|P-Day Bush Walk|
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Time is very short this day, but pictures say 1000 words so it makes up. I am doing well. I am still in Merimbula with Elder Osmeni. We are currently working with our investigators, but have only been able to visit with Gordon, the old man who wants to believe. We gave him a restoration video, and hopes are he sees it and then gets that faith and deeper desire.
Eve and Ben Daniel we'll hopefully see this upcoming week. We need to do more finding, and are going to really focus on hastening the work of the Lord. Especially with the current dangers that are brewing across the face of the earth, namely ISIS, which, don't worry I am perfectly safe and six to seven hours away from, I think the missionary work really needs to be hastened.
I am so excited to hear from the General Authorities when we have General Conference and I've been studying the current conference ensign, relating it to my patriarchal blessing, which has been really amazing. I know that the church is true, ever more, and I ever grow in that knowledge every day.
I love you, take care, and know that I know this is ever true and that my calling is ever worth it.
Love,Elder Justin Cederlof
Posted by lkc at 8:16 AM
Monday, September 15, 2014
By the way transfers coming up so will be on on Tuesday next week. It is great having Elder Osmeni as a chef, but a bummer because I have some tummy fat and that is just not acceptable for my coming home. Eve is recovering, and we hope that she will be well this upcoming week because we haven't been able to teach her for so stinkin' long. We are busy and there's great potential in the area. I was able to talk to Brother Shoobridge's friend named Lisa, who's the wife of Tom, and was able to talk about the plan of salvation. I think she's ready. Hopefully, we'll be at her mother's for dinner this week (her mom invited us which was pretty cool). Afterwards of teaching, Brother Shoobridge actually took her on a tour of the chapel, which was pretty awesome. We are stopping by today to invite them to an activity this weekend.
That's awesome to hear that the talk was good for Melissa and the audience, and awesome that Zach sent a video. I'll have to do a video sometime. As for the area, we only saw one investigator that just isn't seeing the need for a true church and it's kind of sad. We might drop him unfortunately. We were able to see two less actives and two came to church which was great, actually three ha. I'm loving the area and it will be sad when I leave. I love this area the most out of all of them so far.
I love you so much, and it's so amazing to think that now Melissa is baptized! It's great.
Elder J. Cederlof.
P.S. You are world's best mom ever still. And these photos are at an animal conservation place we do service at.
Posted by lkc at 6:22 AM
Sunday, September 7, 2014
|Elder Osmeni and the first snow I've seen in Australia - we were both super excited. |
It was on the way down to our area, Merimbula, from Canberra.
Posted by lkc at 8:58 PM
Monday, September 1, 2014
Posted by lkc at 6:58 AM