC with Wayne's sister, Diane & Jim. That was fun to connect with them.
Saturday, November 21, 2015
more Modbury Zone Training Lunch. Left to Right: Elder Garbutt, Assistant Elder Pitcher, Elder Komaisavai. Lunch is always fun and if it's not fun, the missionaries will make it fun any way they can.
left to right: Sister Taylor (our super pianist -she's accompaning our missionary choir for Christmas,, Sister Soh - who also plays the piano very well,, Our own Sister PARKER- who is fantastic at everything she does!, Sister Ma- she is quick to answer questions and she her testimony and she's beautiful.
More Sisters: left to right: Sister Mason (plays violin beautifully), Sister Vaioleti who is learning English and doing well,, Sister Omutgtong is an amazing missionary,, Sister Boswell is an excellent missionary,, and Sister Siale who I did
'role-play' with and she taught by scriptures and the spirit. She was great!
Sunday, November 8, 2015
I accompanied Primary in preparation for their Primary Program. It's a small Primary and the Leaders are great. Sister Gabriella Vic (last one one the back right) is the primary president & she did the Sharing Time and it was on service and I was so touched by her lesson. Children are the same everywhere. The older boys are hesitant to sing & the girls love to sing. I laughed to myself about how universal that situation is no matter what side of the world your on.
Dinner for Sister Baker at Sorrell Italian Resturant before she heads home to Utah in finishing her mission. This is her 3rd completed mission. What an amazing disciple of God. President Parker, Sister Parker, Sister Baker, Sister Larkin, Elder Larkin, Sister St. John & Elder St John
Friday, November 6, 2015
This is the Baptism day for Mike Adlam. He is one big man. He's known for his shoe size of 18 and is close to 7'. He knelt in the font to fit for the full immersion. He has been so excited for his day to be baptized. Left to right: Elder Revillio, Brother Shaz, Mike, Elder Wilkins, & dad
It's November 7,2015 Sister Parker and I went shopping at the Rundle Mall for mens white short-sleeve shirts. It's warming up here in Adelaide and it's extremely warm in Darwin and Alice Springs where the Parkers are going to this week and all the missionaries need short sleeve white shirts. But Santa is already here in the Rundle Mall
Tie tying lesson from Elder Callahan before church in the Prospect Ward which we attend and are grateful to serve with many in the gospel
Elder Larkin with one of our assistants, Elder Pitcher. He is fantastic and teaches great lessons to all our missionaries and to us too!