|After the announcements, President Dunn gave a terrific training on the Priesthood Peloton. He trained on how leadership is meant to rotate, but the leaders in the front, like geese and a bike peloton, pull the rest of the pack along with them.|
|His analogies were powerful and relevant for leadership in a mission. There was great discussion and a useful and applicable training.|
|Bedfordview Zone with the zone leaders below, as they are discussing the progress made and areas to focus on.|
|The Benoni Zone is discussed. Both Elder Campbell and Elder Zitumane are good at engaging zone leaders in discussion and complementing the good things that are happening.|
|Next up, Johannesburg Zone|
Below is the Roodepoort Zone stats.
|The Vaal was #1 this past transfer in re-engagements. Each zone gets highlighted for the area they led out in the past transfer. It is such a great way to encourage and spotlight great performance.|
|This slide summarizes all of the highest achieving zones in these respective goals. It shows how much progress is happening across the mission. The Assistants do a great job compiling all of this.|
|We took a break and in honor of Thanksgiving today in America, we had turkey sandwiches on homemade bread with a festive salad and pumpkin dessert.|
|We also went around the table and shared thoughts of gratitude. It was a nice lunch break on a special day for the Americans. Only 5 of 16 Elders in our Leadership Team are from America- but the others enjoyed trying turkey, some for the first time!|
|Here are our newest zone leaders, attending their first meeting today.|
Elder Hlophe, Elder Mazinyane, Elder Benson and Elder Lambert.
|We love having missionaries add to this group and increase the effectiveness of the council.|
|Today was the last meeting for Elder Nelson, who goes home on Tuesday December 13th to Australia, just in time for Christmas. He will be missed and he has left a great legacy of leadership.|