This week has been a very interesting week. I am now in Arkansas City.
Monday we had time to email and then we went over to the Sudekums and talked with them and then went out to visit Sister Gregert. Then we had dinner with Bishop Porter and bishop came out with us after dinner. We were able to see a few members of the ward.
Tuesday we had to take the car into the body shop and then we rode with the senior couple to Wichita for district meeting. Then we had time to stop by the mission office on the way back to Wellington. Then we stopped in Bell Plain and saw some members and then had dinner.
Wednesday we had time to work with the Sudekums. We went down to Anthony and tried everyone that lives down in that neck of the woods. We were able to have a great time and meet several members that have not been seen in several years. Then we had dinner with Sister Mock and had cake because it was Elder Sudekums Birthday. And we had the Scripture study class.
Thursday we had time to get ready for the movie night and prepare the building for the ward movie night. Then we had dinner with the Stamps and then saw Sister Shaw.
Friday we had zone training in Wichita. We left at 8 Am and were up in Wichita until 1:30. Then we drove back to Wellington and set up the chairs and projector for the movie night. Then we went to pick up the car. When we got there you could still see the hail damage so we left it to have them work on it more. Then we had dinner and started the popcorn. We had 32 members there. 5 of them are less active in the ward. Even the bishop came. In the beginning he didn't want to be there but after the video he truly liked it. We showed “17 Miracles.”
Saturday we the Aps called and told me I was getting transferred to Arkansas City. The set of missionaries were not getting a long so I was sent to be with Elder Nicholes. This was an interesting day of packing and unpacking and moving.
Sunday we had church in the Arkansas City branch. It was good because we had lots of people there. Then we had dinner with the England family in Winfield. Then we saw a few Spanish people.
Thanks for every thing.
Picture is of the Sudekums and Elder de Jong and Elder Allen.