The Lord is keeping us busy and blessing us abundantly

Elder Reinstein Week 48

Elders Keck and Reinstein, together (briefly) once again!

Elders Keck and Reinstein, together (briefly) once again!

The week was fantastically busy. We had Zone Conference, we sent a missionary home, and we have a baptism and marriage this week.

The Lord is keeping us busy and blessing us abundantly, thus I have no time to write more.

See the pics of a baptism we attended, Zone Conference and the Branch Christmas Party.

Also check out the cool photo Elder Poyfair took of us in the area.

 

The following is an excerpt from a year-end letter written by President and Sister Kretly, from the Mozambique Maputo Mission:

“I’m glad to announce that by the end of this year the mission will achieve the land mark of 500 complete families baptized.

Besides that we have sent the paper work to the Church Headquarter to apply for the first two stakes in Mozambique. One in Maputo City (Capital)  and another in Beira City (central of the Coutry and second largest city in our mission). Please, we would like to have your prayers and if this is the will of our Heavenly Father,  this miracle can happen in our mission and finally Mozambique have their first Stake.

As you all know, in order to that happen, many miracles happened and your missionary are part of that. A lot of hard work, faith and obedience has made this possible. I believe that in other missions there are also great missionaries but not greater than the ones in Maputo Mozambique Mission. They are really extraordinary missionaries! We love them and we are blessed to have them here as a part of our lives.”

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2 thoughts on “The Lord is keeping us busy and blessing us abundantly

  1. We need a “Like, with reservations” button for the length of his email. I guess you guys got to speak with him on Christmas.

  2. Yes, we did. I had to add some content in, just to make it worth posting. I enjoyed your comments about the change in how missionaries write about themselves to about the work and people they are serving.

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