Sunday, March 11, 2012

Service Abounds Around the Mission

 They grow kiwi very large here in New Zealand.
Elder Greer has taught Elder Siale how to lasso.
 Many Maori Marae's dot the land.
 Elder and Sister Patchett (Sister Patchett must be hiding) are always helping the missionaries out along with their duties in Foxton Branch. Elder Patchett is the Branch President. Sister Melota with only a few days left in the mission.
 Our Elders have faith to walk on water.
 Mighty warriors
 The Title of Liberty. In this case the missionaries were battling garbage that had accumulated on the Himatangi Beach and on the streets in the Manawatu District. The Palmerston North Stake organized the clean up efforts.
 Mormon helping hands in action. Elder Siale, Elder Segi, Elder Greer, Elder Rowe, Elder Hobby and Elder Pa'o.

An average sunset in New Zealand. They are all beautiful beyond belief.
 The Flaxmere Stake organized members and missionaries in a project to beautify and maintain a local nursing home.
Besides having fun, everyone helped plant flowers, weed and paint the facility.

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