Monday, January 30, 2017

Just Run it Off

This week was pretty solid. Monday night we had a neat experience where we said a prayer to dedicate our area to the Lord for the next transfer. It was neat because we were up on the hill overlooking the Skive fjord and it was a clear starry night... pretty poetic place to do so and we both felt like this next transfer the Lord has some big plans! I also have been thinking about Elder Ballard's quote that "we must wear ourselves out in the service of the Lord... dull or slow moments are for dull of slow missionaries. So remember that sharp missionaries don't have them." That was something I wanted to really fulfill so I feel like my mental sacrifice to work even harder than I have before was heard because The Lord really gave us some reasons to be worn out haha its awesome. Yet another example of our righteous desires being fulfilled. I gotta start making sure that I am fully prepared for what i ask for or else it is kind of trying of like trying to take a bull for a walk :)

But here comes the recent news to you, from Skive:


Well Jimmi has taken it upon himself to be the best member missionary there ever was because he is still just on fire! He has been sharing the gospel left and right and is just so ecstatic that he can help others change their lives too. It it amazing to witness. For example, Jimmi and Vivi have a long time friend named M* that has had a similar path in life as they have had. Recently, circumstances (not actually sure what) made her decide to start fresh out in the area where Jimmi lives. Jimmi and Vivi decided to let her live with them until she was able to find her own house even though it is not an easy thing for them with Vivi being about ready to have her twins. But anyways, M* was pretty curios as to why there was a "warm and peaceful" atmosphere to their home. So Jimmi, in his best missionary imitation, said they could talk about it by sitting down, opening with a prayer, discussing and reading from the Book of Mormon, and then inviting her to find out for herself... When we got that text we were way hyped:) So he ended up setting an appointment for Saturday with her and then we had a great first lesson and she is really interested to find out for herself. So she came to church yesterday:) She told Jimmi on the way home that she felt a sort of swimming sensation in a good way when she took the sacrament. Jimmi told her that is the spirit and that he felt the exact same when he first came to chruch and started gaining his testimony. What a stud. If i were a missionary just arriving to the area I would think he had been a member for a longer time than a month! But yea, M* is doing well.

Also a fun experience, we went with Jimmi to meet a guy by a supermarket that Jimmi had promised a Book of Mormon. Apparently, Jimmi had had a deep talk with this man and told him that he once was in a similar situation (the guy is homeless) and that now his life had changed forever. Well, long story short, that guy didn't show but guess who pulled up in the parking spot next to us... Jimmi's landlord. And guess who has a cousin in the bishopric in Odense... Jimmi's landlord. And guess who invited us to come out to him sometime... yupp, Jimmi's landlord. We are seeing all sorts of blessings because of Jimmi haha so great.

We met with A* on Tuesday and had a stellar time. We taught about the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the spirit was definitely there. He is just such a cool guy! I could tell he was changed a bit from the last time we had met. He told us he had really thought a lot about his life and the spiritual side of it and said he thinks his could be the right thing for him. He said that everything fits together to perfectly right now, "like a hand in a glove." I thought to myself "you can say that again" because I've been experiencing that pretty much every day. But anyways, we invited him to be baptized and he said he would if he knows it is right :)  Thats what i love about the gospel... i don't have to do anything more than invite and then trust in the Lord.  If it were my job to persuade or convince someone to be baptized solely by my own power and knowledge, I would have probably quit and run away to the Bahamas or something. I think Heavenly Father has prepared him pretty well. We were supposed to meet with him on the beach and have a campfire lesson but he had to go take care some family situation or something. Good stuff though.

The Week:

We did a ton of finding and stuff this week. Overall the area is doing pretty swell. We found a couple new friends that would like to investigate what it is the crazy American missionaries have to say:)

This week about every third door thought we were Jehovah Witnesses... here is a dialogue from yesterday:

ME: Hi my friend and i are two Mormon missionaries. We were in the area today to....
THEM: Sorry I'm not interested... i give blood and everything.
ME: Oh hey cool. Me too
THEM: Wait isn't that like not allowed as a JW?
ME: Not sure, we are two Mormon missionaries.

Haha not sure if my accent makes Jehovah's Witness and Mormon sound like the same word... I mean love and respect for all faiths but I am sure they would like the difference to be clear as well haha. I just crack up though every time it happens and they usually just look at me strange. Oh well.

