|Elder Ludlow, Elder Romero, (President and Sister Baird), |
Sister Rogers and Sister Ishihara
|Do think there are any butterflies in stomachs right now?|
|How can two sister missionaries who have traveled all day|
look so beautiful?
|Sister Rogers and Elder Ellsworth, one of our AP's.|
|Sister Rogers, left, and Sister Hunt|
Sister Hunt loves to work. She also finds that music energizes
her mind and spirit. And she enjoys a sincere conversation.
While she loves to read, she finds that reading the scriptures
consistently is simply a feeling that can't be replicated
with other literature or philosophy.
|Elder Ludlow, left, with Elder Schade|
Notice Elder Schade's huge smile. It makes a lot of people happy.
He loves being out of doors and also plays the piano.
He knows from experience that prayer is a powerful tool.
|Elder Romero, center, with his trainer Elder Dinkel on left,|
and Elder Gates on right (a threesome!)
From the great city of Provo, Utah, we get to have Elder Jose Romero.
He is the youngest of 7 children and says his mother is an
incredible woman. Elder Romero loves to rock climb, hike, bike,
canoe and swim. He loves a physical challenge, but he especially
loves getting to know people better when he spends time with
them outdoors. He has had many wonderful spiritual experiences
and is grateful for leaders who have taught him great things.
Elder Dinkel has a great smile that shows his enthusiasm for
the work. He knows lots of words and loves to use the big ones.
Not everyone gets to train two people at once.
At the time of this blog post, Elder Gates has only been
in the mission for three months. His trainer, Elder Dinkel
says he's already very good with his kanji, takes part
in lessons effectively, and is willing to share his great
musical talent. But the best thing is he is perfectly obedient.