Just want to show you how much fun we have doing Missionary Work.
Sisters are Hoyt and Vasquez
This is our District minus 1. We lose Elder Henderson on right looking off to the distance. The rest of us get to stay here in Greenville. Back row: l-r Elder Balaich, Elder S. Jensen, Elder B. Jensen (our District Leader), Elder Dewey, Elder Elkins and Elder Henderson. We will miss him. Front row: Sister Hoyt, Sister Vasquez, Sister and Elder Myers
Last Thursday, we went to a Missionary Couple's Retreat and Conference at Atlantic Beach. After a wonderful training with President, Marc Bernhisel and his wife, we enjoyed a delicious fish dinner together in Beaufort. The next morning, our group was to drive to Harkers Island and ferry over to Cape Lookout but there was a Severe Weather Warning for our area. It rained hard through the night accompanied with lots of wind. We were told that there would be no ferry ride if the weather was rainy. As we proceeded to the Island, the sun came out. We were able to load in the ferry, cross to the Outer Banks and spend time at Cape Lookout, listening to the Park Ranger teach us about the lighthouse, walk along the beach looking for seashells and enjoy our selves in the warm sun - a miracle!
Later, after a wonderful meal and talk on the history at Harkers Island Chapel, we shared our testimonies about the rich blessings that come from serving our Heavenly Father. Our family has been watched over and we have been blessed with safety and protection as we have traveled around in North Carolina. We are so grateful!
Stake Conference was held on Sunday in New Bern, NC. We were blessed to hear Elder Robert Hymas of the Seventy. It was a very Spiritual Conference.
Out enjoying the windy weather afterwards before traveling home.
Have we convinced you to come and serve a mission yet? We hope all is well at home. You are always in our prayers and we love you very much! Take care!