Sunday, February 19, 2017

Our Feet Are Firmly Planted In The Path Of Service....

Monday, Feb 13, 2017                                                          Onalaska, TX

" We had a exchange with the zoneleaders, today. We talked to this inactive member said he was fine where he is and is not interested in going back to church. His friend came over and we talked to him and ended up teaching him. The less active member was answering questions correctly and even bore his testimony on a couple of subjects so that was cool. We tried a bunch of people and then we got some really good Italian pizza and they left. 

On Saturday we taught a lady whose family is coming down in a couple of weeks and they are all members, but she isn't. She is going to get baptized when they come, so that is awesome. Then we taught this girl named Shenequa and it was a super good lesson. We brought a super good member with us and he helped her out. We also committed her to a date and she agreed. She prayed about it and said she'd come to church so we'll keep our fingers crossed. After that we tried some people and then then played basketball with our non-member buddies.

Sunday, a former investigator came to church and asked for help cause he got evicted from his house and it was the last day. He needed help moving some heavy things, so we went over and we helped him move stuff from that house to his new place.

Sorry it's so short this week- we're running late and we are planning on going fishing at a members house.

President Monson said, " Make sure your feet are firmly planted in the path of service and our hearts and souls dedicated to follow the example of the Lord. In moments when the light of resolution dims and when the heart grows faint, we can take comfort from this promise: 'Be not weary in well doing...Out of small things proceedeth that which is great." (Doctrine & Covenants 64:33)
Elder Saunders
District in Onalaska, TX Feb 2017

Sunset over Lake Livingston on the Onalaska Causeway Feb 2017

On exchanges in Onalaska and we see this kangaroo and sign to the left, ha ha. Feb 2017

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