June 25, 2018


Spokane, Washington


Elder Huff

Saying goodbye and new investigators

This week was another good one! Started off the week with a hike for FHE, we actually ended up going out of our zone... Woops but we didn't know that it was going to be out of the zone and we called President right after so its all good!
Speaking of President, this is his last week here. He's going to be leaving on Saturday and President Thompson will be our new mission president. It’s going to be weird to have a new mission president, but I'm excited for the new experience. I'm going to miss President Dymock for sure!
Tuesday we had zone Confrence and that was awesome! We had our last teachings from president and practiced for when President Thompson arrives so we can welcome him to Waspo well! We are doing that on the fourth of July so that should be fun for the holiday! We went to Costa Vida after and that is always great!
Wednesday we did some service at this bike shop in downtown. It was a good time and we got to ride some sweet bikes for a little bit.
Thursday we had more service for this guy named Jerry. He's an awesome guy! He has leukemia and so he can't do his own yard work anymore and it's pretty sad but he's such a cool guy! He's still young and has a young family whose awesome too! We asked them if we could teach them a lesson. He said we can and we are planning on doing that soon!
The next two days we got new investigators!!! So great! One is named Liam and the other is Jake. Both super cool guys. Liam was a referral from the sister in the Palouse ward and Jake we tracted near Gonzaga. Both of them are awesome and super open to hearing about the gospel. We were able to teach Jake the restoration right when we met him. He just invited us in! It went well and we are planning on going back on Saturday. Liam we are going to be teaching tonight!! I will let you know how both of them go!

Hope you all had a great week and saw God's hand in your life! I love and miss you all! Have a great week!

Some more pictures from Manito Park, and President and Sister Dymock with their departure gift from all of us.
It has pictures of all their missionaries from the last three years!

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Elder Webb


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