Thursday, December 24, 2015

Week 27: A Missionary Christmas

¡Familia y Amigos!

So this week was AWESOME! We have a couple that we are teaching that accepted to be baptized on January 23rd, and we are pretty excited about them! They have been reading the Book of Mormon and we are going over to do some service to help them clean this week!

Another super awesome miracle from this week is that our Mission President has put a big push on contacting referrals within 24 hours of receiving them and we have seen SOOO many miracles from doing so!
We found 3 new investigators this week through referrals and a couple of appointments to meet and teach a few others! There are so many people who are prepared! We got to go to the temple with a returning member from Hna. Oldroyd's last area which was awesome! Also super great that Hna. Oldroyd and I work so well together! We were able to meet with our branch president and set some goals for these last couple of weeks and for 2016 (wow when did that happen?) And I am really excited to see what we can accomplish!

Hope with last weeks 2.0 y'all were able to see more of the things you can accomplish in your day to day lives and you pray to see that everyday. Feel free to email me and let know how it went!

Well it's Christmas Eve. Many people have asked me over these last few weeks if it hard to be away from home, or if I miss my family and their traditions, and through all those questions and this time, being the first time I've ever been away from home for Christmas, I just want to express to you all how truly grateful I am to be a missionary this Christmas. I LOVE being a missionary! Every single day I get to share a message about Jesus Christ that changes people's lives, that has changed my life! Being away from home is hard, but Heavenly Father has plenty of Children that he misses and he wants all of them to come home to. So this Christmas I am grateful to be away from home, to be able to dedicate all of my time to do whatever the Lord asks of me to bring his family back to him. And I am so grateful for our Savior Jesus Christ. Everything is made possible through him, and that's why we celebrate his birth. Because he was willing to come to earth to set the example for us, to suffer for us in Gethsemane and then overcame death, so we all can return back to live with God again and we can be changed and molded into who he knows we can become. So I hope you all really take time for Christ in your lives, not just today or tomorrow, but always. That's my prayer and my hope for all of you.

You all are awesome! Thank you for the love and support you all send me through letters, emails and prayers! I know they help strengthen me and hope my letters and prayers do the same for you!

I hope you all have a Merry merry Christmas and a week full of miracles!

Abrazos y Oraciones

Sister/Hermana Hunt

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Week 26: "It's a small world after all..."

¡Familia y Amigos!
Now that you have that beautiful song stuck in your head let me
explain my reasoning:
TRANSFERS:  So, I stayed in my area and at the Visitor Center! And out
of all the sisters in our whole mission, my new companion is...
(Drumroll).... HERMANA (Lauren) OLDROYD FROM MESA, AZ!!! Who would of
thought a year and a half ago when we threw our caps in the air at
graduation that we would be serving together as companions!?  Hermana
Oldroyd and I have been so blessed and have already seen many miracles
together! Oh and did I mention we also live with Sister Helmbold and
her companion? So it really is a small world after all! :)
Fun and joking aside, this has been one of the most miracle filled
weeks thus far on my mission! Sister Oldroyd and I have been able to
jump right into the work and we are so blessed to work together so
easily! She's an incredible hard worker and she loves the people so
much! I can't wait to see all the wonderful things I will learn from
her this transfer!
So we have had the craziest schedule and the first time we actually
got to go out in our area and do things was Monday night. One of the
biggest things I have come to learn while serving at the Visitor
Center is that if we utilize our time wisely, the Lord will make so
much more of our time than we ever could! We on average get about 2
solid hours in our area everyday, which is why we get one day a week
when we are only in our area and not at the Visitor Center. But if we
effectively plan those 2 hours, He will help us see miracles! This
truly is His work, and as we respect and remember that, He truly
blessed us!
Doctrine and Covenants 123:17
"Therefore, dearly beloved brethren, let us cheerfully do all things
that lie in our power; and then may we stand still, with the utmost
assurance, to see the salvation of God, and for his arm to be
How beautiful is the phrase 'let us cheerfully do all things that lie
in our power'? Sometimes we feel like there is so much impossible in
front of us, but I know that if we do all we can, the Lord truly will
give us the tools and means to accomplish anything that is asked of
us. So I would invite all of you to focus more this week on the things
that you CAN do rather than what you can't do. I know that as you try
to look for things you can do, you will begin to realize that there
really is a lot that you can do and you will be able to have a happier
outlook in your day to day life.
Well I love you all so much! As always I am so blessed by all of your
support and prayers! I hope you all have a week full of miracles!
¡Abrazos y Oraciones!
Sister/Hermana Hunt

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Week 25: "For behold, I have refined thee."

