This has prompted me to post about all of our assistants.
He and Elder Castillo served together. It was a great companionship.
his best friend return home. In April, 2016, Elder Smith returned to the mission for a visit, it was so wonderful to see the two of them together again.
This pictures is showing him receiving his English Certificate, he went from not speaking English to
fluency during the mission. Elder Zavaleta was a great missionary, he taught me how to teach the gospel of Jesus Christ. He always brought his family pictures into every lesson.
He is a humble servant of the Lord.
He was an amazing teacher.
It is always hard to loose an assistant when they go home. They become a part of your family,
you work with them and see them each and every day.
Each Assistant is unique, they bring their own strengths and talents, they will all be amazing leaders.
Elder Bond was another wonderful teacher, I loved teaching with him and some of most memorable moments teaching investigators are with him.
He always shares a smile and sparkling eyes with everyone.
He reminds me a lot of my son, maybe it is that houseful of girls he was raised with.
Elder Craft and Elder Marshall are the exact same height (as long as they both have their shoes off).
Elder Craft is joyful, and a joy to be around.
teaching, training, loving and advancing the mission during your time of service.
We love each of you.
President Marler has one little wish, to have all of you together in the same room one day,
the Celestial room, with your spouses.
If anyone can make that happen, it is the 12 of you!