Thursday, April 10, 2014

April 9, 2014 - Escalante City, Negros Occidental

(Dear Friends, only a few pictures from Elder Dunford this week due to poor quality computer availability.  Hopefully, we will be able to hear more from him next week. - Trina)

Some rolling hills from the Habitat, the complex/neighborhood kind of place where we live. (and is one of the few places whose name sounds as Soviet-ly communist as the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania)

Last Friday we had a whole crew (branch missionaries) go out to Lopa, the neighborhood way out in the definition of nowhere. But Sister Dolly, the shorter one, was making sure there was plenty of photos taken.

Another view, looking out to the back of the Habitat. I don't know if the picture got it, but you can see Cebu out past those hills.
One thing that we do in our mission is FTE, Or Finding the Elect, based on D&C 29:7. It's our way of street contacting, since there's often not really doors to knock on. But the key points of an FTE is good eye contact, testifying of a gospel truth, and setting a return appointment. This is me FTE-ing a carabao.
D&C 29:7 And ye are called to bring to pass the gathering of mine elect; for mine elect hear my voice and harden not their hearts

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