Libraries are Closed on Memorial Day

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 This week was miraculous. By the grace of God, we found 4 new investigators. In the process of doing so, we also found several sections of our area that should be more likely to produce investigators. I always knew this area had incredible potential. There's no reason that it shouldn't be … Continue reading Libraries are Closed on Memorial Day

New Companion, Same ol’ Cloudy Cambridge

May 15, 2017 Hey all, Elder Crandall is most definitely already in my list of favorite companions. It's almost like we were friends in high school. We like to talk about all of the same things, and we even do good work together. We started off the transfer by emptying ourselves of our old service … Continue reading New Companion, Same ol’ Cloudy Cambridge

Fear, Faith, and the Refugee Crisis

April 10, 2017 Hey all, This week was mostly a week of me having a cold.  I've been awfully congested.  Boston tends to be a worldwide hub of sickness, considering how many international students and businessmen visit.  I've been sick more frequently during my mission than I have for probably the 5 years before.  I'll … Continue reading Fear, Faith, and the Refugee Crisis

It Had to Happen in Cambridge

April 3, 2017 I have noticed something very interesting as I have observed the progress of my long-term investigators: when people keep commitments and stay close to the church, it doesn't matter how long they investigate.  Because they have built a solid foundation, they have the tools to become lastingly converted *before* their baptism, which … Continue reading It Had to Happen in Cambridge