California Irvine Mission

California Irvine Mission

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Last Letter!

Hola, Yokwe, Malo e lele, Talofa,  Hello, and Aloha.

   This week was amazing! We ended up setting 2 more baptismal dates and finding a handful of new investigators. Heavenly Father is blessing the Spanish work here in the mission. The Book of Mormon prophecy is coming to pass that the Lamanites will blossom like a rose in the deseret. I've seen it come to pass. I'm blessed I was able to play a part in it. Well, 2 years go by fast! Its been the best experience of my life and one of the things I take most joy in. People continue to ask me if I'm excited to go home and I still dont know how to answer them. Haha I think at this point it would be easier to just stay on the mission and I think thats why Its time for me to go home. I kind of feel like the life of a Young Man in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is shaped like an hour glass. You're whole life leads up to your mission. Everything points to it. And afterwards, you're just expected to hit your potential. I've been truly blessed for the call to serve here and I have a firm testimony that I was supposed to be here. I know Heavenly Father has a plan for each one of us individually and collectively as his children. I've seen that plan unfold in my life and in the lives of others. Thank you for reading my Blog! I hope that it has lifted, inspired and/or blessed your life in someway! I'll leave you with my testimony that this is God's true church and I know that because I asked Him about it.

Thank you!

Con amor,

Elder Dallin Fuell

Family and Friends-  We echo Dallin's testimony.  We love what a mission can do for these young men and women who decide to serve missions.  We know its a sacrifice for them and for their families.  The two years we have watched Dallin as he has served in California has been awesome!  Dallin has learned so much about who he is and how to put others first.  He can use the experiences from his mission for the rest of his life.  We love Dallin and are excited to greet him this week.  We have missed him and it will be  a great reunion.  Thank you to all who have supported Dallin and prayed for his safety and success.  

With much love,
Louie and Brenda

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

The past three weeks!!


This week has been intense! We have been running around in Irvine calling everyone to Repentance! haha maybe not really, but that is what it has felt like. But we had a great week. Elder Ashton's last full week. We picked up 2 new investigators and one of them is an Iranian Super Model guy who is super buff. His name is Hooman and he is really cool. I actually think that he has potential to be baptized before I leave! He is super nice though and he came to church on Sunday and LOVED it. And then we went and worked out with him at the gym this morning and it was leg day... I can hardly walk. Hahaha its bad. But super fun. And Elder Ashton leaves Wednesday morning. So I'll be companion-less. So I think what will happen is that I'm going to join the Irvine Zone Leaders, Elder Chan and Elder Gardner, for a week to help pass of all over the investigators we found, and then I'm going to return to La Zanja for my last couple weeks!!!! WOOOHOOO! Haha I think that'll be sweet too. So Yep, everything is great here! Just finishing strong and working hard. Loving every minute of it!

Love you!

Elder Fuell


Hola Family!

Great week this week. We started teaching Hooman and he loved it! So we have taught him every day this week and he has felt the spirit confirm to him that the Book or Mormon is true by reading Alma 32 and 3 Nephi 11. And then he came to church again this week and had another great spiritual experiance. We had a lesson with him after church yesterday and set a new baptismal date for the 17th of September. I wont be here, but I'm glad he's making that decision. He's GOLDEN. Oh and you can probably tell that I stayed in Irvine for another week. I got put in a trio with the zone leaders here and I'll be returning to the spanish ward for my last 2 weeks. I return on Wednesday for sure. Anyways, things are great! Love ya!

Con amor,

Elder Fuell

Elder Ashton's last day!!



Well, Here I am back in Spanish Work. I don't have much time to write.. we have a busy P-day planned. But I l will say that we have been killing it this week. Its great to be back in the San Juan ward and we have 3 investigators set on date for baptism and found 4 more investigators this last week. Elder Brantley and Elder Harper are some of the best missionaries in the mission and I'm so happy to be finishing my mission with them. I promise I'll write more next week!

Love you! Hope you all had a great week!!

Con amor.

Elder Fuell