Monthly Archives: April 2014

A day in the Life: Sister Clawson– pioneer

One day in the life of Sister Clawson For those of you who wonder what kind of experiences one can expect from a mission and the type of growth an individual receives…let me give you a day in the life … Continue reading

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Transfer week

This has already been, and will be a crazy week for us. It is transfer week. With Terri being assigned “General” and responsible to make sure all of the transfers go off without a problem, PLUS we have people here … Continue reading

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Mwembila Open House After Action Report

From our time serving aboard the USNS Mercy, we learned to complete an ‘after action report’ to gather information about the good and bad things involved in any event. There is the planning, the actual doing, then the after action … Continue reading

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Misc

Bags that women are now making, and selling to aid in supporting their families– a legacy that will carry on due to Sister Wright Typical well and water tank we are installing in various missionary apartments. If they have occasional … Continue reading

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Easter in Mwembila Ward

Easter in Mwembia We went to church at the new Mwembila Ward today just to see how many new people would come. Priesthood was first: When they asked all those who were here for the first time to stand, over … Continue reading

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Mwembila Open House

Mwembla Open House Saturday was the Open House for Mwembila Ward. After about 18 months of work their new building is finally open and ready for use. I had suggested to the Stake President to have an open house and … Continue reading

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Pre-Transfer mania

Terri and I have been very busy. Since we are the only senior missionaries who can drive now, both of us are constantly taking people places. Terri is now a bonafide ‘Congo Taxi Driver’ as she goes out on her … Continue reading

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