What exactly are you going to do on your mission?
I have accepted the calling to be a missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints so that I may share the gospel to those who are yearning to know of the truth of the gospel. I have answers to questions that people don't even know to ask. I am going to tell people where we came from, why we are here, and where we are going. I will explain to everyone that will listen why Christ is the center of the Plan of Happiness and why the Atonement that Jesus Christ has provided for us is necessary for our salvation.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Transfer


Companion = Elder Swenson from Kaysville, UT
Now in Evans, GA, in the Martinez ward
Ward = great
People = great
White-washed in, no investigators (still), two potentials, some former investigators, we have a lot of work ahead of us to do.
Ward just called a ward mission leader yesterday, still an awesome ward though.
The Work is moving forward.
I get to bike a lot here (no car) compared to my last area that was huge and a long way from any other missionaries where I drove (I was the designated driver the whole time) at least 7,000 miles over the past 6 months.
Rain is not quite as bad when it's not freezing cold at the same time.
Georgia Macon mission is opening back up July 1st and is taking the Augusta, GA stake that I'm currently in. If I'm still here, then I'll be in a new mission.

Love you all, sorry for the shorter letter, pressed for time.

Elder Benjamin Ray Walker