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Thunderstorm Week July 30th, 2012

This week was a tougher week for us. For starters, we’re coming up on the end of the month so we had to cut back on our car miles. On top of that, the Fowlerville fair was going on all week and I swear EVERYONE in Howell and Fowlerville was there. It made tracting . . . → Read More: Thunderstorm Week July 30th, 2012

4th Transfer in Howell

This week was a pretty good week for us. We had a lot of success even though I had to leave the area for two days this week to finish spending a day with each missionary in my district. I like all the missionaries in the district and I’m glad only one of them . . . → Read More: 4th Transfer in Howell

Hell Michigan & a Baptism

July 16, 2012

 

Erik Preaching in Hell, Michigan.

So last Wednesday I spent a day with another missionary in Chelsea. When we met the next day to switch back to our normal companions, we met in Hell! Yup, Hell Michigan. I’ll attach the pictures.

Saturday went really well with the baptism and everything. We . . . → Read More: Hell Michigan & a Baptism

4th of July in Howell

So the 4th of July was pretty insane! It’s weird hearing firework explosions without any mountains around. The mountains make them echo and sound really deep. In Michigan it just sounds like you’re in a war-zone! We went down to Thompson Lake where a Member’s family lives and hung out with them and their son’s . . . → Read More: 4th of July in Howell

Service Projects in 102 degrees, 90% humidity‏

Erik covered in sweat after a service project.

This week was crazy busy for us. We had 3 people call us with service opportunities and we took them all. On Wednesday we helped a memberfamily take their last load of stuff from their old house to there new house. He had a TON . . . → Read More: Service Projects in 102 degrees, 90% humidity‏