Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Going Home

I'm going home!!!!!! I am so excited. I will be sad leaving the Ohio and the folk I have met here.

I have learned so much while being out here in Ohio. Maybe I'll explain a little bit during my homecoming talk.

This week we had zone conference which was really great! I got to say goodbye to all the friends I have made and it was just so great.  They talked a lot on working with the Bishop, the Ward Mission Leader, and the Ward Council.  

Friday we met with our recent convert Tiffany. She is struggling real bad.  She has stopped coming to church and has gotten back into coffee.  I don't know how much real intent she has.  We told her that the best way to help her get off coffee again would be to come to church.  We even asked her what we can do to help her.  She told us to call Sunday morning.  We did that and she answered and said that she would be there. Sadly she wasn't. It was sad.

Also the Cleveland 3rd Elders lost their phone on the train and so we had to make an extra trip this week to give them the extra one we have.  The whole transfer we have had 2 phones for the single companionship.  It was really nice.

On Sunday we ate dinner with the Evans family.  They are so awesome.  We played baseball with their kids and it was just a lot of fun. It was really weird to attend church for the last time as Elder.

Monday rolled around and we did service at the Bishop's storehouse.

We are still planning for a baptism this Saturday. I've been running around trying to work with difficult people to make this go through.  It should be go through. I'm so excited for Kaylee and her wanting to be baptised.

27 And I, Jacob (Elder Vance), saw that I must soon go down to my grave (and leave the Ohio Cleveland Mission); wherefore, I said unto my son Enos: Take these plates. And I told him the things which my brother Nephi had commanded me, and he promised obedience unto the commands. And I make an end of my writing upon these plates, which writing has been small; and to the reader I bid farewell, hoping that many of my brethren may read my words. Brethren, adieu.

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