Monday, March 6, 2017

Wk #68

Week 19 in Mejillones!!!!


It´s been a good week here! Summer is coming to a slow end here so the days aren´t as bad with the heat. Also school is back in session here so vacation is over and everyone has gone back to normal life!! A lot of investigators are back and things are picking up here!!!! This past week we have found several people that are super prepared and have accepted baptismal dates for this month!!!!! We are really excited for this month and what we´ll be able to achieve!!!! This week I´ve really just been grateful for what has happened and for some of the tender mercies and blessings that have been given to us. I don't have much else for this week but I hope everything is good back home with everyone!!!

Con mucho cariƱo,

 Elder Grant Arthur Eagar
"I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth."

A well needed package and shoes, thanks mom!!!

One of the worst dogs I´ve seen in my life, AKA ¨Perro de las Tomas¨

Two more photos, one with my comp Elder Kirk and an with Elder Christensen from Moab Utah. We were checking out the Iphone 7s in the mall today!


Week 18 in Mejillones!!!


Been a good week!!! The past week was a good one! Tons of lessons and people we were able to teach!! We found a total of 22 new people to teach this past week! Thats good since it gives more of a pool of people to teach and BAPTIZE!!!! Other than that Elder Kirk and I are doing good. We`re having fun together but also putt`n in work! We`ve seen a bunch of blessings this past week just talking to everyone we see!! Sometimes it weird but it alows us to find the people that the Lord has prepared to recieve the blessings of his restored gospel! We`re excited for this week and what is to come! Hope ya`ll have a good week!! 

Con mucho amor,

 Elder Grant Arthur Eagar
"The sacrament truly helps us know our Savior. It also reminds us of His innocent suffering. If life were truly fair, you and I would never be resurrected; you and I would never be able to stand clean before God. In this respect, I am grateful that life is not fair."
—Dale G. Renlund