Sunday, March 2, 2014

His Work and His Glory

"We are here to assist our Father in His work and His glory, 'to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of man' (Moses 1:39). Your obligation is as serious in your sphere of responsibility as is my obligation in my sphere."
-President Gordon B. Hinckley-
 Arrival at the Wellington Airport
 Welcome Sisters!
 Lessons learned from the parking payment machines.
 Part of the Wellington New Zealand army of missionaries.
Welcome!! Meet our new missionaries. Back: Elder Schumaker (South Jordan, Utah), Elder Inglis (Cairns, Australia), Elder Wenke (Neuenkirchen, Germany), Elder Riki (Tauranga, New Zealand), Elder Salyer (Pollock Pines, California), President Kezerian. Front: Sister Foliaki (Auckland, New Zealand), Sister Delgado (Sydney, Australia), Sister Breakall (Twin Bridges, Montana), Sister Turvey (Trowbridge, England), Sister Kezerian.
Elder Kaka and Elder Tui'ihalangingie Assistants to the President and dedicated missionaries.
Elder and Sister McGregor doing a wonderful job in the office and getting to know everyone in the mission.
 Farwell - We look forward to hearing of the wonderful lives of our Returned Missionaries. Back: Elder Tautua'a (Tonga), Elder Palmer (Utah, USA), Assistants-Elder Tu'ihalangingie, Elder Kaka. Front: Elder Bender (Tasmania, Australia), Elder Smith (St George, Utah), Elder Leonard (Hamilton, New Zealand), Elder Brown (Melbourne, Australia).
One more returned missionary Sister Matwaychuk (Canada). 
Visiting Balclutha. 
Elder Lawrence and Elder Zappe making plans with President Kezerian.
Everywhere in New Zealand is an inspiring landscape.
Napier District staying fit!
Flaxmere District getting the word out and getting involved in the community.

Giving service with a smile! Sister Housman, Sister Puletua, Elder Rigby and Elder Richardson.
At Mission Leadership Council singing, "God Be With You Till We Meet Again," as we say good-bye to Elder and Sister Freeman.
Welcoming Elder and Sister McGregor and presenting the Rugby Ball that all the missionaries have been signing for the Freeman's during the months leading up to their departure. Thanks for all you've done! We have all been touched by the Freeman's.

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