Washington Yakima Mission

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Salty Bread and Wenatchee Wisdom!

March 28, 2015

Hey everyone!

Not much has happened this week, but a whole lot has happened. I don't know. But it was awesome!

Before tasting our bread...
Last P-day Elder Folkman and I tried to make bread. Long story short, we McGyvered it to the point where a recipe that was supposed to make 4 loaves only made 2. We knew something was wrong when we took it out of the oven and each loaf weighed like 10 pounds and was salty as a sailor. Many tears where shed. Many cups of flour were wasted.
After tasting our bread!

 We had Zone Conference again in Wenatchee last week. It was awesome. They talked alot about how we can, through little things, become better missionaries. Unfortunately, a lot of the time we think that there are only two options: perfection, or giving up. But that isn't true! This life is all about practice, and practice makes perfection. Not in this life, but eventually. They likened it to Mount Hood. No one can climb it in one giant step, but everyone can get there eventually and each at their own pace. I'm so grateful for the Saviors atonement that makes this possible by literally flipping our weaknesses into strengths little by little and keeps us looking forward with hope. This life would be pointless without it. 
Wenatchee Zone Conference

Slouch (who from now on I will call by her other name, May) and Dean came to church yesterday! The talks were amazing, and they really enjoyed it. We were so happy to see them there. It has been amazing to see how they have progressed since I first met them back in November. The repentance process truly can overcome anything and any fear. Their steps to the summit of Mount Hood are getting bigger and bigger :)

I know that this is kind of a short email, but just know that it was a good week. We taught lots of lessons and committed May and Dean to baptism for an undefined date. I'm excited for what this next week will bring! I love you all!

Elder Moser
Saying thank you to our cooks

Wenatchee Zone!

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