First of all, thank y'all for all the wonderful emails! It was so hard to read them all and not be able to tell you that my Pday is. But because I have an ipad, I can read my emails everyday I just can't reply...so email me anytime, multiple times throughout the week if you want and I can read them and I'll reply !
Wow, what a week!!!night, our devotional in the MTC was given by Elder Nash of the seventy and he talked about the plan of salvation and it really helped me to be able to apply any person's needs to the plan of salvation. It was really neat and a really good talk. Then we packed all night!!!
Meeting the wardwas so awesome! Our ward is about 75% Tongan people! And a majority of the rest of the people are Hispanic. So lots of culture here :) I'm like the whitest one haha! But I love the ward. The Tongan people are hilarious and SO loving! I love it! We went to ward council and apparently last year, the 1st ward (my ward) got 25 baptisms, so they made a goal to get 30 baptisms this year. We are only at 8 so far. We are really struggling. And 1st ward needs a LOT of help. Most people are inactive or in part member families or other stuff like that.
Here is how I would sum up my feelings about Missouri:
3. more love
I honestly love it here so much!! And I'm so happy! I love y'all!
|The 27 missionaries that all headed to Independence on June 24, 2015|
|In front of the Independence Visitor's Center|
|Sister Christiansen and Sister Moss "work station"|
|Sister Moss and her trainer, sister Christiansen in front of the Christus at the Visitors Center|
|The road that leads to the house where Sister Moss lives-love all the trees!|
|The Kansas City Missouri Temple|