November 11, 2019


Salvador Mazza, Argentina


Elder Billings

The Storm

On Saturday night we had a crazy storm that was just a ton of wind and pouring rain, even though the day started out at 90 degrees. The power went out and so we did what anyone would do during a crazy crazy storm, We made BANANA BREAD! and crepes because all of our milk was gonna go bad without power so we had to use it.

We also went to Salta for the 6 semanas meeting with all the new missionaries, which was way cool, because we met back up with all of my mtc buddies.

The bus ride was 8 HOURS there and back.

Also on a cool note we have an investigator who really is ready to hear the gospel like it says in D&C 4:

4 For behold the afield is white already to bharvest; and lo, he that thrusteth in his sickle with his might, the same layeth up in cstore that he perisheth not, but bringeth salvation to his soul;

Also another thing that really stuck out to me this week is that the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints really is the same church that Christ established, and I have the opportunity and the duty to share that with others!

This has been just in with Justin, stay tuned for another one next Lunes. We did grilled cheese too

He also told us: He's been eating oatmeal every morning for breakfast, and they make a lot of crepes (Mom is glad, because eggs are healthy).

Pictures: Justin meets up with a lot of the Elders & Sisters that he new in the Mexico training center (CCM); Justin has a new hat; Justin cooking in his pension (apartment)


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