Happy Labor Day! (week 15)

Sister Springer and I are working really hard in this area to get the missionary work going.  We both have a strong love for the people that we serve in this area!  We have a lot of opportunities to do service because everyone here owns a bunch of land and there is always something to do.  The people here work hard!  We were able to pick up a lot of people who used to take the lessons from previous missionaries, with the hopes of helping them build a stronger desire to follow Jesus Christ and to gain a testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel.

This week the Anza Branch hosted a community event with the Boy Scouts and the Police Department.  It was great!  The Anza Branch is really good at getting out into the community!  We are trying to get the work going strong in the Idyllwild Branch this coming week, since there are only six or so active members there.  Sister Springer and I have a lot of fun together as companions and I love her!

Have a great week!  Love and miss you all!

Sister Meza

Community Event
Community Event

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Our trailer
Our trailer
Angel, one of our investigators
Angel, one of our investigators
A tarantula!
A tarantula!

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Doing service for Sister Holcomb
Doing service for Sister Holcomb
Putting stickers on pomegranates
Putting stickers on pomegranates
Idyllwild
Idyllwild
This was a guy's property that we explored....
This was a guy’s property that we explored….
...he had a bomb shelter....
…he had a bomb shelter….
...and a bunch of bunk houses for cattle ranchers back in the day. It was cool!
…and a bunch of bunk houses for cattle ranchers back in the day. It was cool!
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