Saturday, March 19, 2016

One Man, One City, One Year

This week we had a zone conference and, like always, I liked it. We talked about the Missionary Conference: Teach repentance, and baptize converts, and also about the Sacrament. One thing was about how investigators shouldn't take the sacrament. But not just saying in the sacrament meeting, oh, you can't take that because you aren't a member. But that we need to explain that the sacrament is a renewing of the covenants we make at baptism, and being that they haven't made those covenants, they shouldn't take the sacrament. That way investigators understand that it's not just a thing we do, not just a snack, but that it is something very important that we do to keep ourselves clean before the eyes of God.

Then there is the big news. I AM ONE YEAR OLD.  In the mission that is.   I don't really know what more to say about it. I had my first and last Valentine's Day in the mission. 

Speaking of Valentine's Day... These are the Tlatelolco Lovers.  We went to the Ruins of Tlatelolco today. These bones were found hugging, one is male, the other female.

The Ruins

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