Kickin’ it in Kagiso
Wednesday February 11, 2015
Today we had the chance to go out in the field and spend time in the Soweto Zone. This is an area not far from our home in Roodepoort. These Elders are all serving pretty close to the mission office and in the biggest township in the world. Soweto stands for Southwest Township. Overtime, the Soweto Zone has been a productive area of the mission. Elders usually have many people to teach, due to the fact that Soweto is an area that people are out and about and it is easier to meet and find investigators.
When we said good-bye, we headed to the Kagiso 1 and 2 Elders. We traveled together to a township area called Kagiso and met up with some of their appointments.
We then went to teach a family. Eric and his wife Rejoice were so impressive. The welcomed us in their home and we felt the spirit as we shared a lesson on the Plan of Salvation. We hope to go back and visit them again.
|We got a sense of the area in a deeper way and we even had time to pose by the Kagiso Memorial. We love our Elders and learn so much spending time with them.|
|Elder Mayende, from Kenya Elder Xalibile from South Africa, Elder Rizk from Austria, President Dunn and Elder Henley from Utah|