Monday, May 2, 2016

hey I am on! What time do you want to skype on Sunday?‏

hey I am on! What time do you want to skype on Sunday?
Elder Gardner's Mom is excited to talk with her favorite missionary Sunday!

Eric Mitchell Adams, 62, and Cheri Lynn Wiscombe Adams, five children, Fossil Creek Ward, Loveland Colorado Stake: El Salvador San Salvador West/Belize Mission, succeeding President Kai D. Hintze and Sister Diane Hintze. Brother Adams serves as a high councilor and is a former stake president, stake presidency counselor, bishopric counselor, high priests group instructor, temple ordinance worker and missionary in the Argentina North Mission. Market president commercial lending, Wells Fargo Bank Corp. Born in Rexburg, Idaho, to Richard Norman Adams and Nelda Holm Adams.
Sister Adams is a former ward Primary president, ward Relief Society, Young Women and Primary presidency counselor, ward missionary and Primary teacher. Born in Vernal, Utah, to Arthur Clark Wiscombe and Doris Joy Myers Wiscombe.

So last week about 200 white people came here to El Salvador to do a health clinic, there were a ton of dentists, hygienists, and denttal assitants. But there were also foot doctors and eye doctors. On wednesdaywe went to the last day of the clinic to get Elder Rassmussen's feet checked out. But I saw just a ton of dentists and doctros there, the whole chapel by the temple had been turned into a huge dental office. the white dentists were fixing everyone's teeth, mostly for the youth who are preparing to go on their missions. There were a lot of wisdom getting uplled out, but it was awesome. We were only there for about an hour and a half but I felt like I had returned to the U.S. I talked with several ppl from Mountain Home and one guy says he knows Dad office, he took a pic with me on his iphone. He said he drove down 12th avenue 2 weeks ago so it was so awesome to talk to him. 

he is an optomotrist from Mountain Home, he has braces and glasses, his first name is actually Nathan so maybe you'll have to look the guy. I talked with him a little bit and he knows where we live, etc. So he was a nice guy, it was cool to see all those white people. 

the crazy dude named julio who came to church that one time.

Our baptism!‏

On saturday we had an incredible baptism, the Cortez Family got baptized. Hno. Jose Angel who got baptized back in march baptized his wife and it really was a beautiful experience.  We invited P. HIntze and his wife because they already knew the Cortez family and I think they enjoyed the baptismal service so that was great.

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