|Elder Tiffany and Elder Johnson"Our spiritual journey is the process of a lifetime. We do not know everything in the beginning or even along the way. Our conversion comes step by step, line upon line. We first build a foundation of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. We treasure the principles and ordinances of repentance, baptism, and receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost. We include a continuing commitment to prayer, a willingness to be obedient, and an ongoing witness of the Book of Mormon"|
Elder Johnson with his parents Brother Russell and Sister Joan
|After their boat ride yesterday, they are just happy Papa Johnson is okay and able to eat dinner with us...|
Elder J's last Chuukese dinner and party @ President Tarsis' home with lots of family... We ate Chuukese dinner of fried breadfruit, cooked banana's, fresh tuna, fried chicken, rice, taro, fresh coconuts and cinnamon rolls.
Through the years we take these important spiritual steps over and over again. We begin to see that “he that receiveth light, and continueth in God, receiveth more light; and that light groweth brighter and brighter until the perfect day” (D&C 50:24). Our questions and doubts are resolved or become less concerning to us. Our faith becomes simple and pure. We come to know what we already knew.