It was a historic day in the Trujillo Mission
and around the world for that matter.
We did not have a Zone Leader Council
We had a Leadership Council.
We now include the Sister missionaries
that are in Leadership positions to this meeting.
The photo looks SO much better now.
We've only had one pose for the Zone Leaders...
They stand with their arms folded next to the President.
Well, I am not having the Hermanas do that...
so from now on
JAZZ HANDS FOR EVERYONE!
Our Assistants go above and beyond to make sure that the
Zone Leaders and the Hermanas are trained
in every way possible.
And of course it takes the rest of the office to make everything
good and great.
We have five new Zone Leaders
Elder Camarena, Elder Palma, Elder Young, Elder Nye and Elder Hyde.
And of course our new Hermanas in Leadership are
Hermanas: Diaz, Balcaza, Huaman, Bond and Doxey
Hermana Bond Hermana Huaman Hermana Doxey
Elder Mieles Elder Perez Elder Cook
Elder Armstrong Elder Wallace Elder Cerpa
Elder Quispe Elder Felt Elder Hurley
Elder Massey Elder Iler Elder Levos
Samuel Andersen helped in the training
and he sang a solo.
After lunch in the mission home...
everyone changed their clothes and went to work
They had a big service project planned.
President took his Assistants and
Sam and the Casa Grande Zone Leaders
and went to teach a mini MTC
in the Casa Grande Stake.
No stopping... No slowing...
Here is my new favorite scripture
well, at least for today...
15 Therefore, I would that ye should be steadfast and immovable, always abounding in agood works, that Christ, the bLord God Omnipotent, may cseal you His, that you may be brought to heaven, that ye may have everlasting salvation and eternal life, through the wisdom, and power, and justice, and mercy of Him who dcreated all things, in heaven and in earth, who is God above all. Amen