Elder Baadsgaard and I have been going hard with working out in the mornings. We have run every single morning at the crack of 6 and its cold and it sucks but its been way worth it. There is a path which turns into a way long bridge over the fjord which has been frozen the past couple mornings so it is a pretty poetic picture even though you're probably imagining a more majestic vision of my morning runs than actually happen. But they are magical so no worries;) But a fun snippet from the Thursday morning run... i usually am a bit further ahead of Elder Baadsgaard because I am working him pretty hard upon his request . But anyways, when the bridge ends there is a gully with some large rocks to the left so i jumped behind them and waited very quietly.... then as Elder Baadsgaard was about to run by, i sprang out of my hiding place and scared him out of his socks haha. He said I am one of the only people to ever scare him enough to make him yell hahaha. I would probably yell pretty loud too if a large figure was coming out of the dark, making really loud small dog barks (Only Nate and Ben know why I have that ability ;) ). But that was a great achievement.

Karma came back to bite me thought because i think i did one too many pushups and now i have tendinitis I am pretty sure. Thanks Karma.

Spiritual Thought:

This week in district meeting Elder Brown gave a great district meeting on increasing faith. He said that one way to really gauge your faith is to ask yourself what you are doing on the daily, and why am i doing it. By stepping outside of ourselves and evaluating and discovering our motives, we often time will find that we are exercising a lot more faith than we realize. 

Elder Holland expounds by saying, "Furthermore, you have more faith than you think you do because of what the Book of Mormon calls “the greatness of the evidences.” “Ye shall know them by their fruits,” Jesus said, and the fruit of living the gospel is evident in the lives of Latter-day Saints everywhere. As Peter and John said once to an ancient audience, I say today, “We cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard,” and what we have seen and heard is that “a notable miracle hath been done” in the lives of millions of members of this Church... In this Church, what we know will always trump what we do not know. And remember, in this world, everyone is to walk by faith."

I've enjoyed thinking about it so I would invite you all to try as well. 

"Don't pray when it rains if you don't pray when the sun shines" -Satchel Paige

Have a great week!

Ældste  j

A fun message about socialism that we run by every morning haha

Just your every day tank rolling around Viborg for training purposes (i'd assmue)

Farm Knocking

A cool random Danish grave site. Probably a viking Lord

Monday, January 23, 2017

A Clutch Week

This week i can confidently say i got driving  a manual car in the bag! I'll be honest... i was a bit overconfident last email haha because after that it was a game of luck and green lights. Dont worry, i only stalled in the busiest intersection of the busiest city in our area one time so i count it as a success. A couple times there in the beginning i was certain I would look over and see Elder Baadsgaard biting his nails up to the elbow haha. I would count it as a big blessing that i was able to learn to drive that thing so quick because it helped us get a lot done! Like:


This week we have been going hard with finding and with getting new investigators progressing. Since we found so many potentials we have been trying to start going through and following up to see who is truly prepared for the gospel. I think our bro A* might be pretty prepared because he is awesome:) We haven't been able to meet with him this week since he was moving and stuff but we get to hang out with him and talk tomorrow.

​K* is still plugging along. We gave him the suit that Elder Beck left in the apartment so he is rolling up to church looking fly. He is still determined to overcome his smoking habit and be baptized:) He is a story of inspiration for sure because he keeps climbing upward and onward. It is slower progress but that is what its going to take so no worries with him:) We meet with him every day though because he doesn't do much so he has tons of time. 

Our friend E* wasn't able to meet because her kids were sick. She also got pretty confused about the whole "Elder"​ thing with missionaries. In Danish it makes less sense because it literally translates to "oldest" so if you aren't very religious my name is Oldest Jeppson. That threw her for a loop but i called last night and explained and worked out the kind of awkward situation and now we have another appointment. Good Stuff.

WE met with a guy that ended up being a one lesson investigator. He talked with his eyes closed as he leaned over his massive belly to lean his elbows on the table. it kinda weirded me out to be honest... plus he was just rambling on about everything under the sun. Like flip open to a dictionary point to a random word and then give your best monolouge on that word. Then do it 8 more times and youll get the jist of that lesson haha.

