Monday, July 10, 2017

Letter #43 - Quick Update

July 10, 2017

Dear Family and Friends,

Transfer news today and the trio is getting broken up. I'll be staying
here and my two companions will be going to different areas. I'll be
getting a new companion (7 in 7 months), Sister Mosher.

I hope you are all having a fun and cool summer. It has stayed nice
and cool here in Texas. It doesn't usually get past the mid 90s, which
is excellent for this area. Hopefully it stays that way.

Sister Prue

Monday, June 19, 2017

Monday, June 12, 2017

Letter #42 - Quick Update

June 12, 2017

Dear Friends and Family,

My companion and I got a call on Saturday morning from our mission president letting us know that we were going to be involved in an emergency transfer. We leave this morning. Sister Hatch is filling a Spanish vacancy in Denton, and I'm going to be in a trio serving in the Joshua and Centennial wards. In the meantime there won't be missionaries serving in this ward until at least the next transfer. Fun fact #1) Joshua - population 5k. Fun fact #2) I will have had 6 companions in 6 months. I don't know much more than that. They haven't provided me with an address yet, so I will send that when I get it or probably next week.

Sister Prue

Monday, June 5, 2017

June 5, 2017

June 5, 2017

With Sister Hatch

These are the houses I tract.

A rainy day.

Sister Hovenier finished her mission!

Monday, May 29, 2017

Letter #41 - Highlights from May

May 29, 2017

Dear Friends and Family,

This month has been crazy, but first things first. I am being
transferred! I will be serving in the Highland Village Ward. It is in
the Lewisville stake/area. My new companion will be Sister Hatch who
was serving as a Spanish speaking missionary up until the last
transfer, but is now English speaking.

Other highlights from May include:

-My Birthday! Thanks for all the birthday wishes :) The sister
missionaries put on a scavenger hunt for me to find my presents, and
made me an adorable cake. My companion was really good to me.

-Mission Baptism Goal: At our mission tour with Elder Larry R.
Lawrence, the leaders in our mission (zone leaders and sister training
leaders) announced a goal of 100 baptisms by the end of July. They
encouraged us to reach for this goal by 1) Being believing 2)
Increasing in Obedience 3) Praying for it Always and 4)Making a
sacrifice. My sacrifice is to read the Bible dictionary, and I'm
really excited for it!

-Mother's Day: It's always good to hear from home and family. I have
been blessed with a particularly good one who has always been
supportive of me and my decisions.
Thanks for all your support and love!

Sister Prue