Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Promised Land = Parlier

Welcome to Hanford and Kingsburg!  (The fields)
Well.  I'm settled in here at Kingsburg and especially Parlier!  That place needs to be translated!  I love it there!  I dread the wretched days we have to stay in Kingsburg and work with all the white people!  There are people in Kingsburg we are working with but it's not the same working in English as it is in Spanish!  I am SO happy I am able to work with the Latinos.  We Caucasians need to chill a little bit and have a little hospitality and respect!  I've been called way more names, yelled at more, and spit at more here in Kingsburg than I have anywhere in my life!  But, I am a representative of Jesus Christ and I am working on my charity and love toward my fellowmen.  I'll love them eventually, I'm sure........

Anyways, now we get to talk about Parlier!!  That place is my favorite!  Everyone there listens to us, we set 5 baptismal dates just last week!  We are going to make the Parlier mission!!!  I love it!  My companion Elder Vargas is helping me with my Spanish a bunch, and everything is progressing!  I don't know how else to explain how I feel!  It's SUPER satisfying to help these people come closer to Christ and bring them peace in this life and the next!  GO ON MISSIONS!  You will never ever ever ever ever regret it!  Pray, work, do whatever it takes to get yourself out here in the Lord's vineyard!  I will forever remember this time in my life!  It has been so great so far and I can't wait to see what more is in store!

On the worldly side of things we played some indoor soccer yesterday for a tri-zone activity for preparation day! I cannot believe I have been sitting in darkness never playing indoor soccer before my mission!  It was AMAZING!  Soccer may be the greatest sport to have ever been invented!  The place we went was turf on top of a hockey rink!  It was SUPER fun!!!  Especially with all of the natives!! They are all super good and it's always a challenge to go up against them!!  LOVE IT!

Well!  Never let the small things go!  It's always the small battles that eventually win the war! 


You will be blessed beyond measure!  I can tell you this is the happiest I have ever been in my life and it is because I am doing those things every day!

I love you all and go baptize!  Every member a missionary!

Elder Frame

Photos........Families from Modesto..........

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