¡Familia y Amigos!
Wow! Time out here on the mission goes by so fast! This week is
transfer week, and we find out tonight where we are going. Can't
believe it's already been 6 weeks! But none the less that means my
P-day will get changed to Thursday, Tuesday or Monday. I think it will
probably be Monday because I think I'm leaving the visitor center and
going back out full pros this transfer, but as I have come to know
transfers are always crazy and that's how we know they're inspired!
This is the Lords work!
But this week was incredible! We found 4 new investigators and we are
so excited! We found two of them yesterday, and it was the first time
Hna Delgado and I taught in English (not counting dinner with members)
all transfer! Andrea I am sorry I ever doubted your faith for me to
speak Spanish! I hope you know God is definitely answering your
We also had a dinner that was hosted by the Independence Stake for the
missionaries and it was so good! I truly feel so blessed to be serving
here in this area! The people have a vision of missionary work and how
the gospel has blessed them and it truly shows! The Visitor Center
sisters did a set of music (I'll try to send a couple of the videos
home) and I love how powerfully music can bring the spirit and how
strongly I can feel it when we all sing together!
Well this week I feel prompted to be very personal with you all for my
2.0 So I hope sharing my experience will help strengthen whom ever
this is for. I love you all!
In 1 Nephi 20:10 it says: "For, behold, I have refined thee, I have
chosen thee in the furnace of affliction."
This transfer I have truly been blessed to see how the Lord has been
refining me and that He still chooses us in our personal 'furnace of
affliction'. Most of you don't know but, I have been struggling with
anxiety for the last 4.5 months. It has been the hardest trial I have
probably ever had to go through in my 19 years. I have spent many
nights crying and wondering if I would ever be able to see any hopes
of getting better. In fact my hopes for getting better grew smaller
and smaller as more and more changes brought more fears, but this
transfer I have been able to slowly go up hill. I have been able to
develop a very personal relationship with my Savior and come to more
fully understand His atonement as He helps me somedays from minute to
minute. I know He is there and that He can succor us. I have also come
to know of the power of prayer. Heavenly Father is there. He listens,
He cares, and He will never give us anything we can't handle. I have
been able to grow so much and accomplish many things among the hard
days, but more than anything I have been able to learn to be grateful.
I'm grateful for trials and for the opportunity to be humble, to grow
closer to the Savior, and ultimately learn and grow to become who
Heavenly Father needs me to be. I know that trials are not simply
taken from us, but I do know that if we yoke ourselves to the Savior,
He can make our burdens lighter and easier to bear, day by day, until
we will overcome it all. I know He lives and I am so grateful for all
He has done for each of us. May we take his out stretched hands is my
humble prayer, In the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.
Hope you all have a week full of miracles!
¡Abrazos y Oraciones!
Sister/Hermana Hunt

Friday, December 4, 2015

Week 24: Where are You Investigators, Why Can't We Find You?

¡Familia y Amigos!

This week was a crazy week! It was full of drop talks (a talk you give to people when they don't keep commitments we give them) referrals, cold, thanksgiving and all mission conference (I got my package there!) and it was all amazing!

We ate dinner with a family from the ward and it was really nice! Feel so blessed to have people who are willing to let us join their family and friends!

The title this week is based off the Christmas number 'Where are You Christmas?' and was given because this week we had to drop all of our investigators who were on date, because none of them have come to church and they are not keeping their commitments. It is is really hard to drop people, but "the field is white ready to harvest" so we just have to find those who are ready to receive the gospel!

All mission conference: WOW! It was so awesome to be together as a whole mission! We had some really incredible trainings about the Book of Mormon and Sabbath day observance, and I got a lot of revelation for how I can personally use both of those things to be a more effective missionary! Then we had lunch and skits from all the zones in the mission, and then President Best introduced the 'A Savior is Born' campaign. What an incredible way for all of us to share our testimony of the savior and help remember why we celebrate this season! I would invite all of you to watch the video if you haven't already, and then share it to your Facebook with your t stoking of the savior. I know that it will increase your testimony of the importance of a savior, and help you feel the true meaning of Christmas. 

