A new member family invited us to breakfast and when we got there our
minds were blown. Robson's mining world was a mining town turned
museum of western everything. The place was out of one of grandpas
stories. Old wagon from the revolutionary war, an opera house, piles
on piles of blacksmith equipment, a wedding chapel overlooking the
Saguaro cactus forest, and sheds full of undiscovered treasures.
Goldmine for book writing or western films. And they want to help
teach investigators in Aguila, just 10 minutes to the south.
When we were driving out to the branch night, we ran into a
storm about 15 minutes from Aguila. Desert storms are the coolest to
watch from a distance. At one point we saw lightning strike 10 feet in
front and 5 feet behind our car, a sign to us that we are being
watched over. Thank you for your prayers on our behalf. They really
With the revamped help of the ward, we're visiting every Spanish
member who has gone less active. They've received us pretty well, all
of them try to feed us-now if they could just come to church! Several
families are getting close to coming back, we can feel it right around
the corner. This would mean several baptisms as well since children
have turned 9 after leaving. All good things.
we are going on an all day split with the new senior couple
assigned to the branch, president Bohlen, and brother Erekson to find
everyone on our lists. We're looking forward to it because out there,
it's sometimes more helpful to have coordinates than an address, plus
they discourage the missionaries to drive up and down washes which is
necessary in Salome. We'll get to go to places we usually wouldn't be
able to. This new couple has such a fire in them that's needed here.
Don't forget to help someone cross the street today… or make your bed.
Personalize it :)