- The Mount Druitt District/
- with Elder Sloan, Elder Ialulu, Elder Cruz, Sister Kale and Sister Pak.
- with Elder Lelenoa and Elder Tangulu at the back.
- with Sister Kale from Tonga.
- With Sister Piutau, Sister Pak, Sister Nonu, Sister Vaiho, Elder Cruz and Sister Kale.
- after our Didtrict meeting .. Just taking photos before we all got transfer.
- with Sister Piutau, Sister Pak, Sister Mapuhi, Sister Wilson, Elder Sloan, Elder Kaufusi and Sister Kale.
- Pizza time at the kitchen.
The day came and we were able to have Bro. Bill as our member present and be able to work with him for 4 hours during that day. We went visiting our investigators and less-actives while waiting for the time to meet up with Candice and Lekisha. The time came and we then went to Candice and Lekisha's house, seeing that there is no car in the house. We thought that there is no one in the house but still we walk towards the home and knocked on the door. We had been praying for them that day with Bro. Bill that Spirit would be there with us and that we may extend a baptismal invitation with them being guided by the Spirit. We knocked on the door and we were so happy that they were just inside the house and that their car are being fixed at this moment that's why they don't have the car. We then get to know them well and introduced Bro. Bill as our member present. We then went inside the house and then started our lesson with using the 'How to Begin Teaching' and then introduced the lesson which is the Plan of Salvation. They did really asked heaps of questions to us and we were able to answer it all. Our lesson did really went great with them having our member present and also having the Spirit with us that time when teaching.
- at the Oscar's place for lunch.
- Welcome to DOONSIDE.
- Doonside Area.
- at the New Zealand Garden.
- this is Elder Sloan from New Zealand.
- Chang Lai Garden.
The Spirit is the most important single element in this work. With the Spirit magnifying our call, you can do miracles for the Lord in the mission field. Without the Spirit, you will never succeed regardless of your talent and ability ( President Ezra Taft Benson). At the middle part of our lesson, we invited them to come to church and the mom said 'yes' and she even invited her kids to come to church with her this Sunday. The kids also said 'yes' and I could see that they were sincere that time having the Spirit in our lesson. And at the very end of our lesson, we extend the baptismal invitation with Candice and Lekisha and with the help of the Spirit they both said 'YES' . We then set a baptismal date with them and when I look at them, they were really happy and with a smile on their faces. Knowing for myself that they want to follow the example of Jesus Christ by being baptized by someone who is holding the Priesthood authority of God.
- Sister Pak and Sister Kale.
- at the Chinese Garden in our area in Doonside.
- this is me and my companion Elder Sloan.
- with Elder Sloan and Sister Pak.
- at the bridge just taking photo of it.
- Elder Sloan, Elder Cecilio, Sister Pak and Sister Kale.
- after our New Arrivals Training 2.
- at the Sydney Australia Temple.
- The Humility posed.
- at the Carlingford Road while waiting for our bus to Epping train station.
- with Elder Sloan, Sister Jimmy, Sister Vaiho, Sister Nonu, Sister Herrera, Sister Edwards, Elder Cruz and Elder Tangulu.
- with Elder Cruz, Sister Edwards, Sister Nonu, Sister Vaiho and Sister Mariano.
- All the trainers and trainee in our zone at the train back to our own areas.
-Sister Vaiho, Sister Nonu and Elder Cruz.
- The Blacktown Worker's Club.
- dinner time! at the Blacktown Worker's Club with the Simi Family.
- last good byes to Sister Kale
and Sister Brown.
This week has been great for me and my companion even the weather this week wasn't good but still the work is still on. We had been finding heaps of miracles and success in our area with the help of our ward mission leader and the ward council. My companion and I had been working hard everyday and because of that the Lord had blessed us with miracles of doing missionary work. My best practice as Teaching as Jesus taught is by teaching with the Spirit. We know that the Spirit is the most important element in everything that we do and without the Spirit we cannot teach. I also learned that we can touch people lives by sharing short, simple and powerful statements with them. Something that I will intend to do better so that the mission will be in good shape for the new mission president is being a freely obedient missionary. Being freely obedient is not hard to do as long as you serve with all your heart, might, mind and strength for the work of the Lord.