On Saturday we took lunch hour in Cold Hawaii! We were on our way up to an appointment in the vicinity so we stopped by. It is one of the Premier surf spots of Europe and one of the best wind surfing spots in the world I think after Hawaii, hence the name. It has been my dream to get up there and see it my whole mission:) Such a cool little place. The lady that we visited was way cool and was a referral from her daughter in Copenhagen area. She made us some food and we had a great discussion. She also is the owner of the second largest tea bag collection in the world haha whaaat. Way great day though

Other Stuff:

Here is a fun, classic knocking dialogue, typical of European missions: 

Me: Hi, goodday. My friend and I (insert introductions and stuff)
Door number one: Sorry i cant talk, i dont have pants on.
Me: Umm, okay is it allright then if we come back when you have pants on?
Door number one: Uhhh.... sure. 
Me: Have a nice day then we will see you later.

or this:

Me: Hi, goodday. My friend and I (insert introductions and stuff)
Door number seven: Sorry it took so long to come to the door, i didn't have any clothes on....
Me: (in my head) "thanks for the info bro"-- Well thats fine. Anyways my friend and i ....

It happens pretty often haha. It is kind of like the first time you read a lift-the-flap-books as a child. Most flaps make complete sense what is under them, but then some are a (un)pleasent surpise haha. Thats kinda what life is like as a missionary:)

Spiritual thought:

I read this little poem this morning and i thought I would share and invite you all to look for ways to apply it:)

“I have wept in the night
At my shortness of sight
That to others' needs made me blind,
But I never have yet
Had a twinge of regret
For being a little too kind.”

― C.R. Gibson

Have a wonderful week!
Ældste  j

Some pics from Cold Hawaii

My "Cold Hawaii" sweatshirt

Lights out XD

We went back to the Domkirke:) 

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Lather, Rinse, Repeat

If Skive was a car, its lookin pretty shiny because we've been rubbing out the dull spots this week! We had a really incredible time this week and I really saw the hand of the Lord this week in many different ways. We were able to give out 25 Books of Mormon this week!! It was incredible how many people here in Skive were open and willing to take one actually give it a look though and /or really read it. I really feel that the Lord is preparing big things for this area and that there will soon be some more new members. 

But let me tell you about it:

K* is on baptismal date is doing really well. He has come down from 30 cigarettes a day all the way to five as of yesterday and he has really done a 180 degree turn into the light. He is very excited to be baptized and we are taking it nice and slow towards the 18th of February so he feels like he is ready for it. 

Some fun/cool K* moments:

We were reading about charity in the Book of Mormon where Moroni is talking about the characteristics of charity. We were going through one of the verses and then we got to the part that said "chairty is not puffed up," meaning not prideful. But K* goes, "Oh yea like smoking. It doesn't smoke so it isn't puffed up, like in the lungs and stuff" hahaha i died. It is kind of like being in a lesson with Napoleon Dynamite some days because the one lines are really sharp and i burst out laughing probably three times a lesson on average. The best part is that it just comes naturally and without much filter:) 
He also brought his sister and her boyfriend to church yesterday so he is a good missionary already. He told us that he really feels joy when he comes to church and so he wanted his little sister to come and feel it too. She and her boyfriend are cool and they seemed to enjoy it! Her boyfriend is from Iceland so i got another chance to try out all of the Icelandic i know haha. Didn't quite work this time either.... i'll get it though.

We are also teaching a lady named E* that is originally from Greenland but has lived her most of her life. She is way cool!  Her Greenlandic aunt in Odense referred her to us through the Elders because the hand she has been dealt is been pretty hard in life so we had a really good discussion with her and the spirit was there:) She texted us after and said that she could already feel the love and peace from God helping her:) 

Jimmi is doing very well. We showed him the gospel library app i think he has probably read it all by now at the rate he is going at haha. He is also very excited to get into family history work... so He will be a solid member the rest of his life:) Every time we talk with him it is so neat to see how his faith has helped him. He says they have saved a TON of money from stopping smoking so he i grateful that he has more money to buy his favorite treats haha (which happen to be a treat that i'm also hooked on... dang it sugar)

We also met a guy named A*. This guy is a bro!! He is a smart guy and he is in Skive getting a degree in computer science. He is a younger guy and has a great life vision and is very driven, and probably the most American dane in Skive. He lived in Seattle for about a year and is crazy about kraft mac'n'cheese and the Seahawks. We had a deep lesson with him and the spirit was there from the get go. I really love this guy!

