Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Building Zion in Cyprus

Isn't it interesting that sometimes you have to travel oceans and continents to find the people you may have known pre-mortally? Such are these wonderful friends, the Georgevas,

or these sweet sister missionaries, Sister Rumbach and Almeida,

these amazing elders,

even brand new ones straight from the MTC in the USA,

ones who have been out longer,

or clean the church with us.

Some we feed every Sunday,

some serve us,

but they all have this incredible spirit,

this goodness and innocence.

Some may be a little strange,

but wonderful.

Some we get to teach,

and enjoy,

and remember,

and keep in our hearts.

forever and ever, amen!


  1. Did I hear a little randy Travis in that blog? I liked it ....a lot!

  2. I love the pictures!! Y'all are wonderful wonderful missionaries!! You are touching so many many lives!! Keep up the good work!! Love and miss you!!

  3. It is silly I suppose, but you posted on my blog, which led me to your blog, which has led me to tears and inspiration!! You are amazing to me!! I miss Cyprus and Greece and now I want to go back to see y'all again!! Wow.... beautiful pictures and what an great and crazy experience y'all are having!! I sure love and miss y'all!! My kids (esp Tori) says I miss Grandma and Grandpa Christensen!! Thanks for being such great examples to us!! I can't wait to serve a mission one day!

  4. This is such a sweet post. It touched me to see you sharing your wonderful spirit and testimonies with so many different types of people. What fantastic examples you are.

  5. Isn't it wonderful to make such great friends from all around the world? We love your blog updates.

  6. Thanks to you all! You make me want to keep up my posts. We will have another baptism this Saturday, so I will update then. Thanks for your support!