Saturday, September 19, 2015

 Wait I'm 1 year out? There's no way. The time flies faster than anyone told me! This is just intense sometimes. My week has been good though. Loads of tracting and searching for those who are ready to receive a message about the restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. We've found several that seem ready. Which is amazing! I can't wait to teach them more!
 How has your week been? Anything cool? The weather is soon changing, and it's already gotten colder here. I'll get pictures I promise I've forgotten recently. Just kidding! Here's a few! A few of the beach that we were at on Saturday for a branch social! I know the church is true everyone! Stay strong and you'll continue to feel God's love for you! I love you all and can't wait to see you in less than a year now!

Have a good week every one!

 Hello everyone! How are you? I'm doing pretty good! I was able to get some nice pictures this week! Leaves aren't changing just yet, but they're on their way! 
 This week has been kinda slow, we haven't been able to meet with any of our investigators, but we have been meeting with a few more less actives, and they're all doing pretty nicely! We were out this morning building a deck with one family, and they're just awesome!
 Other than that, we haven't had many adventures this week! Lots of driving, even down some back roads that seem more like jeep trails, but it's okay because we have an all wheel drive SUV! Woo! That's about it for this week! 

 I know the church is true! Have a good week everyone!
Some of the Scenery here in Machias!

 Well, I'm in Machais Maine. Which covers the farthest east in the United States as well as the farthest in our mission. Pretty crazy! My new companion is Elder Cobb. He is from Washington! Pretty cool! Our adventures this week, well; First upon transfers I was told by the Elder who was previously here that the keys to the Machias vehicle and apartment were in the car that he got a ride from. So I thought it was so. About 3 hours down the road, near our destination, we all find out that the keys indeed are not in the vehicle and that my companion who is up in the Bangor area for the day did not have them either. Needless to say, we were stuck in Bangor working with those Elders for a couple days. That was pretty fun! A couple of days down the road, by Thursday afternoon, we
got our keys via the mail. So we finally got to our area about 7 pm Thursday night, where as we were supposed to be here by about 5 on Tuesday. Pretty cool experience though! We were called while in Bangor to go and give a blessing to an elderly lady who was dieing. So the 4 of us went to give her a blessing. After the blessing, one of the ladies in the room asked us to sing some hymns, so we did. And the Spirit filled the room as the lady quietly passed on. It was definitely an experience. I know that God loves us, and that there is life after death! In the name of Jesus Christ, amen.

That's all I have for this week!
Talk to you later!
Elder Adams