|Zac lives in a house with these great missionaries who are from Ecuador, Peru and Chile.|
|Zac loves his new room.|
|It was hard to leave the wonderful families Zac met in Chan Chan. |
Here are a few pictures of people he will never forget.
|Last picture with the wonderful missionaries |
in the Central Zone. Zac will really miss the people
in the Chan Chan Ward but is looking forward
to his transfer to the Esperanza Zone and
meeting the people in the Jordan Ward this week.
|The missionaries got together on Thanksgiving and |
had a Peruvian style feast--chicken, green rice and bananas.
|After their Peruvian feast with the other missionaries at lunch, they were |
treated to a real American style Thanksgiving dinner.
|One of their favorite families fixed a real turkey dinner for them. Amy is the best cook ever!|
|Ginger ale with cranberry juice completed the meal.|
|Zac will miss this family very much.|
|Getting directions at the practice before the musical fireside|
|The Chan Chan Ward had a great activity to encourage the members|
to invite friends to find out more about the gospel.
Zac is standing between his companion Elder Lavado
and Roman, a wonderful man who was recently baptized.
The event was orchestrated by Marco, who is the best mission leader ever.
|Elder Vimahi brought Zac some sandals made from tires when he visited last week.|
|He loves them!|
|President Marler always sets a great example by working right alongside his missionaries.|
|And no one could ever call Sister Marler a slacker.|
|Zac got really sunburned but was glad to be a part of this great event.|
|Start with homemade barbells created with |
water jugs and a shower curtain rod.
|Maintain regular heavy lifting.|
|Elder Newman, Elder Lavado and Elder Farnsworth think it will work!|