"Man's extremities is God's opportunities." -Elder Holland
the mission office and mission home is right in that same block with the temple. its beautiful!! we went and ate some lunch, chop suey, and then we started a welcome orientation and interviews with the mission president. we couldn't do everyone on that same day so the rest of us who weren't being interviewed went and stayed with some of the missionaries in that suva area. me and one of the other sisters, sister alofoe, went with these 2 sisters. sister su'a from america samoa and sister tuahiva...(she has a really long name) from tahiti. they were so kind and taught me so much while i was there. the first lesson we went with them was with a family and they committed them to baptism!! the spirit was so strong and the family was so faithful, it showed me how much the gospel can truly change someones life.
here's my scripture of the week... Matthew 28: 19-20. it just talks about how all nations and all people need to hear the gospel and be baptized. i love this scripture because it helps me remember that everyone i see here on the street is a child of God and deserves to know that they are loved and cared about. and also when we do these things, the Lord will be our constant companion and He will protect us and help us. well au lomani kemudou!!
au lako ena waqavuke oqo ki Labasa
na noqu flat
na noqu flat
filters (lepo da watah!!)
da stove, gas stove
lako ki suva
valetabu mai suva
e dua vale
na kaulotu lake mai ki viti kei au