Elder Broadhead is serving a 24 month mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Veracruz, Mexico. This blog will be a collection of his weekly emails and pictures for his family and friends to keep up on his mission experiences.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

May 6th-13th, 2013

Hey peeps,
it was awesome talking to you guys yesterday, sorry i coldn´t speak very good english haha, i really don´t have a problem speaking english, i don´t know what happend to me haha. But it looks like you guys are doing good and having a fun time. Today we are going to do divisiones with the ward mission leader and the secretary of the ward so elder paredes can go say goodbye to some people and me and the ward mission leader can get some work done. I´m excited for the changes and i know we are going to have a lot of success here in the area and zone. the zone is a little bit low but we are working to get it back to full status.
the pictures are off us and the district leader and his companion eating pizza last p day. so don´t worry dad we do do some fun stuff on p day haha. the other picture is of the family i was telling you about yesterday. when the dad (jose alberto) gave the opening prayer through tears in his eyes he thanked god for making him the happiest man in the world. the spirit really touched me heart in that moment and i felt really glad to have been a part of it. This last week when we would get to their house at night to teach them, we would find them all huddled around the little table in their small two room block house reading a loud from the book of mormon, waiting for us. I know the gospel of jesus christ changes lives, i´ve seen it in my own life and countless times in the lives of others.
now i´m working on getting a good zone class prepared for this week. i´m going to teach the elders about developing christlike attributes. i think if we were trying to be more like christ we would have more success here. all in all i´m happy and working hard. love you guys a lot and talk to ya next week!
love elder Broadhead 

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