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.|