Monday, May 7, 2018

Week 41 - MessoZONEic Era




As Zone Leadership, each month we get to come up with a Zone theme for the month and make specific action steps based on what we need to do to improve as a zone to be more effective, diligent, and obedient missionaries. BUT that doesn't mean that we can't have fun. Sometimes the theme is things like,  "Believe" or "Feed my Sheep", but other times we have themes like this month...... Dinosaurs! haha! 

Our zone is having a blast with this we have action steps like:
  • Meteor Shower, about dropping BOMS (Book of Mormon)
  • Don't let your companionship Go Extinct - meaningful comp inventory (resolving problems lovingly)
  • And Tear up the Streets- telling the Zone each time you find a New investigator! (usually with some Dino pun involved).


I love how we can be fun and obedient at the same time!






News around here, Tom made some awesome faith statements saying ," It just feels right" and "I notice a difference". Also Jon who we had only taught one lesson to agreed to come and watch a baptism which is amazing! 

Sister Sellers and I really just want the work to fly here so we are trying new things and working hard.



Now I am just going to say a little bit about my dear Elder Harmon. Apparently, he has been facing serious health trials for the majority of his mission and has honorably returned home to the U.S to get the medical treatment he needs. 
I am so so proud of him and the full-time missionary he has been. I know that he has a strong and beautiful testimony of our Savior and His Atonement, because he shares it with me every single time I hear from him. I am so grateful to be a witness of his dedicated heart and love for his mission, the people and the Lord. I know that he truly has served and will continue to serve in different capacities with all his heart, might, mind and strength. I am so grateful for the example he is to me and to my brothers and sister and all those around him. Please keep him in your prayers and if you see him give him a big hug from Sister Brady :) 



A mission is beautiful, wonderful, hard, emotional journey, but as baptized members of the church, we have all taken His name upon us, and must always love and serve Him and His children wherever and whenever that may be. 

I love this gospel, and the peace it brings. 

Love,
Sister Brady

Look who I found!!....Bishop Smart's Brothers!!!! They remembered me from when we met in American Fork!

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