The Journey to Freedom

The Journey to Freedom

Monday, June 27, 2016


We were asked today by our S&I coordinator to write down everything we are doing to encourage enrollment.  I hate to say this because everything will come crashing in but our classes right now are some of the largest in the area.  He wanted a detailed list of what we do.  Then this morning two other coordinators from around this area came to the Barlow and we shared with them what we were doing.  It is nice to know that our work is paying off but it all boils down to the grace of the Lord and the Spirit who is the real teacher.  We just continue to invite and some of the students respond and we hope they are blessed for doing it.  We are hoping to build up our classes so that when we turn then over the new missionaries have a good group to teach.

We taught our class up on Capitol Hill today and had the best turn out that we have ever had.  We had 13 for lunch today.  I had made rice and we had Costco chicken teriyaki over the rice.  There was not anything left at the end which is good.

I made rice pudding this afternoon for our treat tomorrow evening after class.  Can you tell I am trying to use up a bag of rice.  We will eat it cold with whip cream and fresh strawberries.

We had fun with our interns at  home evening tonight.

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