Things are looking up!
Hey everyone! Yet ANOTHER week has gone by! Time is going by INCREDIBLY fast. I can already imagine that some of the radio stations back home are playing Christmas music! Haha. And then as soon as Thanksgiving passes by it's full Christmas season already. Make the most of it, because 2016 is almost gone forever!
This week was a great week! We are getting more people to teach! We're going door to door a lot and we're finding some pretty good potentials! I've definitely seen the Lord's help in leading us to the houses that are willing to accept us in. My companion and I are getting along really well! We're working as hard as we can to do all we can for this area. I love missionary life!
The past few weeks we have had some REALLY random things happen to us. First, we saw a chicken at like the highest branch of a tree. Chickens can't really fly! We looked at it in awe. Only Fijian chickens have the super powers to get to the top of a tree. We also saw a GOAT in a tree. Standing on one of it's branches. Uh..... Haha. Some Fijians also caught a wild pig while we were walking. Then it started BARKING and GROWLING at them like a dog. I have never seen a pig like that.
For a spiritual thought, I just want to tell a quick reminder about Family History. Sometimes with all the busy things we have going in our life, we forget about the importance of turning our hearts to our fathers, and their fathers, and their fathers. If we set aside some time during the week (Sunday is a very good day) to do Family History work, we'll feel the spirit more in our life, and Temple worship will be more meaningful. So try to do more Family History!
I would also like to tell again about Kenneth Cope. He has not reached his goal yet, and he needs your help! I truly know that this project will bless the world. Check out this link for a sweet video:
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Well... That's about it! I love you guys! I hope all is well! Until next week, keep on keepin' on!
-Elder Jaxson Jeremy Miller
|Walking by and found some locals rounding up a pig|
|P-day: found a spot to write home (this is my view)|