Category Archives: Taichung

Leaving Daya

April 11, 2017 Well, I’m leaving Daya! President Teh texted me on Saturday evening to let me know that I will be white-wash training for the last two transfers of my mission. I’m not gonna lie, I had no desire … Continue reading

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Met an “apostle”

April 3, 2017 Well, this week was a blast right from the start. On Monday we played basketball with about 20 other missionaries. For some reason we have a mission full of really good ballers, so I’ve gotten way better … Continue reading

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Sharply reproved by a new member

March 27, 2017 This week can be illustrated with an upside-down bell curve. It started really high, dropped pretty low, and then slowly made its way back up to the top. For P-day, Elder Poon and I went bowling again. … Continue reading

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You. Must. Sow.

March 20, 2017 Well my email is going to be a little long, but I promise its a good read. I’m simply copying my journal entry from Thursday of this week. Well, here I am with a little less than four … Continue reading

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Take no thought what ye shall eat…

March 13, 2017 Time goes by too fast, but it’s good while it’s lasting. On P-day Elder Poon and I went bowling. Elder Poon is a weirdly good bowler. He rolled a turkey and got a free game from it. … Continue reading

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Henry was baptized!

March 6, 2017 I did the math this morning, and this is the 80th+ email that I’ve sent home. It’s always interesting thinking about my weekly email, realizing that I do basically the same stuff every week and then have … Continue reading

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You Are My Sunshine!

February 28, 2017 Well, President Teh is a master of making transfers impossible to predict, and he’’ done it again. I’ll be staying for my fifth transfer in Daya. That means that I’ll be in this area for at least … Continue reading

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