Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Transfer Meeting

We met with the new missionaries for some administrative items and training.  We were able to complete all of the administrative items fairly quickly.  And President Cusick completed his initial interviews with the arriving missionaries last evening.  So it was not as rushed and fast paced as in the past.

With only four departing missionaries (one left on Saturday) and six arriving missionaries, this was a small transfer.  In some ways, I enjoyed this more because I had time to visit with the missionaries who were there.

Following the transfer meeting, we drove to Haines City so I could conduct a special considerations interview.  President Healey, the other counselor, is assigned to conduct these interviews for the Lakeland Zone, which is where the investigator lives.  However, because of a conflict, I was asked to do it.  One of the missionaries who has been teaching the investigator is Elder Brau, the son of my BYU faculty colleague and friend.  I was happy to learn that he will be having some baptisms.

After the interview, it took us 2 hours to drive back to our apartment.  Another long day, but a good one.

Senior missionaries at the transfer meeting; Alexanders, Hardy's, Smiths, and us.

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