Trujillo Peru North Mission

Trujillo Peru North Mission
Amos de la Viña

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Senior Missionaries, Interns and Temple Builders...

Last night we invited our Senior Missionaries, The Fenn's and The Tenney's to have 
Family Home Evening at the mission home.
The Fenn's are here to build the temple, and the Tenney's are here with an Internship from 
University of Utah (go red-Scott that one is for you!)
 We ate a wonderful meal of Lomo Soltado and visited with one another. 
 Lomo Saltado is a meal typical of this region of Peru, a beef dish with onions and red peppers, and yellow aji peppers, maybe it is like a Peruvian version of fajitas.
 Look at those beautiful Mangos and Pineapple…you can't go wrong in Peru with the 
great fresh fruits and vegetables. 
 We had a wonderful Family Night lesson, shared a little about ourselves and finished up with a little dessert. 
From Left, Sister Moore- Missionary, self-sufficiency; Brother and Sister Fenn, President Marler, behind him is Sister Angell and behind Sister Marler is Sister Vaughan, office missionaries; Sister Arana- self sufficiency; Elder and Sister Smith- Member Leadership Missionaries; in the back, Elder and Sister Padilla- Family History Missionaries; The Tenney's, and the Anderson's, Temple Construction Missionaries. 
If you would like to learn more about being a senior missionary and serving the Lord now that you have some spare time…click here!

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