Other things:

We got a ton of snow! (for Denmark) The roads are still pretty icey but winter actually came this year. I feel like Luke Skywalker hangin upside-down in a wampa cave sometimes;) Its a bit colder haha.

The companionship is going really smooth. Elder Baadsgaard is an excellent missionary. He makes up for what i lack in some areas and i'd say that goes both ways so it has gone very well. He has helped me to learn a lot of things in a way that i'm not sure i would have picked up on otherwise.

 Our car is finally getting repaired so we got a rental car this morning. Guess what we figured out... it was a manual. As the guy was walking away i told him we are better with automatic vehicles but he kinda just gave a shrug and said it was all they have. He must have thought, "Ha... silly americans" haha. But major shoutout to Riley Zufelt for teaching me the basics of driving stick in a parking lot behind the stake center because i used my basic knowledge to teach Elder Baadsgaard. He had never ever touched one so it was a fun learning experience for the both of us:) I think in teaching him, it solidified what i know because i got in and gave it a drive and it felt way natural.

So neener neener car rental guy haha.

Spiritual thought:

I listened to a talk by David A. Bednar one morning, and the next, and the next, and the next haha. Its called "the Spirit of Revelation," given at a general conference a couple years back. Here are some exerpts i've really been thinking over this week in regards to how we can learn to recognize how the Spirit of God speaks to us:

"I invite you to consider two experiences most of us have had with light. The first experience occurred as we entered a dark room and turned on a light switch. Remember how in an instant a bright flood of illumination filled the room and caused the darkness to disappear. What previously had been unseen and uncertain became clear and recognizable. This experience was characterized by immediate and intense recognition of light.  The second experience took place as we watched night turn into morning. Do you recall the slow and almost imperceptible increase in light on the horizon? In contrast to turning on a light in a dark room, the light from the rising sun did not immediately burst forth. Rather, gradually and steadily the intensity of the light increased, and the darkness of night was replaced by the radiance of morning. Eventually, the sun did dawn over the skyline. But the visual evidence of the sun’s impending arrival was apparent hours before the sun actually appeared over the horizon. This experience was characterized by subtle and gradual discernment of light."
That was just something on the mind of Elder jeppson if you were wondering haha.
Well mine is currently frozen to the cement but you all enjoy the fresh Pow! Have a good week!
Ældste  j

Elder B in the zone

Elder B and Me

My royal Copenhagen gem I found at a thrift store.

Monday, January 9, 2017

Blessings with a nametag on

This week was a great kickoff to the year. It kind of feels like two weeks in one happened but let me hit you with the details of what the new year brought for us (no broken goals... i'm going strong working out;) 


Yesterday Jimmi was confirmed a member of the church!! I'll tell you what... this man knows more than most new converts haha. He recently sent us a message talking all about how the Kirtland Temple was dedicated by Joseph Smith and all these facts about it and stuff and I thought to myself that we probably don't have to worry all that much about him:) He is always asking us if we have any suggestions for  chapters in the Book of Mormon that he can read because he reads every single spare second he gets (which is a LOT). I figure he will be on track with all the members in the branch knowledge wise here soon haha. Well, exaggerations aside, Jimmi is a wonderful new member. 

Oh yeah, miracle story time.... So there were some problems between the Kommune (the area government authority) and Jimmi because of some beef they had with Jimmi or something like that but essentially it was going to cause some custody problems of their children who are due in about 3 weeks. I'm not sure about all the details of how that would work (they didn't teach Danish gov at Del Oro) but it any case, it has been a trial for them to go through. Well, long story short, Jimmi and Vivi prayed and fasted that everything would work (as did we) and the lawyer called today and said that the Kommune totally dropped the case and they wouldn't be able to bring it up again. It was super neat because Jimmi sent us a text like 2 days ago while it was getting the most heated and said he read in the Book of Mormon some different chapters that talked about the principle that .... faith in Christ=anything is possible. He said, so don't worry, i have faith in Christ. So we didn't worry...and two days after everything worked out :) 

So yea, he is on fire. He also hyped on American pancakes and homemade syrup haha. They hadn't tried them before so we brought out to them for an appointment and made sure to fix that. 

