Friday, February 1, 2013

Elder McEwan Arrives!

Welcome to Chuuk Elder McEwan!
Elder Obray on the right went to Guam to train and bring his new companion Elder McEwan back home to Chuuk .  It is truly a small world, both of these wonderful young men attended the same High School but were in different grades. Here they are together once again, this time to serve the Lord and his people.  
Missionary work is a manifestation of our spiritual identity and heritage.  It is not whether or not I am going on a mission; rather, it is becoming a missionary and serving throughout our entire life with all of our heart, might, mind, and strength.  Elder Dallin H. Oaks taught;  Most effectively about the challenge to become something instead of just doing expected things or performing certain actions.
 ~Weno District South missionaries & Elder Tiffany~ 
Elder Pita, Elder McEwan, Elder Obray, Elder Allen & Elder Tiffany... They serve in the Mechitiw and Sapuk Branches
We are sons of God and the seed of Abraham

“For whoso is faithful unto the obtaining these two priesthoods of which I have spoken, and the magnifying their calling, are sanctified by the Spirit unto the renewing of their bodies.

We declare our witness that Jesus is the Christ, our Savior and Redeemer. We know that He lives! And I witness that we, as holders of the priesthood, are His representatives in the glorious work of proclaiming His gospel, today and always.

1 comment:

  1. Elder and Sister Tiffany. Thank you for sharing your testimonies. Thanks for taking the time to post all this great info and pictures about the MGM and especially Chuuk. I served in Chuuk over 20 years ago. I love to see all the very recent pictures you are sending. Uwei ai kapongen niminimoch ngeni ekkewe Elders mi meinisin Chon Chuuk.

    Kini sou chapur!