"If someone only changes his behavior while a missionary, then, when he goes home, he will be the very same person he was when he left, subject to the same problems that plagued him before. But if someone changes his nature, he will go home a new man, with the power and discipline to conquer his old Goliath's. . . . . If someone speaks good words but entertains bad thoughts, he has only changed his behavior, if he also changes his thoughts, then he will also change his nature. Our natures have changed when our inner motives and thoughts are consistent with our outward behavior. With the Lord's help we can transform our natures."
-Tad R. Callister-
Our current Sister Training Leaders - Back - Sister Rose, Sister Glen, Sister Kezerian, Sister Toutai, Sister Russell. Front: Sister Nielsen, Sister Alcock and Sister Carter.
New members of the Mission Leader Council. Back: Sister Toutai, Sister Rose, Sister Alcock and Sister Neilsen. Front: Elder Kerr, Elder Raston and Elder Langkilde.
We don't know if President Kezerian was trying to get in or out of this picture.
Queenstown Branch and visitors.
Sister Coles, Elder Edwards, Elder Tarati and Elder Gordon.
Our new building in Alexandra
Queenstown District - Elder Langi, Elder Siale, Elder Paulson, Elder Harris, Elder McKenna, Elder Kerr, Elder Taufa and Elder Tuckett. Front: Elder Richardson, Elder Purcell, Sister Kezerian, Elder and Sister Coles.
A witness of truth restored.
Nelson at sunset.
This enthusiasm for the work is contagious!
Sister Tukuafu, Sister Unsicker, Sister Crankshaw, Sister Vila and Sister Russell all wish Sister Lee the best as she leaves for her mission in Korea.
In the foyer of the Wellinton Chapel is a wonderful table with supplies for the members to use to aid them in their missionary efforts. Let's make sure every ward and branch is well equipped and that the tables are labelled so the members know that these items are for their use in sharing the gospel. We could ask, "What items die you take this week to share with your friends?"
Elder Barnes and Elder Otuhouma serving in Oamaru.
The Oamaru Chapel has recently been expanded and updated. It will be rededicated and the public will be invited to attend.
Isn't it great to be a part of this great work! Thanks for all you do! We love you missionaries!