President and Sister Dunn

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Vaal- Very Last!

On Tuesday November 8, 2016 we hosted our last zone for interviews. The Vaal Zone has to drive a bit further and we also visited with 6 members of their zone up where they stay in Ikakeng. So, we loved getting this last group here today.
Pictured here:
Elder Zitumane, Elder Mkwizu, Elder West, Elder Dorn, Elder Mugenyi, Elder Phiri, Elder Dube, Elder Adams, President Dunn

Each day the weather has improved and so has my broken ankle. Today we started in the sunshine on the deck. Elder Mapenda, Elder Wride and Elder Chakanyuka all met there and discussed the highlights for them in the reading so far in the Book of Mormon.

We also  enjoyed a few sweet treats.

Elder Allen and Elder Wride enjoying a few minutes to relax before we began today.

In between times, we often get two groups overlapping and our numbers grow. It is wonderful to fill the mission home with missionaries!

They also like to greet and be with each other as they are coming and going

Not sure if they are coming or going! Elder Mapenda, Elder Allen, Elder Chakanyuka and Elder Wride.

The Assistants dropped in to pick up Elder MkWizu to take him to a doctor appointment.

Loved hearing insights shared by our wonderful missionaries. here is Elder Dorn with Elder Adams. 
Close up and peronal with Elder Mugyeni

Elder Mugenyi, Elder Adams, Elder Dorn and Elder Phiri

Elder Dorn, Elder West, Elder Mugenyi and elder Adams

We love each and every one of these Elders.

Since this was the last group, we had a little more time at the end and let them play a little ping pong before they left.

Sister Irene has been so helpful- supplying lemon water to every group when they first arrive. She has been my legs for me during this two week period when all the interviews happened.

She also cut and served watermelon to everyone. A little taste of summer here in South Africa!

Well, we have another round of interviews behind us. We will only have 4 more rounds before July 2017. We need to enjoy each and every time we get them to come to the mission home.

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