September 9, 2019


Bydgoszcz, Poland


Sister Jones

"I must refrain from dabbing" -Sister Jones

This week, Sister Jones got legal!! She got her stamp in her passport and won't be deported again yay!! We are so happy haha!! The process only took 3 hours and it was a success.

On Saturday we decided to visit a member. We were having trouble getting a hold of her so we decided to just drop by. When we knocked on her door, she said she's only been home for 15 minutes! And we talked with her and talked about the Book of Mormon and the hope it brings us. I was feeling like she should share a scripture about hope and then Sister Jones thought the same and pulled out one to read! So cool!

We also had new people come to English class this week. We are trying really hard to get more people to come to English and it was nice to see our efforts pay off with that.

I'm loving living in Poland and although missions are hard, I'm learning more about Jesus Christ. As we go through hard things, we learn just a tiny bit of what Christ felt for us. We walk on just a part of the path to Gethsemane that He walked on. I'm so grateful for my Savior Jesus Christ. 💓

Kocham Was
Siostra Webber

We went to a zoo today!!
Sister Jones with her stamped passport!!
The Kagele girls with giant playing cards :)


« Back

Coming Events

Poland Warsaw Mission

Length of Service

100 %

Days in Mission Field