Occasionally we bring the mission leaders to Tallahassee for our monthly council. This time we had two visitors from the Missionary Department come train us, and then begin a pilot program using a giant chalkboard to start conversations. We spoke with a lot of people on FSU campus.
By far our largest zone, these conferences generate a lot of energy. Together, we learn how better to use Adjusting to Missionary Life.Creative training, putting together a puzzle….The goal is to make your companion touch his own thigh. A twist on arm wrestling. It got intense.
Everyone was happy in Alabama. Sister Hugie’s creative exercise ideas sparked some healthy competition.
We didn’t have a building we could use in the Panama City Stake, so that also forced our hand in combining these two zones for conference. It was a great time together!
Here they go again. We have such love for our missionaries! It’s nice to relax with them for a bit before we send them flying off to their bright futures. They are so prepared for what awaits! The only thing that makes this tolerable is that we will see them again. stay in touch, everyone.
Twenty one of our former missionaries returned in October to help with the hurricane cleanup. They had many great adventures, including meeting Pres. Oaks and Elder Bednar. It was also great to see them again! At a rest stop in Utah. Just getting started. The white car on the right is a mission car that … More Visitors from the West
Due to scheduling issues we combined zones in this round. Sister Hugie had us up and doing, and Sister Smith brought out the hula hoops to help us learn how to use Adjusting to Missionary Life.