Monday, January 21, 2013


Why hello there!

How are you doing this great wonderful day! Happy Martin Luther King and Barrack Obama day...Well anyways this week was just great! We had a lot of success and saw a lot of miracles.

For one miracle, we finally got a ward mission leader! We are quite excited about that! We think that he will do a great job. This week we have also been focusing ourselves in and sharing it with others. It really is such a great tool! It is such an easy way to share the gospel and help others understand and know the truth.

Thursday was just a great day, lets start out from the beginning. Well in the morning we had a zone conference with Presidente Carreon which was just great. Once again it was mainly focused on working with the members and leaders. Then later, we had lunch with a less active family and we set a baptismal date for 2 boys age 10 in the family that aren’t baptized. Later, we got ready and headed up to the church for the baptism of Lily and finished decorating the cake that we made, and then had just a great baptism! Which was incredibly attended. We had over 60 people in attendance. which was awesome! The baptism went great! Such a strong spirit there. It was incredible! Lily also brought some of her friends, a family, that is golden! They have been reading the Book of Mormon every night for like 3 months and never have gone to church.. Until yesterday!

Other miracles this week was that we had 7 people in church!

Honestly I just love being a missionary. I love being able to help people come unto Christ.

Yesterday we had an incredible experience where we were with a less active who is passing through some very tough stuff right now and Elder Lundberg shared a scripture with him that completely changed everything.

I know that we have a loving Heavenly Father who cares for and knows personally each and everyone of us. I am so thankful for the chance to be here. I love missions!

I hope you all have a great week. Remember who you are. Remember that you have a Father who loves you. Remember that you are each a prince or princess to a King. I love you all!

Elder Tommy Anderson

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