Our mission has gone digital. All the missionaries got iPads this week. We had a mission-wide meeting Tuesday on how to safeguard use of iPads for missionaries. Everyone was very excited.
|Portuguese missionaries with their new iPads|
|Meagan and Fernando with Sister Wheeler|
|Fernando giving a DVD to friends at the 7-11|
|Wild animals at the mall|
One of the things the younger missionaries don't have to do is Income Tax. This took much of the morning on Friday, even after most of it was mostly completed earlier. At least it's done so we don't have to take all the records with us to Brazil. After that we needed to get out for a walk along a new section of the Jordan River.
Petroglyphs along the trail
On the way back we stopped by an interesting church. There was no sign on the church identifying it, but the calendar was written in the Cyrillic alphabet - Russian Orthodox maybe?
|St George Russian Orthodox Church|
|Storage house at the farm|
|Hindus in Utah|
|China Town of Salt Lake|
|The 9th and 9th district|
|We saw murals like this in Canada|
We had a good day Sunday. The ward is starting a new missionary activity in which teams get points for missionary activities. The Ward Council has been discussing the problems with how to count the points for the last two weeks. I finally came with a solution which resolved all the problems. The counselor on the bishopric said "You can go now, you've done your job here". Let's hope it turns out to be prophetic and we get our visas soon.