Monthly Archives: September 2010

First baptism!

September 29, 2010 I had a baptism this week!  Her name is Zhang Xia Fan.  The first time I met her was in the font.  It went really well.  Her foot came up on the first try, but I stepped … Continue reading

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1st letter from Singapore

September 17, 2010 Hey family! This is my first hand-written letter from Singapore, so that’s pretty sweet, right? Well, I’m learning some important lessons in the mission field.  Babying your children their entire life doesn’t do them any favors.  Being … Continue reading

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Mooncake Festival

September 22, 2010 It’s been a really good week.  I taught a lesson on splits for the first time last Friday.  Elder Teng surprised me by leaving and having a member I don’t know stay with me.  Then, he dropped … Continue reading

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Singapore is a FINE city

September 15, 2010 Let me explain the subject first.  Singapore has a fine for everything: picking flowers, spitting, importing chewing gum, etc.  So the big tourist shirt is Singapore is a FINE city with a list of fines on it.  … Continue reading

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Hello everyone, lah

September 8, 2010 Slow week.  We’ve only had like three teaching appointments so far, and we’ve been contacting every day for about four hours.  Tuesday we were out for even longer than that. It has been raining for about three … Continue reading

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E-mail from Mission President’s Wife

September 4, 2010 Dear Brother and Sister Moody, We are so excited to welcome Elder Moody into the Singapore Mission.  Your son arrived last week during one of the most exciting moments in the history of the Singapore mission.  For … Continue reading

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