California Irvine Mission

California Irvine Mission

Monday, May 23, 2016

Sometimes faith really, really, really works!!

Aloha! Yokwe! Hola! Hi and Hello.

 Well, this week had some awesome miracles that were really unexpected. First, to start off, this week was Zone Conference and that made it super crazy! So, we had a lot of preparation to do and I think out of those two days, we maybe got 7 or 8 hours of sleep total. haha it was nuts. Lots of crazy stuff. BUT the craziest thing was on Wednesday Morning, President Orgill came into our office when we were getting ready for Zone Conference to tell Elder Everett that he received a call from the Mission President in the Carlsbad mission and that Elder Everett's Grandma was being baptized on Sunday!!! It was crazy. SO, a little back story on that. Elder Everett was the first member in his family. His Dad lives in Dana Point, (in the mission), and his Mom lives in Murietta California (in the Carlsbad mission) and he grandma lived in Rancho Santa Margarita, (in our mission). None of them were members when he started his mission. Last July, his Mom was baptized and he got permission to go down to Murietta to baptize her! It was awesome. And then, his grandma moved in with is Mom in Murietta and she started taking the lessons from the Missionaries and she wanted to be baptized and once again, he got permission to go down to Murietta to baptize her! Haha it was awesome! We got to drive down there yesterday and go to the baptism. It was such a cool experience. I'll send pictures of it. Elder Everett has tons of faith and it really works. And his Dad is awesome! Like seriously the nicest guy ever, he's not a member, but yeah, he's great! AND we got back in touch with Talai last night! We haven't been able to meet with him since the first time, but we finally got a hold of him last night and met with him and have another lesson for tomorrow!!! Its awesome. Anyways! I'm super excited for this week! Love you all!!

Con amor,

Elder Fuell

Elder Fuell and Elder Ashton
Elder Fuell, Elder Everett, Elder Ashton

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