Sorry this is a few weeks late!
MONDAY the 18th was a true Sister Harrison day. It was my last Pday so we went to a hole-in-the-wall crepe place and then shopping. TUESDAY we went door knocking for a while. WEDNESDAY we had Zone Training. Man, the mission is so different from when I came in. They had the missionaries going home stand in front of everyone while they sang “God be with you ’til we meet again.” After lunch we came back to the church and watched a missionary conference on teaching repentance. It was the first one in history and they had a panel with different General Authorities. We went to an emergency preparedness activity that the Relief Society hosted with a 90 year old potential investigator 🙂 THURSDAY we had a really spiritual lesson with Jeremy and Danyelle. The ward mission leader from the Second ward was there and told Jeremy that he wouldn’t be surprised if his late parents were in the spirit world learning about the gospel right now. FRIDAY we got transfer calls! Sister Daker is coming up to Midland to be a Sister Training Leader with Sister Watts and Sister Foster is going back down to MSU. SATURDAY we tried to help the 90 year old with her family history. Her father was an immigrant from France! We had a fun dinner appointment in the evening and when we walked up to the house, there was a black balloon with a sign that said ‘RIP Sister Harrison’ that one of the kids made 😀 We also taught Joyce and a new phrase I was inspired to share with her was “be meek to be mighty and submissive to be strong!” in regards to Heavenly Father. We got a call later that evening about Jeremy. He had attended the Addiction Recovery Program and asked the ward mission leader when he could be baptized! 😀 SUNDAY Sister Foster said goodbye to a lot of people (she’s been in that ward for 9 months) and we had a fun dinner appointment- breakfast! 😀
I’ve loved my mission, I’ve learned a lot, and I look forward to continue that discipleship in the life yet to come!
2 Timothy 4:7-8 I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith. Love, Sister Harrison ❤