November 6, 2017




Sister Rawlinson

Weekly Email :)

Not that much happened this week sadly. It was kind of a hard week to be honest. Sister Rawlinson and I struggled a lot but there were still some good moments sprinkled throughout the week. We helped our ward mission leader pack up and move. His name is Brother Bighorse and I love him and I am still in denial that he is gone. I don't know if anyone will be able to fill his shoes because he is just an awesome guy. So below is an awesome awkward photo of me and him. Haha!

Also, I love senior couples. They make life so much better out here on the mission. Sister Patterson came with us to a lesson to help teach and it was amazing. The lesson went wonderful and her spirit is so bright. You could see the love she has for the Savior so plainly it was truly amazing. I hope that I will be able to teach like she did one day.

So I mentioned that this week was a bit of a struggle but I found a lot of peace. I bet you can't guess where.... yup! I found it in the gospel. Specifically in the scripture in D&C 100:4. This morning I read this scripture and the word Suffer seems to stand out. So I decided to look it up in the dictionary and study it out. I came to the conclusion that sometimes the Lord allows us to experience pain so we can learn to endure it. In life we all suffer from an array of different things. Specifically for me I suffered this week with the work and other experiences that God allowed me to have. He allowed me to not have the greatest week so that I could learn how to endure. How to push through. Now that I look back on my week I can better see the hand of the Lord in my life. I can see how I have changed and grown in such a short amount of time. I am so grateful that the Lord allows me to struggle so that I can start to fulfill my divine potential. I am filled with gratitude for my Savior and what he suffer for me. How great was his sacrifice. My understanding of life and of how fully the atonement helps us in it has deepen as I have made my way through this last week. I now look to the future and how I am going to continue to strive to represent my Lord Jesus Christ in the best way I know how. I love this gospel. It truly only brings pure happiness. I invite all of you to look to your Savior this week. He has done so much for each of you and is continuing to help you whether you realize it or not. I love you all. I hope you have a grand ole week! :)

Love Sister Keller

1) We found a colorful arch in the middle of an apartment complex so naturally I had to have a picture
2) There are gazebos everywhere here and I absolutely love them. We found this gigantic one a few days ago :)
3) Brother Bighorse and I


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