|Sister Bąk and I (featuring Elder Jeffs)|
|Sister Johnston and I reunited!|
|Me and Sister Young again!|
|And me and the MTC group again :D|
|Me and Sister Smith again!|
|Me with Sister Bąk|
|and Sister Kuchar|
|Sister Young (my companion) and I at the front of the Warsaw chapel|
|Me with Tajger (Tiger), our friend's labrador puppy|
|On the train ride back to Gdańsk- it was a pretty long day, but so worth getting up at 4:30am for! (Mind you, the Elders had to get up at 3:30, so I can't complain) :D|
|A gate near Jadwiga's house (we went over there the other day and she made us polish crepes. mmm so good!)|
Ok I don't have a lot of time to write this week, so I'm just going to write about what happened in dot points! But let it be known, that this week was really great and I can't even express in an email how grateful I feel for all the blessings of the Lord in my life!
-We made Pierogi (polish dumplings) with the Elders and a friend who works part-time making them! They were blueberry-filled and oh-so delicious! We also got to play with his labrador puppy hehe :D
"I once attended a stake conference where my former stake president Paul C. Child turned to Doctrine and Covenants 18 and began to read: “Remember the worth of souls is great in the sight of God” (verse 10).
President Child then asked, “What is the worth of a human soul?” He avoided calling on a bishop, stake president, or high councilor for a response. Instead, he selected the president of an elders quorum.
The startled man remained silent for what seemed like an eternity and then declared, “The worth of a human soul is its capacity to become as God.”
All present pondered that reply. President Child proceeded with his message, but I continued to reflect on that inspired response.
To reach, to teach, to touch the precious souls whom our Father has prepared for His message is a monumental task."