Posts Tagged "Trials"


Well it’s official, I’m a year out! The night before I hit my year mark we started an exchange with Elder Rippstein and Elder Porter so we were together to remember that a year ago this last week we entered the MTC. Time has flown by let me tell you, I never thought I’d be in Winder Georgia a year ago. Since I’ve been out I have gained a greater appreciation for Heavenly Father’s love for his children. Being...

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This week wasn’t filled with too much! We spent most of our time knocking a lot of doors and talking with people. Probably the highlight of the week was general conference and the council we received from the leaders of the church. I love hearing the messages they have to share every conference! It’s given me quite a few things to think about, one of those was what really is my purpose for life? I’ve thought about...

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Creating Success

Creating Success


Posted By on Mar 6, 2017 | 0 comments

I wanted to share with you probably the biggest things I’ve learned this week. There have been countless times where I’ve asked myself the question of, “why are we not having success?” This hasn’t just been on my mission, this has been for years, through sports, school, ect. I’ve always wondered why I never come out with the results I’ve dreamed of having. Granted we all know that trials are a...

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Happy new year!! It’s crazy it’s already 2017! I’m super excited for what is in store! New Year’s Eve was a blast! Literally… We went over to Patrick and Angels and Patrick’s younger brother bought a ton a fireworks so we watched them light them off. They don’t mess around out here when it comes to fireworks that’s for sure! It was pouring rain and people were still lighting off...

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The Little Things

The Little Things


Posted By on Jul 14, 2016 | 0 comments

This week has been a humbling week for me. We talked to a lot of people about “The Family, A Proclamation to The World,” which was quite interesting. Before this week they just sat on a shelf in our house, but Elder Spotten felt like we needed to hand them out. When we changed to talking about the family rather than the restoration first, we saw that more people would listen to us because they know how important families...

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