Sunday, June 22, 2014

A Little Bit of This and a Little Bit of That

It's time to play catch-up on events that didn't make it into the spotlight in previous blogs!!! 

You can't beat a good service project!

One of those Indiana thunder storms.
Our District as of June 18th. Who knows what will happen when transfers are announced tomorrow morning? :/
'Relaxing' at Hamilton Lake.

Elder Carson and Elder Clare waving from a member's pier at Ball Lake (one of the 101 lakes of Steuben County!)

And now for a little family news...from Texas...
Our Erin was baptized on June 14th. We are soooo proud of her!
Fifty-three days after he was born, and five days before his due date, Baby Mac went home. (We can't wait to meet him next week!)

Friday, June 13, 2014

Moments of Missionary "Adventures"

Our missionaries have adventures, too. They just don't get to leave the mission boundaries! Haha. Like...last week we went bowling.

This was also the week of our Stake's Mini-Missions. Each set of Elders or Sisters was given their very own 'mini' to care for all week. Ours was great and, hopefully, he got a feel for what missionaries really do.
Elder Carson and Elder Clare welcome Brother Miller!

District Meeting

Friday, June 6, 2014


"Go to the Ohio; and there I will give unto you my law; and there you shall be endowed with power from on high." (D&C 38:42)

We recite this as part of our mission scripture at all of our meetings, so it was truly a special opportunity to visit Historic Kirtland with the other Senior Missionaries this week. Thank you, President Porter! We had a great time!

       Elders Little, Mac, and Walker at the                                                John Johnson Farm Home, Hiram, Ohio.                                                                 

                                                                                              Site of the Isaac Morley Farm

                                               Dinner at Smokey Bones

Newel K. & Elizabeth Ann Whitney Home


                                                              Johnson Inn

Before we left, the missionaries gathered in the balcony of the Visitor's Center and sang their mission song.