Sunday, January 24, 2016

Preparation Day Activity at Dark View Falls

 Crossing the Bamboo Bridge.

Elder Johnson and Elder Sabin capture a beautiful St. Vincent Sunset.  

Friday, January 8, 2016

Baptism Day January 2016

The baptism was an hour late starting.   While we were waiting we strolled the beach and took some silly pictures.  
 I have no idea why Elder T. is carrying Elder Mikesell.

 Elder T. said they eat these in Tonga.  
 Sister Rindlisbacher
 Elder T and Elder Sabin

 Recent convert Gemmark
 Sister Norris and Sister Rindlisbacher
 Sister Ramona
 The missionaries found this fan coral on the beach and took pictures of them with wings.  Elder Mikesell is behind everyone holding the wings.  Elder Sabin
 Elder Johnson
 Elder T and Elder Mikesell
 Sister Norris
 Sister Rindlisbacher

 Investigator Cortie Allen came to 2 of the 3 baptisms.
 Sister Goddard holding Semmone's baby.  

Monday, January 4, 2016

Three Baptisms to End and Start the Year.

Brother Horne wanted to be baptized on the last day of the year, so he could begin the new year a new man.  He was baptized by Elder Johnson.  Elder Mikesell and Brother Phillips were witnesses.

 Brother Horne was taught by Sister Lometo and Sister Takuia.
 Simmone was baptized on January 2nd, 2016.  She wanted to start the new year out right and start her new life as a member of the church.   She was taught by Sister Rindlisbacher, Sister Norris and Sister Layton who was transferred before the baptism.  

 Those who attended Simmone's baptism.  
 Kay was baptized later that same afternoon, January 2nd.  
 Kay was taught first by Elder Sabin then by Elder Mikesell and Elder Tulikihakau.  
 Jessica introduced Kay to the church and all the lessons were taught in her home.  
 A few of those who attended the baptism.  
It was a perfect ending to 2015 and a perfect beginning to 2016.  

Elder Wilson Arrives in St. Vincent

Elder Wilson from Kaysville arrives to work with the Georgetown elders.  

Sunday, January 3, 2016

Welcome Sister Rindlisbacher

Sister Takuia wouldn't get in the picture, so we took one of her in the car.  

A Few Random Pictures

I know what you are thinking....Sister Goddard picked the colors.  No, it was basically the only option.
Pictures of the family we love and miss!
Bikes for the Georgetown Elders.  They are so excited!
 Elder Johnson and Elder Sabin wait for the sisters to arrive so they can do the baptismal interview of Elder Horne whom the sisters taught.  The are taking in the beautiful view.  
St. Vincent just had their national election.  Elder Johnson shows off the party shirts the Phillips have collected.  Green party, NDP....National Democratic party (yellow) and ULP Labor party (red).  The labor party won.  They have been the ruling party for 15 years and will continue for 5 more years. 
Sister Phillips and Sister Goddard