Monday, March 27, 2017

Southeast Tucson Week 14

Hey everyone,
With the simplified key indicators - meaning we no longer report our amount of lessons - I technically got my first week of all zeros this past week - no new investigators, no one at sacrament, and no one with a baptismal date. We did get a lot done though, just not in those regards this past week. The week before was a lot better - probably one of the best I've had in this area. We had two new investigators - including a former investigator named Norm who called us out of the blue and asked us to come over. We also had three investigators come to church as well. One of those investigators was Michael Tebo, who came for the first time with his less active wife and mother-in-law. It was a pleasant surprise; we were a little unsure as to where their desire was.

I hardly ever share pictures in my emails, so I think I'll throw a few
one here for your viewing pleasure. Have a good week guys! Elder

Here's the one and only Tucson Arizona Temple. The Open House is scheduled for June 3-24. The dedication will be on August 13. I believe President Uchtdorf will be the one officiating in that.

An old zone portrait.
This is the Andrews, a Native American, recent convert family in Tanque Verde Ward that we teach each week. We taught Lehi's Dream of the Tree of Life, and we had the kids draw a picture of it together.

Here is a way over due, yet awesome Christmas photo from when I was still in Silver City. From left: Elder Thomas, Elder Bangerter, Elder Wilcox, Captain Awesome, Elder Stephenson (my companion at the time).

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