P-day: Today we cleaned the apartment, got some groceries and then played basketball in the park next to us. At night we had family home evening at the church and we had a pretty good turnout. three of our investigators were there plus the other missionaries investigators and a ton of members. Pretty solid.Tuesday: Today we taught Charlie and set a baptismal date for him on the 28th of march. after that we taught a brotha named Carlos in the park because he refuses to go inside a church and talk about Jesus and we didn't really get anywhere with him. To end the day we taught Jean-Louis and watched the John tanner story with him.
Sunday: Church today was pretty solid. We had all three of our investigators show up today and we set up a bunch of lessons with the members for next week. After church we went contacting the rest of the day in the park next to our house. It went pretty well because there was a ton of families taking a Sunday evening walk so it was perfect.
My new companion Elder Blackham - Cool dude!
Saying goodbye to my first comp in the Paris,France mission. Elder Ireland.
Saying goodbye to Elder Empey before he headed off to Metz.
One of Jaxon's best friends got her call to Paris France also and he was able to see her when he was dropping his companion off at the Mission office. It was nice for him to see someone from home. Sister Mia Clements, serving in Liège, Belgium.
During transfer's Jaxon was able to see his buddy from American Fork, Elder Josh Beck. (the one to the right of Jaxon)