During our training for the Book of Mormon, we were given an invitation to read 6 pages of the Book of Mormon everyday and were promised that if we did for the rest of our lives, we would NEVER fall off the path, and that we would be able to listen to the promptings of the Holy Ghost. I felt the spirit testify to me that that is true. I have now committed to read 6 pages everyday, and I know that if you do so those same promises are yours. May we all strive to gain a stronger conversion to the Book of Mormon.

Well I love you all and I am looking forward to this new week full of finding! I am so grateful for your prayers and love! 

Hope you have a week full of Miracles!

¡Abrazos y Oraciones!

Sister/Hermana Hunt

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Week 23: Exchanges and Holidays Galore!

¡Familia y Amigos!

Wow this week was awesome! 

We went on exchanges on Saturday and it was absolutely incredible! Love that I get to learn from so many missionaries! I went out of the area to Northern Kansas City with Sister Muñoz, and it was awesome! We saw so many miracles and I learned a lot! Hna. Delgado and Hna. Rollins were able to reach all of our goals we set for the week in our area! It was awesome! We had 3 people lined up for church, our last goal, and none of them ended up coming, which was pretty sad, but we will try again this week!

We set up all the Christmas decorations at the Visitor Center this week and also pulled out  decorations for the house we live in, and Christmas music was approved to listen to! I love Christmas, crazy that it is so close!

Well I don't have much time left except for a 2.0

This week I just want to bear my testimony about charity. Charity is 'the pure love of Christ' (Mormoni 7:47), and it is should be something we are all praying and working to develop. I know when we have charity we are much happier and can look beyond ourselves and see how we can love others and view them through Heavenly Fathers eyes. May we all strive to be more charitable as we go through our days!

I love you all so much and hope you have a week full of miracles!

¡Abrazos y Oraciones!

Sister/Hermana Hunt

So weird wearing pants!

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Week 22: When the Cougars Come to Zion

¡Familia y Amigos!

Wow! Another week come and gone! time is seriously crazy out here as a missionary! I feel like I just barley wrote my last email but this week was awesome! 

For starters, Im sure you're wondering about the title and let me start off with a little history. In the two years the saints were here in Jackson County Missouri after the prophet received revelation that Independence would be the center place of Zion about 1200 saints settled around independence. We Saturday there was a BYU vs MSU game and on Friday we had about 350-400 guests at the Visitor Center, but Saturday we had 1376 people come to the visitor Center and was NUTS! We had jokingly said we wanted the saints to gather to Zion, and we got more that we thought! In the summer on one of the highest days they had about 800 people come and usually there's tour buses and things scheduled so they have a general idea of how many people, and when they would be there, Saturday we had no clue! It was the most amazing experience taking 30 people on history presentations and just SO many people all coming in at once! It was incredible! Hna. Delgado and I had been on shift all morning and ended up staying an extra hour after shift change to help explain the system to the Sisters who were just coming on, but it was so awesome to be able to help all those people feel the spirit of the visitor center before they went to the game! It's truly such a privilege to bear my testimony about the history here and about this gospel everyday! Then that night Our Branch President  asked if I could sing in church, he asked me the first week I was here if I had any talents and Hna Delgado told him I sing and play the piano and so one if the Elders in our ward sight read the music and I sang Sunday at church, so it was a crazy day!

We have another investigator that we invited to be baptized and she accepted! We are still determining her date, but she is awesome! This area has so many prepared people and it is truly a blessing to be serving here! All of our investigators speak Spanish, and Hna. Delgado told me that this week it is now my turn to take the lead in the lessons so wish me luck!

My 2.0 this week is just my simple testimony that I know this is Christ's church and I know it is true. I know that He is the Savior of the world and that through His atonement we can change. I know we are never alone, that our Heavenly Father sends us the people we need in our lives when we need them, and I know that He has so much trust in us and gives us all opportunities to be the person who can bless the lives of those we interact with. I know that the Book of Mormon is true. It has changed my life and I get to see it change lives everyday. I know this gospel is true with all of my heart and love nothing more than sharing it with those I get the chance to meet.

I hope you all have a week full of miracles!

Abrazos y Oraciones 

Sister/Hermana Hunt

Practicing a musical number!

Planning for the week!

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Week 21: There's Power in Simplicity

¡Familia y Amigos!

This week was awesome! 

