Tuesday, September 8, 2015

We Had Transfers This Week!

Elder Gammell & Elder Wright
BBQ at the end of fast Sunday always brings a big smile haha.
September 8, 2015

Dear Family & Friends,

We had transfers this week!! I am staying in Carmichael again. My new companion is Elder Ross. He's from Willard, Utah. He has been out for just over a year. He likes to play soccer. He is diabetic. I can already tell we are going to get along really well. So I am excited for these next 6 weeks. Elder wright is going home this week so he is hanging out with us until tomorrow. He's been one of my favorite companions. We became really good friends and it's been cool to serve with him.

We had a lot of things going on this week! We had zone training so that took up a big portion of our week. It's crazy how much planning goes in to a 2 hour training haha. It is always cool to see when things come together and also when the spirit guides it in ways that you didn't plan on. We were really focusing on becoming The Masters Finders and The Masters Teachers. I learned so much from it as we looked at how Jesus Christ taught and the example he set for us. It will be cool to see the blessings that come to us as we try to become more like him in all we do as missionaries.

?, Tom, Elder Wright,
Kimberly and Elder Gammell
We were able to go on a temple tour this week with couple of our investigators. We took Kimberly who is going to be baptized on September 26th! And also Tom who is from Mongolia. We found him a couple weeks ago and have been able to teach him several times. They both had a great time. It is so cool to be able to take them to the temple to feel of the spirit and peace that is there. Kimberly felt so good while she was there and she can't wait until she can go inside. It was awesome to hear that from her!

We had a BBQ the other night in front of our Bishops house. It was so cool! There was like 15 non-members there. It was cool to just be able to introduce ourselves to them. Everyone had a good time and I feel like we will get some teaching opportunities soon from it! Keep you posted on it.

Love you all so much!!

-Elder Gammell

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