April 8, 2019


Bermejo Argentina


Elder Blas

Conference Weekend

Hello friends and family,
This week went by a little slowly as we were waiting to listen to conference this weekend. Luckily we were able to get some lessons in and teach some people as well! Its getting better everyday in Bermejo as we know more about it and get to know the area and people better as well. The members here as so cool and always willing to help us missionaries with finding where people live.

This general conference was focused a lot on things that we need to do in this life to be prepared for the next life. Lots of the talks talked about families as well and I just wanted to give a shout out to my awesome family that I have! I have been so blessed to have each member in my family so close. The family really is the main part of Gods plan and is made that way to help us through this life, with whatever life throws at us! Special shout out to my sister Sadie and her amazing drawings she sent me! I love them so much!

One of my favorite talks was from Dale G Renlund. He talked a lot about blessings that we have. Sometimes we think we have to be perfect, or do outstanding works to receive blessings from God. But it is not like that. There are always blessing there ready for us as long as we do one thing. Act with faith. These little acts of faith don't have to be huge either. Little acts of faith are all that are required to receive blessings. I love that so much because sometimes we don't feel like we have done enough or are good enough to have them. But i can testify that its not like that. The blessings of God are always there for us to help as long as we do are part.

I hope that you guys had a good conference weekend as well and were able to feel of the awesome spirit and power from our prophet and his apostles.
I love you guys and hope you all have an awesome week!
Elder Bingham

1.Mate with the Argentina flag in a rubix cube
2.My comp and I having lunch


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