December 30, 2017


Bainbridge, Georgia


Alec Taylor

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas to everyone!!! I hope you all have been able to feel the Joy that this season brings. If not shoot me an email and I will send some of the extra cookies and stuff I have.

Monday, December 18:
Pretty average P-Day but with one thing changed. I was basically the sickest I've ever been. I don't remember ever feeling so ill in my life. I think I had gotten sick from some bad food Sunday night but this whole day was miserable.
Tuesday, December 19:
Woke up today hoping to feel better. Didn't feel any better. Went to District meeting and as far as I remember it was pretty fun. We all received news on transfers yesterday and Sister Button will be heading to Mobile and Sister Gregson will be getting another brand New missionary. Everyone else in the District is staying the same. Elder Casper and Elder Feeny came to Bainbridge with us for an exchange. Elder Casper and I went and visited Sister Kincaid and Zach & Faith. Then all four of us went to dinner at a members house named Sister Solliday. By the end of the day I was feeling a little bit better.
Wednesday, December 20:
We all went to Salvation Army and got some serious work done there. Afterwards we all went and knocked some doors. Elder Casper and I also had a lesson with Alvin. By the end of today my sickness was no more.
Thursday, December 21:
Today we had A solid day of weekly planning. Also had a lesson with Amaris. She is looking forward to being baptized!!!
Friday, December 22:
Pretty much one word to describe the whole day: SERVICE.
Saturday, December 23:
Basically a day full of knocking doors with no one answering or wanting to listen. We have tried knocking this new area and aren't having much luck.
Sunday, December 24:
We only had one hour of church today. We went to a few different Christmas parties and it was fun because we got some referrals of people to teach. Unfortunately none of them live in our area so we sent text messages to the missionaries serving in the areas where they live. Most of them were to missionaries in Georgia Missions.

Scripture and a Quote:

Doctrine & Covenants 31:3
"3 Lift up your heart and rejoice, for the hour of your mission is come; and your tongue shall be loosed, and you shall declare glad tidings of great joy unto this generation."

“Whatever our age, capacity, Church calling, or location, we are as one, called to the work to help Him in His harvest of souls until He comes again.”
—President Henry B. Eyring


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