Wednesday, November 5, 2014


What a rollercoaster week I have had here in Bariloche. It has been full of emotions, picture taking, teaching, visiting, and planning. We had a family night on Monday with one of our investigators. It was so much fun. We played a game called ¿Quién soy? where we cut out pictures of the Ensigns of random objects. The point of the game is to hold the photo above your head without looking at it, and ask yes/no questions until you figure out what you are. The theme was that we are children of God, and we have a lot of other callings in this life too. They have a 4 year old, and she loved it, she thought it was so much fun. There was a lot of laughter, and we could feel the spirit. I am super grateful to be here to work with the Troncoso family. We are planning their wedding, that will take place in the chapel this week, and then Sabrina will be baptized on Saturday! It is all very exciting. (: We also have two other investigators that are promising as well. Ian is 11 and will be baptized on the 1st of November. and we have Joana, who didn´t come to church this week, so her baptism date fell, but she is prepared, and her life has been a bit complicated these last two weeks, but she knows she needs to come, so we are working with her this week too. We have really been focusing on faith and the basic things we do - reading, praying and church attendance - as we teach. We have found that these are the things people forget about, and their faith eventually fades out. It has been working really well so far, so I hope to continue this focus while I serve here in Argentina. Sabrina is getting married on WEdnesday and then baptized on saturday!!! keep her in your prayers (:(:(:(:(:
We have transfers this week, and Hermana Hendry is headed to Roca... it has been a very emotional week. I am very sad to see her leave, we have really hit it off these past 3 months and have accomplished a lot together here in Alto 1. I am also excited to meet my new companion, Hermana Llerena and work with her here. I ain´t scurred! The work goes on, and all we need to do is show our faith. The mission is truly the university of life, and full of blessings and miracles, as long as we are doing what we are supposed to, God will use us to our fullest potential. Thanks for everything you guys do! Love you all so much!!

Hermana Terry 

campanario! a picnic on the top of the Andes.. nbd.

the banner we made for sabrina and alan! supes cute, yah? (:

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