We love the French side of the West Indies Mission (President Robison served his mission in France)
Here are the missionaries from Guadeloupe and St Martin including the Collings and the Olivers
We continued our series of zone conferences on study
Elder Heiner shows how it's done:
The elders in Guadeloupe are a young group - but full of potential. Because of visa requirements all new French elders from the United States must start out in Guadeloupe and stay their until they get proper documentation - and that can take up to a year! Sometimes that means there are quite a few newer missionaries there. That is the case right now.
An example - Here are Elders Krause and Olsen each only out for two months, serving together. What an adventure!
They study plenty hard on the French side
Role playing works!
Singing in French (the heavenly language)
The Collings and the elders organized a wonderful good bye gift for us - pictures and notes from each French missionary. What a treasure!
We will miss these fine missionaries
Elder Hill and Sylvester
Elder Vogel and Snow
Elder Cottam (not French but trying to be) and Kelley
Elder Krause and Olsen
Elder Lish and Ison
Elder Copa and Roberts
By the way - they taught a fine restoration lesson (in French) at a baptism last Saturday.
Elder Neff and Heiner
Elder Nelson, Jones, and Neff (again?)
Elder Julian and Wright
Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower Bowls
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