Thursday, July 7, 2011

Interviews this month.

Some of the Freetown Zone missionaries enjoying a little popcorn while they await their interview with President Roggia.
We watched the new Joseph Smith video.  None had seen it.
Lumley District getting into the van to head back to their areas after interviews.
 Elder Norton shaking hands with a man they are teaching. (Elder Hill next to him, Elder Smoot and Elder Jenkins outside of the van)
 Elder Goncolo (teasing me about taking pictures) and Elder Jenkins.  
I told Elder Priddis this was for his parents.  He has his Sierra Leone drivers license now and this was his second time to drive in heavy traffic.  Not an easy task-- He is doing great, Mom and Dad! 
 This is a beautiful time of year around the Mission Office.  The plants and trees are gorgeous!
 Freetown East Zone: Elders Massey, Adjei, Eyinda, Intsiful, and Emanuelson with Elder Smoot and Elder Priddis in back for Zone Leadership Training which includes district and zone leaders.  We were meeting at the new Kissy Chapel.  This room (or pod) is the Relief Society Room.  We had a nice breeze flowing through the windows.  It kept things cooler during the training.
We brought some refreshments for the missionaries coming in for interviews.
Elders Massey, Purcell, Appleby and Pabie enjoying the newest Liahona.
Elder Eyinda (left) and Elder Tawiah (center) were childhood friends.  They went their separate ways when they were older.  They were both happy to get to see each other again.  (Elder Adjei watching on)
Elder Egbo and Elder Intsiful
 Elders Massey and Moss (back) Rochester, Addo, and Emanuelson.
 Elders Tawiah, Wood, Pabie and Appleby
Elder Purcell and Elder Massey
 Elder Rochester and Elder Moss
 Elder Buckman and Elder Vogl
 President Roggia's last interview of the day, Freetown East Zone Leaders: Elder Adjei (in front of President) and Elder Eyinda, (left)  President was using the new Kissy Chapel's district office.
Elder Hickey and Elder Afadi, office elders who are working hard on finding apartments and doing gps coordinates for branch splits.  They are very busy.

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