|Srs. King and Simpson|
Switched for Halloween
It was a bit sad on Thursday, Elder Gunn went home, but he said he should be able to come back in 6 months. We've been praying for him as a district and individually. I pray he does what he needs to so he can come back. I know he will bless lives, as he has already blessed ours.
Today we went to the BYU devotional with Elder Evans speaking. It was a fun fieldtrip and quite the
|Our new building 4M, |
the Matthew Cowley building,
but I like to think of
as the "Matthew Crawley" building.
I find it quite fitting.
|My wonderful companion |
and I on her Birthday!
Well, I don't have much more time, but I love you. I wish you the best and pray for your safety, happiness, and well-being. I know the gospel of Jesus Christ is true. I am so filled with joy being a missionary, and I know everyone can feel the same by living and sharing the teachings and love of Jesus Christ and our Heavenly Father. I know I'm not perfect, but I know I can do this as long as I rely on our Savior. France is only 5 days away and I'm probably not going to even know what has hit me, but I know I will be okay and I know Jesus Christ will be with me every step of the way.
All the best, and Vive la France!
Soeur Kate Simpson
A few things I forgot! Sr. King and I sang in the MTC choir for the Tuesday night Devotional where
|Notre Halloween FETE! |
(our halloween party)
Elders Taylor, Edmunds, and Carson
feasting on the apples,
cupcakes, and word of God.
"I love people who yearn for impossible."
Because guess what, with God, NOTHING is impossible. So basically, you can do anything with The Lord on your side.
Also, I wrote down Alma 36:3 in my planner to write on my email, but I don't remember why. So read it, and tell me your thoughts and how you can apply it in your life. I love the scriptures and know they are blessings in our life.
So, ya. Love you all. Be good. Do more. Look outward!
-Soeur Kate Simpson