Well it was a good transfer but time flies when you’re having fun I guess. Elder Blignaut has been transferred to go and train someone in Harare, and I’ve been passed the torch in the Kwekwe Zone. It was a really fun transfer with a lot of stories to tell when I get home. I’ve built some pretty strong friendships that could even last past mission life. I could even dare say this was my funnest transfer since I’ve been on my mission. My new companion’s name is Elder Billings. He’s from my group! Remember when you dropped me off at the Salt Lake Airport and there was supposed to be another Elder there with me? Well he’s been here all this time and now the time has come and were are companions. My first American companion actually. I’m really excited to see what we can do for Rimuka during our time together.
Well last week wasn’t very eventful except for the wedding that occurred on Saturday. We wed two of our investigators. It’s the 2nd counselors younger brother. The most repentant, and humble human being you have ever met. Unfortunately they were not able to be baptized on Sunday, but on Saturday it was a very special wedding indeed. I’ve really grown to have a love for these people. I’ll send pictures of the wedding below.
Recently we had a training broadcast for all missionaries recently. The real broadcast actually happened in January, but you know, we got it on DVD’s late because well, this is Africa. Anyways we watched it and I really felt the inspiration that came from these men who sit on the missionary executive counsel. The change to our schedule really touched me, and I feel really good about it. The First Presidency, and the quorum of the twelve also feel good about it I guess. Sometimes I felt uneasy because I felt like some of the rules are for missions in the Unities States, but I guess they heard our cries and we have a more flexible schedule according to our circumstances.
Well the title of this email was “The Crew” because it’s kind of splitting up. Our district (that I sent a picture of us golfing) is split up, but those memories will be forever instilled in our hearts. Well this is the last transfer before I’m no longer a sister missionary haha. The sisters in my group are going home at the beginning of April. Getting there!
Anyways, not much else happened last week. We were very busy with interviews for our zone just traveling back and forth. Chegutu district baptized 14 in one day! We were up all night interviewing people haha. This mission is still on fire!