A day late, but we got an e-mail after all.

From Jenny:

I didn't email yesterday because we went to Banaue
Checkit out!

This week I got SICK.
It was the first time I have been vomit sick here in the mission. I was throwing up all night on wednesday and had the runs. It was no fun, but now I am doing much better. 

We also got to speak in sacrament meeting on sunday. I talked about how members can be missionaries by 1-being an example 2- friendship  3- sharing testimony
Members should always be praying about WHO they can prepare for the missionaries and then begin their plans in preparing those people. We should always be preparing some one in some way!

I have realized a lot of things on the mission about how things SHOULD work in the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints. It is quite incredible. 
I think visit teaching and home teaching is one of the MOST INSPIRED programs in the whole church. If members used it as intended, it would strengthen each ward and stake enormously.

If you think about our baptismal covenant (mosiah 18:8-10) visiting/home teaching is one of the best ways we can fulfill that covenant. Its genious. And I want to say thanks, mom, because you have always been such a WONDERFUL example of what a visiting teacher should be. It's a lifetime calling and it means so much more than just a visit once a month.

Well anyway, I guess I'll get off that soapbox now!

I WENT TO BANAUE RICE TERRACES! Aren't they gorgeous? They are not man made. I think they are one of the world wonders honestly. someday i will bring you all back and you can see them yourself.

So, we found a new couple when we were tracting a couple weeks ago. Lenny and Javen Ray Luy. They are AWESOME. They are in their early 20s and have one baby. Lenny is already in 2nd Nephi, isn't that incredible? She has only been reading for 2 weeks. And she  totally remembers what she reads, she tells us about all the stories and stuff. She LOVES it and it makes us SO happy!

Well, I guess thats all for now.
Love you all.
Have a great week

sister webre


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