Friday, 21 July 2017

578 Days Completed ...Week 14 in Lapeer

     This week has been good. It was an awesome preparation day last week. We spent it with a member playing all types of games, truly a great time. 

     This week has gone by fast, some of the highlights of the week include but are not limited to... we did service for and investigator and it was lots of fun and after the fact he fed us lots of salad and it was good! Next highlight of the day was that evening we went out with Mike, an RM in the ward. We visited some less actives and afterwards he took us out to Sonic for ice cream. It was a great day. 
     
     Next highlight I shall include is district meeting. That was a fun time! The district leader and his companion were late but when they got there we had a great meeting, then we had lunch with Mike. Next highlight was dinner that day as we had pizza with the former ward mission leaders family and they are great!

     Another highlight was the service Thursday morning at Habitat for Humanity. That was fun and good. Later that evening we had dinner with Mike and that was a highlight.  Also another highlight of the day was cookie visits. They were good with some success again. 

     One unfortunate highlight was this morning Mike left us... he left to Tennessee for GOOD. That evening we volunteered at the Soup kitchen and then had dinner with an investigator at a restaurant. It was great, I had Alfredo with spinach and mushrooms in it, really unique. These both were some highlights of the week!

     Saturdays highlights were that we got a new investigator who is willing to listen as we help her around the yard. And the last highlight of the day was I made some BBQ Chicken drumsticks and they were amazing! I got 3 pounds for $1.66 it was great!!!!

     On Sunday the highlight was Church. Then an hour drive to teach a member the restoration and also today was 578 Days Completed! 

     While these were the main HIGHLIGHTS OF MY WEEK  one insight from a study I had this week was  " Effective daily study must always begin with prayer. Study is an act of faith requiring the use of personal agency. Our gospel study is most effective when you are taught by the Holy Ghost. Always begin your gospel study by praying for the Holy Ghost to help you learn. He will bring knowledge and conviction that will bless your life and allow you to bless the lives of others. Your faith in Jesus Christ will increase. Your desire to repent and improve will grow." (Preach my Gospel)

Lots of Love
Elder Rodgers



Elder Rodgers & Elder Shultz

Saying bye to Mike

Elder Shultz, Mike, Elder Rodgers

My steak and eggs breakfast

Sunset in MI

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