Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Missionary Weekly Letters - Annika K. Bruno - 27 Jun 2011 - 3 Jul 2011

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From: Evan Antone Schmutz
Date: Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 10:51 AM
Subject: RE: Missionary Weekly Letters - Annika K. Bruno - 27 Jun 2011 - 3 Jul 2011
To: ""

Dear Sister Bruno,
We are really looking forward to seeing you soon in Baclayon.  I am so convinced that you are right for that area and for Sister Akiaton.  I can't wait to see what wonderful activity comes out of your service there.  You have had great experience in your mission and can provide a wonderful impact on your companion.  Please love her and support her.  Show that obedience and diligence is the only way to serve a mission.  Siseter Akiaton will show you the same qualities right back.  See you soon.
All my love,
president Schmutz

From: []
Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2011 10:43 PM
To: Philippines Cebu Mission President
Subject: Missionary Weekly Letters - Annika K. Bruno - 27 Jun 2011 - 3 Jul 2011

Annika K. Bruno

Phone: 09399369921
Area: Marigondon
Companion(s): Kathleen Y. Falculan

Report period: 27 Jun 2011 - 3 Jul 2011
Area: Marigondon
Companion(s): Kathleen Y. Falculan

Dear President,

This week we have been so blessed its amazing how many blessings we have recieved that we dont deserve. Randy, a recent convert, actually has re-surfaced from laying low, and is now going strong talking about going on a mission again! Louie decided to quit smoking and has gained a strong will to do so. We have high hopes for him. There is a huge group of family and friends we teach each night that are all potential priesthood holders. They have started to refer their friends and the group keeps growing.

Sister Amy is now 75% sure she wants to get baptized which is a huge jump from when she said she was 50% sure. She really has a great desire to learn for herself it is true, and as long as she keeps reading the book of mormon and going to church I will continue to do everything I can to help her reach 100%

Almost all of our recent converts have come back to church which took a lot of work, but through prayers and fasting on our part they have become stronger in their testimonies.

I am grateful for the time with Sister Falculan she has taught me so much, and I wish that our companionship could last my whole mission. She atlast goes home in September, and I fear that she will probably be transfered (we find out a little later today). I have faith though whatever transfers bring that its for the best.

Thank you for your letter last week it helped a lot.

Sister Bruno


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