Monthly Archives: September 2014

High Hopes

This week was the last week in the fastest transfer of my mission so far. Time is just the strangest thing. I am not sure if I will ever get used to it. Sometimes the days seem like weeks and … Continue reading

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With joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of salvation – Isiah. 12:3

This week had an interesting start. Tuesday after our district meeting I went to trade in some of my personal money for some Ghanaian Cedis at a place not too far from where we had our meeting. After we walked … Continue reading

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Tuning Time to Tema

I am sorry that I don’t have much time to write letters. I am not sure you will get to hear of all of my experiences until I am home. Our work-days in Ghana are much longer than in Liberia … Continue reading

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Cool School

I am enjoying working with Elder Jorgensen. He is a fun guy. In a lot of ways he is like me. I find it easy to talk with him and easy to teach with him. We both have similar attitudes … Continue reading

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Banku like Fufu

This week went well. We started the week with no power and a water problem. We got both of them fixed within the week so now all is back to working order. In our apartment here we don’t see rodents … Continue reading

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