Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Struggles Continue

As transfer week continues, the struggles to do the simplest things continue also. For much of the week we have had no internet, or very poor internet (which really makes the work of the President difficult, as most of the … Continue reading

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Transfer week begins!

As usual, anything that can happen will happen, during transfer week. This week we have been without power and water for most of the time (fortunately we have a generator for use at the Mission Home), but we have had … Continue reading

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The mice will play…

There is the old saying: when the cat is away the mice will play! Well…. We all went out to dinner at our favorite Indian restaurant while the President and Sister Thomas were up north eating dry chicken with Elder … Continue reading

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Overtime

Part of the reason for looking back at our mission is that today is our official ‘go home’ day (it says so right on my official called to the ministry card I have to keep on me: 25 February 2013 … Continue reading

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Sisters and their…shoes

Today we moved the two Sister Training Leaders from the Annex behind the Mission Office to the new Lubumbashi apartment. This apartment is set-up like a dorm, with 18 beds, so that when we have transfers and a lot of … Continue reading

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A few choice memories

Thought I would go through my pictures and bring out some choice memories of our time here (in no particular order: This is a picture of my son’s celebration of his wedding to Jackie, with their son (our grandson)┬áLogan. It … Continue reading

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The Ellis’ Arrive

Sister Thomas speaking (in French!) to the missionaries. President Thomas is in back, along with Brother and Sister Ellis. Brother Ellis speaking with the missionaries (using one of the Assistants as an interpreter)   The Missionaries take a short break, … Continue reading

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