"But ye, brethren, be not weary in well doing."
President Thomas S. Monson once stated, "In this world in which we live, there is a tendency for us to describe needed change, required help, and desired relief with the familiar phrase, "They ought to do something about this."
We fail to define the word they. Instead we should be saying say, "Let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with me."
One more trip to the storage shed to pick up the necessary supplies to furnish a new home for the Elders to create our own little peace on earth.
June 6, 2017 Mission Leadership Council
Elder "Fix It" repairing a broken doorknob in Burley
It was time for missionary home inspections in the Rupert Zone
Elder Marin and Elder LeFevre in Malta
Elder Gutierrez and Elder Conner in Albion
Elder Posadas and Elder Ruesch in Declo
Elder Saunders and Elder Castellano in Rupert
Sister Somppi and Sister Hansen in Rupert
Elder Wade and Elder Yarber in Emerson
Elder Malone and Elder Roy in Paul
Super stars every one of them!
"My boys" packing up Megan and Kahlen and preparing for a long drive to our sons first CHP assignment in Santa Cruz
I am not a fan of change, but I know it is because I tend to focus on what I have to give up, instead of what I have to gain. The silence in our house is deafening with them gone, but we are excited for Steve, Megan and Kahlen's new adventure and wish them the very best.
It is certain to be another busy week and if the weather would cooperate (it is currently raining with lightening strikes :() we might be able to get everything done.
Wishing you a great week of well doing!