K* is also going K speed towards a new baptismal date. He has really hard circumstances so we are trying to work out a lot of things, but he is changing a ton still! Today we gave him a blessing because his health is pretty poor and he got way sick on Sunday. After the blessing he said, " shoot man that really helped." He was way thankful and I could tell it left an impression on him. It was a pretty neat experience.  After we left he texted and asked, "Hey thanks for the blessing guys. So how many of those do i get?" hahaha i busted up. So, we explained to him a bit more about blessings and stuff. I'm way happy he really is looking to turn his life around :)

We went out and knocked on a bunch of doors and found a bunch of cool new people. Normally every 7 of 10 doors an old retired person Dane on pension answers the door (skive is a nice place to live if youre retired) but we knocked an area and found a bunch of young fresh friends. (Nothing against old people by the way;) besides, its only a number anyhow)

We had some fun knocking experiences... One lady (I think in any case... Elder Baadsgaard swears he thought it was a man) looked out the window and stared at us as we knocked. What ensued was the most uncomfortable staring contest ive ever been a part of. I personally thought she was going to attack me through the window World War Z style based of the looks i was getting. So... we left because wouldn't break her death stare... not even for a polite bow from a American missionary ;)

This week I'm glad that my brain has evolved out of teenage boy/ape mode because we got the same 3 different variations of the same answer when we say we are out to share a message about Heavenly Fathers plan....  im sorry for being a teenager sometimes haha.

Other things:

I got to go on splits with Elder Halling. we had a fun lesson teaching a Burmese family through a language barrier and the internet. It was fun though because i guess the crazy 4 year old son could sense i was used to small munchkin attacks back home because he had a good time ramming a plastic dinosaur into my chest haha. Gotta love hyperactive kids.

Today we went to the Viborg Domkirke. That was the church where they used to hold coronation of the  kings and queens so it is a HUUUUGE church and it is beautiful. There a huge murals all over the place. The coolest part was climbing allll the way up in the bell tower and looking out over Viborg right next to the Bells :D I was actually way stoked and it was funny because at first Elder baadsgaard thought we werent allowed to climb all the way up to the top. But because we always need to stay with are companions, that invisible cable that keeps us connected bungeed him up and then we figured out it was okay. Way neat stuff!

This week it snowed! It was actually very very cold and i thought blood would freeze because the humid chill factor here makes it feel twice as cold. The good thing is my viking heritage is keeping me alive so I'll have to send pics after i trim my red viking beard here soon... (raise your hand if you thought i actually had grown a beard)..... (now laugh at yourself if you just raised your hand)

Sorry i'm having too much fun with emailing right now haha here is a spiritual thought to end on a solid note for the day:

Spiritual thought:

I'll explain the title real quick... the Stake president came to speak at our missionary christmas conference and he said something to me that really hit home. He talked about how a lot of times, when God answers prayers, the answer often comes sideways. He said that we have the opportunity to be an answer to prayers every day. Answers to those seeking truth, to those hoping their loved ones find truth, and to those praying that they can continue to walk in the light of truth. He talked about how we can be blessings sent from above, with a nametag on. So that was pretty neat to me:) So future missionaries... take notes on that because when you volunteer two years for the Lord, you truly can be a blessing with a nametag on. (and I might add, it is not the name tag that suddenly fills us with power... we must strive to be worthy for it)

Also, My mom sent me a quote that i thought I would send on. 

"We forget sometimes the power of small and simple things—and that lasting change happens little by little, day by day, try after try. We wish we could reach perfection in an instant, but we don’t need to be perfect today. We simply need to “try a little harder to be a little better.”

I have a huge testimony that we can all tap into our vast eternal potential as God's children. I've learned it, I've experienced it, I've taught it, and I've witnessed it. Heavenly Father has a plan for us! I might add to that quote something that I've learned, that if the only time we progressed was when we succeeded, it would be a slow journey. It really is okay to be human!  We were made that way... but we must remember that we have a divine potential that is of eternal importance. Now is the time to lay a foundation for the perfection that one day will be reached through the Savior Jesus Christ. If you lack a topic during a ponderous moment in your week, take some time what price you're willing to pay to accomplish your life's mission. If you don't know what it is... then I would suggest that now is a good time to find out. :)

Shoutout to my dad... its his birthday! He is 35 and a couple months old ;) hehe


--Ældste  j

Jimmi backyard view


Jimmi's afro horses

Me with some miscellaneous backgrounds - A hobbit hole!!

A giant steel cow statue 

The burnt church doors

The church hall- lots of beautiful art. 

