Saturday, March 30, 2013

This morning President and Sister Estep joined us again in a hunt for our AIT students. The ladies went to find Sister Poyur who has been here for a couple of weeks, but we had no contact information on her. They were successful in finding her and introducing themselves to her. The second sister they were able to visit was sister Bodley. She has been her for 5 weeks or so, but has never been able to come out. They committed her to come out and we will do all we can to make that happen.

President Estep and I found Brother McNeil and Brother Callahan. We also visited with Brother Ward, whose wife and daughter will be baptized in a week. We had a real good visit with all these young men. Brother Callahan is all by himself in his company, so it will be some work to get him out to church, but we have done it before and I'm sure we will be able to do it again.

Later in the day we were able to contact Brother Smith, another new fellow and had text contact with Brother Nation. We have had several new contacts lately and hope to be able to see to their spiritual needs.

Also this afternoon we attended a baptism of an 8 year old young lady in our ward and then attended a ward pot luck dinner to celebrate Easter and to welcome all the new families from the Fort into the ward.

Then later in the afternoon we went out to visit a newly baptized sister, Sister Holubec. She is in the Navy and so we wanted to get to know her; we also had attended her baptism a couple of weeks ago. She is very sweet and very excited about her membership in the church. She is looking forward to a great future in the church.

Here are some more photos from our trip to Charleston:

 From the center of the front yard looking at the house.
 From the center of the front yard looking at the front entrance.
 Decorative ironwork under the porch
 The side of the house.
 The crown molding.
 The formal dinning area.
 The front entrance way
 The drawing room.
 The stair case.
 A close up of the wood work around the front entrance way.
 Fire place and portrait of one of the ladies of the family.
 The candles are placed in front of the reflective mirror to add light to the room.

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