We had a full proselyting day this week where we had the whole day in our area and we aren't on shift at the Visitor Center, and we saw SO many miracles! We found 6 new investigators and were able to contact 17 people! It was incredible! We also had a baptism of one our less active families daughters! She was so excited! And it was awesome!

We had stake conference this week and Elder David S. Baxter was the 70 that came, and he had some super powerful words to share! It was awesome! He talked a lot about testimonies and reminded us that a testimony is the feelings and beliefs that you  know to be true and invited to keep our testimonies to 2 minutes or less on fast Sunday. Good reminder again that the gospel is simple :)

I don't have much time this week to write because I didn't realize how late it was, so 2.0 time

There is literally no sweeter joy than being a missionary! I love that my responsibility everyday is to invite people to come unto Christ and share a message with them that will change their life forever. Speaking Spanish has been a very humbling experience as I don't know many words, and I still don't speak very well, Elder Baxter made a comment that was an answer to my prayers, he said 'some of the most powerful testimonies are in the simple truths of the gospel'. I don't know much, but I do know the simple truths of this gospel are very powerful. No matter how simple your testimony is, it has the power to change someone's life forever. Don't be afraid to share it.

I hope you all have a week full of miracles!

Abrazos y Oraciones

Hermana/Sister Hunt

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Week 20: Soy Hermana Hunt, again!

¡Familia y Amigos! 

This week was crazy! So transfers happened. I am still serving in the Visitor Center, just in a different ward, and with a new companion, Hermana Delgado! She's from Texas and she also came out with me! The branch we are serving in is about 45% Spanish and almost all of our investigators are Spanish so I'm trying really hard to learn as much as I can and hopefully quickly also. But the sisters here at the visitor center, basically just rotated companions. Out of the 19 sisters 17 are still the same, CRAZY! 

So my first night in the area we went to a lesson with one of our investigators who's on date and her husband was home and apparently this is the first time he has been there also. We taught the plan of salvation and we invited him to be baptized and he accepted! So both of them are scheduled to be baptized December 5th! Pretty exciting! And what an incredible experience.

We also were out finding in our area, just last night, and we were looking for a less active that we were visiting last minute because no one was home and we had like 10 minutes ,and the address didn't exist! So we were walking down the street and stopped in front of this house and we both looked at each other and asked if we should go stop by, and then these two little yippy dogs come charging at us and the people came running outside and we ended up giving them a pamphlet and we are going to see them later this week! Miracles miracles!

So this area is going to be a great adventure, and I'm excited to see what the Lord has in store for it!

This week there was a Presidents Devotional, where recent converts come and bare their testimonies, and our recent convert form my last ward bore her testimony, and after she got down one of the Elders sang an arrangement of 'How Great Thou Art' and the last verse really struck me. "When Christ shall come, with shout of acclamation, And take me home, what joy shall fill my heart! Then I shall bow in humble adoration And there proclaim 'My God, how great thou art'". What wonderful words, and what a wonderful promise! There will come a day when all of the trials and struggles and hardships will all seem so little an effort to be able to return back and live with Heavenly Father and the Savior. So my realization is this: Keep going. President Eyring once said 'As hard as things may seem this day, they will be better the next day.' I know that's true. Turn to the Savior and he will give you the strength that you will need.

Love you all and I hope you have a week full of miracles!

¡Abrazos y Oraciones!

Sister/Hermana Hunt

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Week 19: How Great Are Your Gifts

¡Familia y Amigos!

This last week was so amazing! Being a missionary is so awesome! Transfers are next week, so I might not get a p-day so ya... But crazy it's already been 6 weeks! Also mom can you please send my quilt and my coat, it's getting a tad chilly out here for an Arizona Girl! 

We have been teaching a family these last few weeks and they are awesome! They were going to originally come to the visitor center but the brakes on their car were so bad the brake pads had melted! They were also going to go to our baptism and to church, but it's kinda hard to get anywhere without a car that works! So we asked our district to pray that they would find a way to church. Prayer works people. Our ward mission leader lives across the street and he works on cars and he fixed it late Saturday night and three of them came to church on Sunday! We were so excited, and everything that was talked about in church was the perfect lead into what we felt we needed to teach them! This is truly the Lords work.

Our Spanish investigator isn't going to be baptized in October because we don't have enough time to teach her all the lessons by the end of the month, and she hasn't set another date yet, but we really hope we can set a date in November for her to work toward, and it will all work out in the Lords time.

