Monday, December 28, 2015

Discovering Bolivia, a lost little girl and a special conference NOVEMBER 2015


Both our mission cars needed to be changed because of their mileage and age. So in bringing a 'new' car to Sucre we got to travel new roads, and discover new cities. 

Someday perhaps we can send missionaries here, but for now we build from centers of strength (we teach close to the church buildings so we do not have members in far away areas without support of local wards or branches.)

As usual, the trip was full of things to see alongside the road.  The mama pig was leading these little piglets down the road but I did not get the camera fast enough to get her too.

Goats love to run across the street. President Hansen has to be very watchful. This is taken through the car window.

We arrived in Tupiza to participate in a district conference only to     find our missionaries hurrying down the street. One of the little girls whose family had traveled from Uyuni for the conference, was                                                  missing.
 We joined in the search and every time we went down a different street we saw missionaries, out in force, looking for this little girl. We were so proud of their united efforts and prayers. The police finally found this little one, VERY far from where she went missing.  

One of the amazing things about Bolivia is the distance the Saints travel to attend meetings. This entire choir was from Uyuni, they traveled MANY hours by bus or train arriving in the wee hours of the morning. But they came to enjoy the District conference, smiling and enjoying their journey. 


                                                                                                                                           The end of November brought a wonderful gift. We were privileged to have Elder Godoy come for a special zone conference with ALL missionaries in Cochabamba and another conference with ALL missionaries in the south, held in Sucre. He lifted, taught and inspired us.

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