Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Teaching and questions

So I've told you now about our new investigator. We thought it was a little strange when he came out of nowhere and started asking questions about the Church. That just NEVER happens, unless someone wants to practice their English skills.

Wait. There's more to come about this particular investigator.

On a completely different note, we made it through transfers once again! I have at least another six weeks with Sis. Green!

Our new mission president wants us to keep in shape and "lengthen our stride," so at the transfers we all meet at the mission home and run. It's kind of cool, but I'm glad it's only every six weeks!

We're kind of in the middle-ish back. Ish.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Mysterious happenings

We usually don't hear much about politics or the government, so it was kind of unusual to hear people talking about — can I say his name? — the Dear Leader up North. Apparently he hasn't been seen for some time, and that worries people who pay attention to such things.

In the meantime, the work here continues to go well. The weather has settled down and it's turning into a beautiful fall! I love it here! I love the people! I don't even want to think about going home in a few months! There's still so much to do!

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Good to go!

*Let's go!
Being able to reread talks from General Conference really helps me get excited about doing the work — even if things are miserable outside, I can still be happy inside!

Friday, October 17, 2014

Speak your language

Fall is here, and things are awesome in Daegu! We've been studying the talks from General Conference, thanks to some quick downloads from It's fun to hear the things we missed the first time! It's all so amazing and really strengthens my faith!

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Gift of tongues

I asked Sis. Green what she thought of General Conference, and she really liked it — what she could understand, that is. I can TOTALLY relate...from my experience just a year ago.

One thing that I thought was really cool was the people who spoke in their native languages (even though what we heard was Korean). But still, the idea that they did that was chemi. It shows we really are a worldwide Church!

My favorite was Pres. Uchtdorf's talk from Priesthood (yes, we got to listen to that session too!). It was really powerful and really made me think. I hope it isn't me!

I can't wait to see the Liahona or the Ensign to read all the talks again.