In the bell tower! So sweet:)

Found a wayyy stick sweater for winter sales...finally got a nordic sweater!! 

Monday, January 2, 2017

2017! And thus it begins.....

Happy New Year!!

It is pretty crazy that somehow we ended up in 2017 already. This morning I was able to better formulate something I've been experiencing as of late: Our existence is measured by opportunities, not by time. Many times at the end of the day i feel like I've let worrying about time limit my vision. When I have worried too much about if, "we will make it on time," or "if if we can fit such and such into the schedule." This leads to me shooting myself in the foot so to speak because all the opportunities I could be capitalizing on are gliding on by while I'm too busy trying satisfy my schedule.  A constant habit of looking to mark the next thing  "complete" is like when we sit down to watch a movie and then fast forward to the end credits every time. Why bother sitting down if you don't enjoy every scene? And at the end of the day, what do we actually remember from the movies we sat down to watch? It has really been driven home recently that if we really make up our minds to lose our sense of self for others as Christ has taught, that we will have a lot more to remember at the end of the day. 

I read my journal entry from last year on this exact day and I decided my goal for this year was to forget myself for the year of 2016 and just do my best to turn outwards instead of inwards and serve others. (I must have read have been thinking similar thoughts about how fast time goes haha) Well the thing i thought this morning was that from what i read, it felt like i was saying "Okay well, this next year is the only full year of my whole entire life i will have to really give all i have to serving God and others. So that is my goal. I want to try my best to do just that."
 Looking back to when I wrote that (Because I can remember it clearly) I feel like I was making that goal based off of time and not opportunity at that point. I've since then had a shift in that train of thought: We have the opportunity to use our time to live life to the fullest or else we will only have time to wish for opportunities when our schedules are at their fullest.

I think that was my motivational new years dialogue for this year haha. 

Here come the highlights for the last week of 2016:

Wait for it..... Jimmi was baptized!!! He was so excited for it and is just a smiling machine ever since he came up out of the water. He said he really felt the spirit, almost to the point where he said it made him feel like he couldn't contain how good he felt- (We later read in the Book of Mormon and he pointed out a verse that talked about being overcome with the spirit and said that is how he felt :D) The baptism took place in Randers because the church building here in Skive does not have a baptismal font. It was a really neat baptism because it was a very unique atmosphere. It just kind of gave me the impression that although he was way stoked to be baptized, he was fully determined to go all in and give everything for the Gospel. Baptism is a great thing because it truly is the gateway to even greater blessings, but it is not the end of the road in any way. It was so cool because you could tell Jimmi  was one of those who just "got it," and he knew the opportunites that baptism opened up. He is such a faithful guy and it is amazing what the Atonement of Christ has the potential to do for all those who choose to let it into their lives. Great stuff:)

We met with our friend K and he gave us a lot to think about while we were teaching about  who Jesus Christ was. At one point he asked "Who would do that? I mean it is kinda weird to me that someone would just die for everyone. Plus if he could save himself, why didn't he do it? I mean if I could I would make it all stop.  Like, normal people don't really do stuff like that." (He hasnt really learned about Jesus Christ at all, by the way.)

That really got me thinking because I thought that he has a valid point. No one would ever have the capacity to endure all of that, let alone choose to if they had that capacity.  I said, "Well, if he really was a real person who did all the things he did, dont you think that is really incredible? That he really is someone very important to us if those things happened?" Those things ended up leaving just as big of an impression on me as i tried to see it from K*s perspective. But anyways, he is doing well and i dont think i need to tell more because that summed up the week with him :) He is on track to stop smoking and he still really wants to be baptized. He said it has made him so much happier and id say that is an understatement. It is incredible what the Gospel does!

Also to tag onto that, K had a friend over one of the nights we visited with him (we are usually out to visit him once a day.) We taught a great lesson about the restoration of the chruch and then gave K's friend a copy of the Book of Mormon, which he gladly accepted. Come to find out two days later, his buddy stayed up all night until 6:30 reading it! Wayyyyyy cool:D (especially because I have never tried that haha). So we are trying to get in touch with his friend now too. It is neat how the Lord works.

Spiritual thought:
"To be or not to be?' That is not the question. What is the question? The question is not one of being, but of becoming. 'To become more or not to become more' This is the question faced by each intelligence in our universe." - Truman G Madsen


Ældste  j

Elder Jeppson, Jimmy, Elder Beck