Thursday, December 25, 2008

A Changing of the Guard

Disciples we like to call them. They sleep in sleeping bags on the floor, they go out training and showing the missionaries how to FIND, TEACH, BAPTIZE. They are the heart and soul. They are true disciples because they go without thought to tomorrows meals or even a shower. Their mothers taught them well. They will be the future leaders of the church. (Elders Jensen, Romano, Arario, West)
Without their help, the mission would be without it's head, arms, and feet. These are the fine Elders that make it all happen. In the near future they will be back on the streets, living the life of the normal Elder, but for today...they have been called to make sure the heart of the mission keeps beating. (left to right) Elders Slater, Jensen, Fuentes, Romano, Williams, Arario, Miles, West, Salmon.


SAML said...

Dear Pres. & Sister Lindahl,
I just wanted to Thank You from the bottom of our hearts for watching over our son, Elder Benjamin Lambert. He loves his mission and he loves serving!!! He's a very happy missionary and excited to be on a mission. He has the upmost respect for you and loves you dearly. We loved talking to him yesterday (Christmas Day). It was the best Christmas ever. Thank you for letting us call him! May the Lord bless you in your calling and again Thank you for all you've done for our son! With much love and respect,
Fred & Syndy Lambert

Tara said...

Mom and Dad! WOW, I can't believe that party! You made it perfect with what you had. That must have taken so much work to put a smile on many faces! I am so glad they loved their gifts! That must have been a highlight for all. And wow, That picture of your Christmas dinner, wow is all I can say, I have some growing up to do with my palat before I could survive down there! We missed you so much this holiday season. We love you and are so proud of our mom and dad, Grandma and Grandpa!