Sunday, January 6, 2013

For All the New Missionaries Coming Soon...

We have received notice of the February, March and April new missionaries coming to the Sierra Leone Freetown Mission.  There are many, many arriving!  Please scroll through the blog from the beginning to now.  It will give all of you some idea of what it is like here!  This is the Best Mission in the World!  We welcome all and look forward to meeting each of you!
Incredible balance!  Love it!
On the road from Bo
Well built huts
Pineapple for sale (in Ghana)
Fish for Sale in Monrovia, Liberia
Large bats about 10 a.m. in Accra, Ghana.  We have lots of bats in the Freetown Freedom Cotton Tree in the center of downtown Freetown.
Some youth having fun in the water at Aberdeen in Freetown.
This is how clothes are sold here.
Coconuts in Bo
A material shop in Liberia...not very clear but gives you an idea.
Lots of chickens
 We have a family of monkeys at the Mission Office in Freetown.  This guy is about 3 ft tall.
Fishing boats in Freetown.
Ships off the Monrovia coast.... and so much more.  The people in both countries are wonderful and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is growing and growing.  What a great blessing to be here serving the Lord.  It is the people of both countries that make Sierra Leone and Liberia so beautiful!


Clayton Guymon said...

I cannot express how excited I am to soon be there and serving the Lord and these wonderful people!! Can't wait to meet everyone!!!

mholi mthembu said...

I am very excited and looking forward to serving there will be a very great challenge in some aspects but I know the Lord will provide a way!! :D

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Its so wonderful out there how I will to be in the mission now. And I like there culture and the people is very nice.

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Velaphi Manzini said...

Very nice place, I'm am looking forward to going there and hopefully improve my English at the same time

tinita said...

Its a really great JOb i think they really need our Help to share what we have.

God Bless!

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AfriBats said...

Would you add your bat photo as a citizen-science observation to the AfriBats project on iNaturalist?:

AfriBats will use your observations to better understand bat distributions and help protect bats in Africa.

Please locate your picture on the map as precisely as possible to maximise the scientific value of your records.

Many thanks!

PS: the fruit bats at 37 Hospital (Accra) and cotton tree (Freetown) are the same species, Eidolon helvum