Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Today has been a very long day. It began this morning at 0500! We arose, showered, ate breakfast and then drove up to North Augusta to the Mitton home where we had the opportunity to teach two young ladies their seminary lesson. It covered Acts 3-5. We covered the principle of healing and how it is accomplished through faith and priesthood power. We also discussed how this tremendous miracle helped spread the gospel and make an opportunity for the leaders of the Jews to hear the word and the testimony of Peter and John.

After the lesson, Elder Gowans gave Sister Mitton a blessing to assist her in her continuing battles of life.

From there we picked up Elder and Sister Berry and together we drove up to Columbia to attend our quarterly couples conference. As always we had an enjoyable experience. We discussed many of the problems and concerns couples encounter while serving their missions and some of the solutions that others have used to over come them.

We are thankful to hear that our sister-in-law, Sharon Gowans, is doing well after the discovery of a brain tumor. She will always be in our prayers.
 After the conference ended, we headed over to the mission home for a great dinner.
 A table for six, please!
 The hot chocolate bar.
 Our MTC friends, Elder and Sister Wakefield, they are at Shaw AFB
 Elder and Sister Berry
 Hmmm, who could this be?
 President and Sister Holm

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