I will be both beginning and ending my mission in the great ward and area of Kentlands and I am so blessed to have Sister Yancey be my twelfth and final companion. But with this in mind, it's given me the chance to really reflect on what I've done with the past 16 months of my life and how I'm planning to spend the next 42 days and the next chapter or two of my life--what I want to accomplish and how I want to use this precious time. Everyone always talks about how short a mission is and I don't think anyone believes it until they actually get the chance to try it out themselves. The key that makes it go by so fast is that you are constantly working and there's rarely a slow moment. It is a time of intense, fast-paced learning and refinement by God and depending on how much you resist determines how much you are able to grow and become useful in God's hands. To the degree of which we are willing to sacrifice is also the degree of which we are able to be useful.
Sorry about this one being short again this week, but our schedule this week is so tight that we're having to schedule some appointments during our p-day hours. #GoodProblemToHave Adrian and Paul are both doing great and are both still pumped and prepared for their baptisms October 7 and 14.
I love you all and hope you have a great week!
Accomplish all that God has for you to do!!
|The Terrific Trio|
|The Dynamic Duo|
|Trio with Adrian|