Things that make missionaries smile...
Elder Cabrera is greeted by four former sister missionaries from the Mexico Torreon Mission! Hermanas Martinez, Garcia, and Carpio served with us. The other sister served with the former president.
Actually getting rained on in Torreon!
Elders Jimenez, Chatu, and Lamb were caught in this downpour in Torreon's sister city of Gomez Palacio.
Sharing a bit of their mission experience with family nine months after their mission is over.
Elder Spencer Wallin with his parents and his sister Lizzy at the mission home.
Getting packages from home and sharing your Jelly Bellies with your friends!
Elder Shimata had a great time sharing with Elders Guevara, Reyes, Maldonado, Lomas, and Franco!
Greeting friends at interviews!
Elders Flores, Mills, Roman, and Grover--brothers in the mission.
Playing the game "Basta" at zone conference.
The zones from Zacatecas and Fresnillo play here! To play Basta, someone names a letter of the alphabet and teams must quickly write down a theme, a scripture reference, a question, and a committment and then yell "basta" first. (that means stop) They get points according to their answers and originality.
Getting suckers from Sister Clark and the Liahona magazine from church headquarters at interviews.
Elders Checketts, Ray, and Meza
Knowing that being a missionary is a once in a lifetime experience and that you should enjoy it while you can!
Elder Lomas only has seven weeks left to share the gospel message. He does it with joy!
President Clark and I feel so blessed to be able to work with these great young people as they share the message that the gospel of Jesus Christ has been restored through a prophet in these days. The light you see in their eyes is the light of Christ. If you want to find out more about their message, go to www.lds.org.