My comp is doing good! He is definitely opening up. The members are getting better but are still struggling with opposition and the word of wisdom.
Christmas package...I guess don't worry about the sandals - I'm using my Tevas with the backs cut out. So yeah... SD Cards: preferably the ones that are micro because they can be used with everything. Can you make sure there are drink packets in it because the water is not the best tasting. I want you to know how much I love you. I feel okay but I am a little stressed as I don't know what the future holds... As my time is coming close to leaving Kainaba. But I am excited for what the Lord has in store for me. This week we are having a mission tour so I don't know what to do because that backpack allows me to carry stuff I need to every lesson. So I don't know what they will do. Well that is news to me about the bags and shoes because that will cause more back pain, but if that is what they want, we will follow it. (Changes to the bags and shoes missionaries in this region can use were put on the mission website earlier this week with the understanding that the current missionaries would phase out in 4 to 6 months to the new standards which is a challenge for most of the missionaries serving here. That would be about 3 months shy of Elder Haycock returning home.) It'll probably be a while before you hear from me again. Don't panic if it's 3 or 4 weeks.
Elder Samuel Haycock
I am called to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. This blog is about my adventures in sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ for the next two years in the Republic of Kiribati.
Rachel Haycock - I am the mother of 6 amazing children and the lucky wife of a dear, sweet man. I love to write, read, cook, teach and sew. I hope you feel the Spirit of the Lord as you read about Elder Haycock's adventures in sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.