Moroni 10: 8 says 'And again, I exhort you, my brethren, that ye deny not the gifts of God, for they are many; and they come from the same God. And there are different ways that these gifts are administered; but it is the same God who worketh all in all; and they are given by the manifestations of the Spirit of God unto men, to profit them.' 

Each of us have such individual gifts that God has given us to help those around us. I have come to gain such a strong testimony that all of the people in our lives are to help refine us in one way or another, and that the gifts that we have been given personally are to help lift the others around us up. So take Moroni's advice seriously. Do not deny the gifts the Lord has given you. I promise that as you seek out the gifts and talents you have been blessed with, the Lord will help you know what they are and how you can use them. He needs you more than you know, and don't let the adversary sway you. I love you all so much an cannot begin to express the love I have for each of you for sharing those gifts with me to help me better.

I hope you all have a week full of miracles!

Abrazos y Oraciones 

Sister/Hermana Hunt

Week 18: Let Him In

¡Familia y Amigos!

This week has been SO amazing! I am feeling extra grateful to my
Heavenly Father for sending me to Missouri especially after this last
week! It truly has my heart!

So last Saturday our investigator got baptized! Everything was perfect
except we left our phone at the Visitor Center, but it was the only
hiccup so cant complain! After she was baptized, she told us she felt
so amazing! She was really excited to get confirmed on Sunday :)
Hermana Baggett and I sang 'Be Still My Soul' a cappella after she was
baptized and she bore her testimony and I cannot believe the change
that has happened in her since we first met her! This gospel really
does bless lives! She was confirmed on Sunday and is beyond excited to
go to the temple in a couple of weeks!

Yesterday we had the INCREDIBLE opportunity to go and visit some of
the other church sites here in Missouri. We started our day at
Adam-ondi-Ahman and WOW. The spirit there was so powerful! We went on
a tour around the grounds and before we left to go to Far West, we got
about 10 minutes to ourselves to just ponder about the spirit we felt
and the things we had learned and I cannot begin to express the
feelings of deepest gratitude I have being a missionary, serving with
some of the most incredible Elders and Sisters, and sharing the
Saviors gospel everyday in Zion! I've said it before and I'll keep
saying it: there is truly no place I would rather be than on a
mission! We went to Far West and saw the Temple site there and talked
about some of the history there to be better acquainted with it for
the guests who come to the visitor center and it was amazing! We ended
our trip with a tour of the Liberty Jail and the spirit there was SO
strong. It truly reminded me of how some of the hardest things we go
through are the biggest learning experience we could ever have, and
that The Lord will never forget us. I testify that that is true. This
is the most incredible place and I feel so blessed the Lord has asked
me to represent the Savior here in Missouri!

Then to top off the week we had our weekly training meeting for the
visitor center and Sister Toronto, the Visitor center director was on
the general YW board for a while and over heard all of us Sisters
before we watched conference talking about how much we love Sister
Elaine S. Dalton, and the impact she had on our lives, and being a
dear friend of hers, we had a 30 minute training and then Sister
Dalton called Sister Toronto and we just got to listen to her speak.
What an amazing opportunity! One of the greatest experiences hearing
her bare her testimony and sharing her thoughts with

One of the Elders who left home this morning, bore his testimony at
zone conference, and something he said hit me so strongly, and has
been on mind for a couple of weeks now. To paraphrase he said:  'The
last thing I told my parents before I left on my mission was that I
would serve faithfully and work hard, but I would come home the same
person and I couldn't have been more wrong. Missions don't change
people. The atonement of Jesus Christ changes people, missions are
simply the green house for change, but the atonement of Jesus Christ
is what changes us.'

I am not the same person I was four months ago, and I can testify that
it is only through and because of the Atonement that I have changed
and will continue to change everyday for the rest of my life. His
atonement is real. It is the only thing that gives me enough strength
to keep going when I feel I have nothing left to give. It is the only
way I can change and become who I am needed to be so that the Lord can
work through me.

His atonement is real. If you let him, he can change you. My
invitation to you all is to let him in. He can heal you faster than
anyone or anything else.

I hope you all have a week full of miracles!

¡Abrazos y Oraciones!

Hermana/Sister Hunt

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Week 17: You Know You're a Missionary When...

¡Familia y Amigos!

Holy cow! This week has been crazy!! It was a spiritual FEAST!

