This week has been great. We have had fun and transfers and service.
Monday we had dinner with the Laurences. We were able to help him load a cow into his trailer so he could take it next door to have it mate with the neighbors animals. We had fun helping him.
Tuesday Elder Shaeffer packed and got ready to leave. When Elder Shaffer was packing I cleaned the house and got things ready for Elder De Jong. Then we went to Wellington and saw a few people and then we home to get a few things for the rest of the night. When Elder Shaeffer was at the end of town a cop pulled him over and he got a $170 dollar ticket for going 43 in a 20 mile zone. Then we had dinner with Sister Mock and attended her scripture study class.
|Elder Shaffer and Elder Allen|
Wednesday we had time to clean house again and then drive to Wichita. In Wichita we had a music talent show and then the transfer devotional. President Bell has a rap he sang and other missionaries preformed. We also had lunch and left back to Wellington. We then mowed the Maxwell’s lawn and had dinner with the Maxwells. Then we had time to meet with the Sudekums.
Thursday we helped Brother Brundage take down the ceiling in their garage. Then we helped a less active find out why his electrical wasn't working in his new trailer. It ended up that the neutral wire was broken from the power pole to the house. The city came and fixed it when we were there. Then we had dinner with the Rinehart family. Then we saw other less actives.
Friday we visited people in Anthony and Harper. Had no luck catching people home in Harper. Then we went to Anthony and found lots of people home. We were able to see Suzi Trotter. When we got there she explained how she wanted a blessing for her back and before her move. This was nice to be able to see someone that needed our help. Then we had dinner with Sister Boese. Sister Boese is active but her husband in not a member. We had a great time with them and getting to know him and learning about his experiences with the church.
Saturday we did some electrical for Brother Brundage. We then time to visit less actives out in the middle of no where. It ended up being no house were the GPS put us. Then we went to dinner with the Taylor family and had coordination meeting with the senior couple.
Sunday we had church and meetings. Church was small and no investors. We also had a mission Presidents devotional in Newton, Kansas. The senior couple took us up to Newton and it ended up that President Bell was not able to make it. It ended up being regular devotional for recent converts. We ended up get home at 10:30 pm after a long day.
This week has been great. Elder De Jong is from Utah and is Spanish speaking and came from Park City. He has been out for 6 months and went to the Mexico MTC. Thanks for all the Mail and Emails.
Love Elder Andrew Allen.
Picture is of the Spanish Elders in Wichita and Wellington Elders.