Monday, October 27, 2014

October 27th, 2014

The one in the middle is mine.

there was funny stuff written on this boarded house haha
This is us in the Sidney Montana Ward building
picking up trash!

Monday, October 20, 2014

October 20th, 2014

Dianna got baptized and confirmed on Saturday! SO HAPPY!

Our plumbing is backed up and leaking under our sink! So now we have to wash our dishes in two bowls so the water doesn't go down the drain!
We have just moved from a second world proselyting area to a third world proselyting area!

Monday it was an elder's birthday. We had cake, icecream, brownies, and pizza. such a good day. 

Let's get fat :)

Monday, October 13, 2014

October 13th, 2014

Just some adorable puppies my investigator has. Mom is a German Shepherd, and dad is.... dad is... well.... There were many dads so we aren't sure...
It's the rez!

Made a dang good stir fry with so sauce mmmmm. We were teaching a lesson and this little kitten climbed on Elder Hausia's back and was super surprised to find out that the mountain moves! And we have an entire fridge full of food! Our wonderful branch president went shopping and brought us a ton of food!
Blessings from above!

Monday, October 6, 2014

October 6th, 2014

This week was transfer week, and was super crazy. Elder Hausia and I got stuck in Wolf Point for 3 days. It wasn't too bad there. We got to teach a lot of lessons and we set four new investigators on date for baptism! I'm so happy to have Elder Hausia. He is a worker, and he is a very powerful teacher. He doesn't ever make any excuses, he just works. I am glad to be put with a companion who is so bold in declaring the gospel.
Conference was wonderful. I received a lot of good help for my personal growth and how I can better share the gospel with the people. I was very excited to see Elder Carlos A. Godoy speaking because he came to our mission last summer for a mission tour. He is a very amazing man and a great speaker.
This week Elder Hausia and I are going to hit the ground running, and hit it hard. I can't wait for the miracles that are going to happen while we are here in Poplar!
I am excited to tell you that during my studies I read about the temple in True to the Faith. While I read that I obtained a clear vision of what it means to be a consecrated missionary. I especially received revelation from page 173 where it talks about temple clothing: "When you go to the temple, you should wear your best clothing... As you put your clothing in the locker, you can leave all your worldly distractions behind. Dressed in white, you can feel a oneness and a sense of equality with others in the temple, for everyone around you is similarly dressed."

What made me want to look it up was a phrase I read in a talk called, "spiritual Whirlwinds" by Neil L. Andersen. He said, "The way you feel in the temple is a pattern for how you want to feel in your life." That made me start to think of in what ways a mission can be like going to the temple. I took what I read from true to the faith and applied it to being in the mission. I started to look at everything in my life right now that I wouldn't want if I had to go to the temple for two years. This week I have felt the spirit more in my life and I have felt like I do in the temple. Amazing things happen when we sacrifice our own will to the Lord.
I hope everything is going well! have a great day!
Elder Garceau
(I love you Mom!)

The glendive northern district at transfers, and Elder Hausia and I at the temple

So sad to be seeing Elder Archie leave, and so Jealous that he is going to my first area Dillon Montana! Gonna miss you bud!