Our last Sunday in St Martin

Terri and I had a busy Sunday– our last day in St Martin. I had been asked to speak (Terri had been asked to speak a week before), and I also had to teach the Priesthood lesson. Terri played the organ and also taught the youth Sunday School class. It was a great way to close out our service.

Since President Herrington was also speaking, I kept my talk short– just bearing my testimony of the power of the Priesthood and the truth of the Gospel.

The closing hymn was touching, and Terri gave the closing prayer– a tough emotional time for us both.

Priesthood was on the family.


During opening of Priesthood one of the investigators (who is planning to be baptized in October) asked for time to speak to the Priesthood. He gave some touching remarks about the time I have spent with him (I often gave him rides to church activities).

At the end of church Terri and the other sisters got one last picture taken:


That evening there was a Fireside on the Book of Mormon. Afterward, we went home to finish packing and get ready to leave early the next morning.

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