Our Sacrament meeting today felt like the United Nations and we had a whopping 53 in attendance - almost a record (56). We had to keep setting up chairs and finding more hymn books. It was wonderful to have so many there. Even with the confusion and little ones running around, it was great. We had a family of 5 from Bulgaria come and stay the entire time. They are coming to English class this week and said they really like the feeling in our church.
Below is a picture of Pres. Jacobsen's Sunday School class. He had some Philippino sailors come. They loved the meetings and stayed for the entire block. One of them actually has a brother who is a member. They were only here for this week but gave all their information so the elders can forward it on to the missionaries where they live. They all said they wanted to hear more. :)
Elder Lyttle (left) goes home tomorrow to Scotland. Great Missionary. Also pictured are Pres. Bingham and Elder Dastrup
Same group but with Sis. Bingham.
Went to a fun art exhibit entitle: A Sack of Clay.
Just thought I'd throw this picture in of an egg on toast. Have you ever seen a yolk that golden? The picture really doesn't do it justice. Trust me - the brightest yolk ever!
Hope you all had a great weekend and that the week ahead is good. Think of someone to share the gospel with - even if it is yourself!