We stand with valiant heart
|Even the not quite as youthful, unite to lift and build others|
Resolved to do out part.
|Sister Aeshbacher and Berg|
Upon a noble past we build;
The future fills our view.
We face the challenge or ourday
And pledge we will be true
|Missionaries of the Manchester Zone "toast" with bottled water|
They may tire of hearing: drink at least 8 cups of water a day.
Are mocked on ev'ry hand.
|Elder and Sister Peterson from bring "Arizona " warmth to the Memorial|
|Sister and Elder Osborne point to the actual location of the home-so small by our standards-|
in which Joseph Smith was born and joined his family of six.
We know we can withstand
The evils that would weaken us,
The sin that would destroy.
|Elder and Sister Dykes from President's home community |
bring not only devotion and skill but enthusiasm and optimism as
missionaries who help maintain the grounds and buildings
|The Shefchiks lived on our same street. They have spent countless hours|
beautifying, maintaining grounds as well as the Christmas displays.
And find in this our joy.
|Elder Johnson, Memorial director, and his wife stand by the bronze statue |
of the prophet Joseph who taught all to stand by and live by
and worship the Savior Jesus Christ.
|Augusta Stake President Jeff Thomas and his wife Nancy have not only served and strengthened|
countless others, but have lifted us. We have deeply appreciated our associations with all five
stake presidents and their wives.
|Sister Berg is a faithful woman who has weathered trials.|
We love these wonderful people of New England.
|President enjoys sharing 'magic' tricks. .|
|The Franklin family. How much have we enjoyed them. We knew Brother Franklin|
as a boy, watched him grow and lead and love others.
We'll sing a joyful song.
|Nothing like the lunch at zone conference. Elder Dudley is facing the camera.|
|The Dawbin family aand others unite to prepared and serve the meal for 80!!|
Triumphant, pure and strong."
|Even adults are wlling to watch a magic trick.|
The Swain family of Heritage farms are one of many families
who are pure and strong.
|The Scott Earnshaw family have shared their hearts|
and home with innumerable others including us!
The sister missionaries and Kelly Walter were
guests this particular evening.
|What could be more wonderful than a return visit! This one with|
John Somerfeldt, once Elder Somerfeldt, and his wife McKenzie and his parents.
|Indeed, treated like a queen by Elders Pruett andCrockett.|
We have prayed for a French speaking missionary and he was
sent to us in the person of Elder Pruett.
|Measuring up! Elder Resendez and Elder Parsons both near 6' 4"|
Both have raised their performance and measured up to the Lord's expectations.
|All missionaries like this one, Elder Sheriff, respect the rules of interactions with children, a safety precaution.|
But this missionary, with his companion close by, is listening intently to a
child who looks to the missionary as an example.
|President Wilkey has appreciated opportunities to teach youth men and young women.|
|To think that as a young missionary, President Wilkey had hair like Elder Harper.|
Elder Harper is one of many missionaries who come well prepared to serve
with heart, might, mind and strength and an eye single to the glory of God.
|Who is who? Elder Benjamin or President Wilkey??|
|Yes, missionaries do have funny moments. President had the three assistants, Elders Murray, Cornia and Woodruff, pose|
as if they are hanging onto the hood of the car while traveling at a high speed. Good lesson: no speeding!