Sunday, April 26, 2015

Stripling Warriors

Dear Family and friends we wanted to continue with our month.

This is our really cute Phalaborwa Airport.  Many travelers that are coming for the game drives fly into here.  It is really fun.
Our young Elders work so hard that sometimes they just wear a big hole in their pants.  Here is Elder Laminie with his pants that he split open when he jumped over some water to get in to visit a member of our branch.

Here we are with some of our first Elders, Elder Loveless, Elder Masuka. Elder Ryan and Elder H from Texas.
Here is Elder Max.  We did not get him for very long.  He is a wonderful missionary.
Here is Elder Garnica from Mexico City.  He loved the salad.
Elder Cazier and Elder Hepworth.  We had gone to a funeral at the top of the mountain.
Elder Downs and Elder Perkins making food in out flat.
Our first Zone Leaders.
Two of our Elders getting transferred.  Elder Cazier and Elder Loveless.

The Sunday before transfers we get together and have a treat and sign each others books and of course take pictures.  We love these young men.  They are great and we have a hard time saying "goodbye".
Elder Cummings. Elder Perkins, Elder Olson, Elder Garnica, Elder Davies, Elder Wilkerson.

Thanksgiving with Turkey and everything!

Sweet Potatoes (yellow) and pink and white marshmellows (they are all pink and white).

This was district meeting and our team won.

Elder Kzoa

Elder Bryner

Elder Clegg holding a bush baby.

This is our transfer.  We love our Elders. They all have a great desire to do the Lord's work and are dedicated.  Thank you to them!!!
This has been for all of those wonderful mothers who read this blog.  Thank you for your sons and we will close for now.
Sala Habootsie
Hurrah for Israel
Elder and Sister Campbell
Johannesburg South AFrica Mission


  1. Thank you for all the wonderful pictures. Elder Bryner really misses everyone in Motupa. Thank you for all that you do. I'm so grateful that he got to serve there and meet you both.

  2. I know how hard it is to say good-bye to elders. We especially noticed that on our first mission when we were proselyting missionaries right along with them. When they leave they take a piece of your heart with them!

    1. It sure is!!!! What a blessing to see them teach!!!