So last Friday we had Zone Conference from 7:30 in the morning and didn't get back to the Visitor Center until 6! But it was a full day of spiritual trainings and SOO good! A whole lot of revelation and most of the things that were touched on we're also talked about in Conference.... The spirit is so real! 

Then CONFERENCE!!!!-- Someone once said that General Conference is like the super bowl for missionaries... SO TRUE and I LOVED IT!!!! We got super lucky to be able to watch all four sessions at the Visitor Center! I love that we can all here the same message and get personal revelation for us! Just like Larry R Lawrence spoke about! I Hope you all watched conference and set goals to improve! If you didn't watch them all, find time and do it! If you make time for the Lord you will be blessed in all other things!

So Last night was AMAZING!! We took our investigator ,that's getting baptized Saturday,  to the Kansas City Temple and we taught her the last lesson at the temple and it was the most incredible experience I have had on my mission thus far! She is so excited and I feel so blessed to have been able to teach her and watch her testimony grow! The Lord has great things in store for her! 

Also missionary moment of the week: Hermana Baggett and I went to get gas and we stopped at a gas station that we never go to to fill up and I even pulled through 3 different spots and we get to the pump and when we fill up the car, we check the tire pressure in each tire and the oil, and while we were doing this a man pulled up in his truck behind us and was watching these two 19 year old girls in skirts and he asked if we knew that our car could tell us when the pressure was low, and we told him that we don't own the car and signed a contract that we would do those things every time we fill it up and we got to talking and he shared with us about his faith in Jesus Christ and we got to talking and we offered him a Book of Mormon, and he politely said no, and then said 'But you know what you can leave me with? A word of Prayer!' So Hermana Baggett and I and this Man were standing by the gas pump at QT praying. And then we ended up giving him a family proclamation with our information on it! And as crazy and strange as that may sound, I know it wasn't a coincidence! Which is a perfect lead in to this weeks 2.0

Heavenly Father and the Savior are so personal! They are each so involved in our daily lives! I can testify to you all that They are both there, walking this life with each of you and your personal struggles and successes. Do not give up! Heavenly Father is one prayer away. Poor your heart out to him. I can also testify to you all that the Atonement of the Lord Jesus Christ is real, it is personal, and I know He felt what He felt for you and me personally and He knows exactly how to comfort you. If you turn to him, trust him and keep going I can promise there are better days ahead. 

I love you all and hope you have a week full of miracles!

Abrazos y Oraciones 

Hermana/Sister Hunt

Monday, October 5, 2015

Week 16: The Power of Prayer

¡Familia y Amigos!

I hope you all had a great week this last week!

So I don't have much time because I didn't realize how long it took me to write the rest of my emails so sorry about the short one! But this week has been such a crazy one!

So our investigator who's on date for the 10th, came to her lesson and we were going to teaching her lesson three and the word of wisdom, and we asked how her day/week was going and she says 'it's been ok, but it's really hard quitting smoking.' I'm pretty sure Hermana Baggett and I's jaws were on the floor! She went on to tell us she hasn't smoked since the 17th and wanted to quit because she knew she couldn't get baptized if she was smoking, so she just quit...She is so prepared and her testimony is growing so much! But if you could all keep her in your prayers as she continues to quit smoking that would be awesome! 

Also miracle from this morning! Hermana Baggett taught a woman here in her first transfer who just moved here from the Dominican Republic and they taught her and she was on date, but she went out of town three weeks into the transfer, so when I was back in Kansas!, and we got a text from her daughter this morning saying she just got home this morning so we set up an appointment for Saturday and we are so excited! So pray for Hermana Baggett That she will be able to understand our Spanish! I'm so excited to finally meet her and help teach her! Such a blessing!

All in all it was a pretty great week!

Prayer is SO powerful. Every time you offer a prayer it is heard by your Heavenly Father. He is so aware of each of us! If you ever feel like you're just at a lull or that you just can't handle whatever is going on in your life, get on your knees and express exactly how your feeling to your Heavenly Father. Whatever it is, he cares. He will listen, and he will comfort you, he will strengthen you as you lean on his Son's perfect atonement. When it gets hard, don't give up on him. He will never give up on you.

I love you all and hope you are as excited for general conference this weekend! Don't forget to write down your questions, and go into each session with faith they will be answered and a prayer in your heart, I promise you'll hear a message that's just for you! 

Hope you have a week full of Miracles!

¡Abrazos y Oraciones!

Hermana/Sister Hunt