Monday, January 14, 2013

Writing Missionaries

Bonjour! Comment allez-vous? Je suis tres bon. 

Sometimes I teach myself French at work.  I'm getting paid to study. BEST. JOB. EVER. 

Anywho,  welcome to the start of a brand new, beautiful, warm, sunny week.  If you're in Tahiti.  If you're living in Cache Valley you're in for a wonderful week with the average morning temperatures in the negative teens. HOLLA! 

While I was teaching myself my purpose as a missionary in French (see Preach My Gospel chapter one, memorize it).  I had a fantastic email send to me.  

I met a girl named Kelli my very first day of college. I was hauling all my stuff up to my new room and she was in the parking lot helping anyone who needed help.  Later I discovered she was in my Honors Public Speaking class and we became friends.  She's such a sweet girl, and she is going to be a fantastic missionary.  She was called to the Cleveland  Ohio mission and left last week.  

Well I was forwarded a copy of the email she sent to her family, and I was so glad I did.  Reading emails from missionaries are not only helpful, but they make you feel so good.  You're actually able to communicate personally with a servant of the Lord.  It's amazing.  And it made me really regret all the friends I've sent on missions but never wrote to.  This might be a tad selfish, but I think writing them would have been more for my benefit than theirs.  

So... When I leave make sure to write me.  *wink* *wink* 

Really though, find a missionary and send them a letter this week.  You don't even have to know them.  Just get out there, spend a few cents on a stamp to speak to the Lord's mouthpiece.  Start your week off right.  

If you need help finding a missionary to write to, shoot me an email.  I have some Elders and Sisters who would LOVE to hear from anyone. 


Keep an eye open for our Sister Missionary feature.  It'll be fantastic, you won't want to miss it!

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