Monday, 12 September 2016

Labor Day for the Lord ...Week 12 in Monroe

   Labor Day (Last Monday) was fantastic, a member of the ward took us up to the stake picnic in Plymouth and that was great. All the missionary's were there and tons of people from the stake. I played flag football while Elder Musich sat on the side lines (His back would not allow games), and that was lots of fun! And so much food was provided, in all it was a great day!  Not the usual Labor Day because I could not watch the Labor Day Classic (football) but it was a Labor Day for the Lord. 

     The next day Elder Musich had to go to therapy and that was good for him. That evening we had the Book of Mormon class which was sweet! Then we had a lesson with our investigator and that was a sweet lesson, once he overcomes a few things he can be baptized, it is sweet!  He is super amazing. 

     The next day at District Meeting it was our last one with all of us "possibly", it was a great one! That night we went to a near by town to try and find some people and then came back for a lesson with an investigator. We had a great lesson as we reviewed goals for him! 

     Thursday we had an hour and a half of therapy, it was the last session so they took along time. Then a member who loves the missionary's took us all out to dinner and it was great and then we had a lesson with a returning member, went good.

     Friday was great, we got to do some super planning then a great day of some appointment's and finding and helping out at the soup kitchen.

     On Saturday I went on exchanges with Elder Clement in his area and we had a great lesson with a referral and put him on date for baptism. Then we had correlation and that night we got transfer calls... I am staying but my companion is packing - "hit the road jack"

     Sunday we had church and ward council and then there was a lunch at the church for a family who was leaving and then we had a dinner with a family and then said some goodbyes!  

Lots of Love Elder Rodgers

Sorry for the lack of pictures, I will do better

Our ward mission Leader and his family


Ouch! Another sore toe, came out of nowhere

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