Monday, November 8, 2010
A wonderful P-day activity: the sisters learned to
make Lasagna and a craft project to teach the
sisters in their areas and wards.
Enjoying the fruits of our labor - lunch -
(L to R) Hnas. Perez, Park, Benavides, Angel,
Rubio, President, Hnas. Ralph, Rio, Robles and Vicen.
Hnas. Ramos, Moeai, Rizo, Zapet, Padilla, Lozano
A quick craft project - flower pins
Great missionaries pose for one last in the mission...
Adios to our finest...(L to R) Elders Zepata,
Winters, Melville, Gaido, Crosby, Long, Hautau,
Misini, Martinez, Rodriguez, Johnson, Tadeo,
Douglas, Dailey and Hna. Earl
Bienvenidos a los Nuevos... (L to R) Elders
Pena, Daily, Durfey, Wolfgramm, Forbush, Hna.
Perez, Elders Hall, Martin, Turner, Cardona,
Queveda, Adams, Trejo and Turcios.
Role playing and practice teaching are always
a part of zone conference...
Zone leaders, Elders Tax and Davis - a very
creative approach to their workshop.
Elders Burgos, Milburn, Carrasco and Udall
serve lunch to Elders Barber, Carlson, Zeigler
Zone leaders Elder Bejar and Jacobs employ
the basketball skills of Elder Hatch to drive
home the point of ignoring distractions.
Matching Corte ties from the Patzicia district in the
mountains. Front (L to R) Elders Guevara,
De la Cruz, Gonzales, (Back) Elders Hautau,
Rodriguez, Calona, Ratelle, Lontine
Elders in the coast wear vivid colored ties - (L to R)
Elders Zelaya, Lewis, Sosa, Whitehead, Cano,
Gardner, Allen, Black and Johnson
President's favorite - a striped tie for sure!
Front (L to R) Elders Montoya, Romero, Ayala,
Burgos. (Back) Elders Milburn, Fuimaono, Hatch
Calta, Musick and Gutierrez.
Our senior couples, the Sandbergs and the Cranneys
find creative ways to travel. They are the best.
Mail call in the mountain zones...
What determined elders! Elder Vilchez and Elder
Pelico both had surgery the week before zone
conferences and they were great young men of
strength to be at the conference!
Mail call in the City zones...
Our Chimaltenango zone leaders, Elder Lowry
and Elder Judd, work well with their priesthood
leaders. Together, they planned a very creative
activity to confront a challenge Central American
Missions have - couples who want to be baptized,
but are not married. A wedding reception!
Each investigator couple had their picture taken
in front of the wedding cake.
A delicious dinner took place after two of the
thirty couples were married. Priesthood leaders
spoke on the importance of marriage to the family.
The married couples had their special dance and
then dancing by all completed the night.
Kudos to these great elders and their priesthood