Mission Address

Japan Nagoya Mission
1-304 Itakadai, Meito-ku
Nagoya, Japan T465-0028

Sunday, January 29, 2017

weekly mission email

Just some thoughts that came up in this past week:

Have you ever looked up the definition of an asp or a cockatrice? They
show up in 2 NE 21:8 my eyes have been opened; it puts a whole new
perspective on the scripture. An Asp is apparently a Cobra used by the
Pharaohs as a symbol of their power over life and death; and a
cockatrice is basically a basilisk. Whoa.
Also, what does 'driven' in the term "driven snow" mean? 1 NE 11:8

I never realized how much left-handed I was until I lost the use of my
left thumb for a day. (it was just a scratch; a flesh-wound) --don't
worry about it

Starbucks doesn't do the name-calling thing in Japan like in America?!
You got to be kidding, that was my favorite part!

Guess what! Missionary schedules are changing around the world! There
have been official changes from the Quorum and Presidency made to
P-Day, regular schedule, and the Key Indicators--to be effected almost
immediately. That includes two extra hours P-Day, and
decide-it-yourself-with-some-required-guidelines proselytizing days!
Wow, weren't we all surprised at that! We are literally receiving the
freedom to decide as a companionship when all our studies, eating,
exercising, planning, etc. will happen throughout the day; As long as
they happen for a certain (often slightly shortened) amount of time,
you're good, it seems. Well boi-Yeah!

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