Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Week 40: To Be Submissive

¡Familia y Amigos!

Hello Hello! Another week come and gone!! Seriously I feel like
everyday goes faster!!

But these week was pretty amazing!! So we have been having a big pull
on finding these last few weeks and this week we found 3 new

MIRACLES!!!: We also found 2 families!! One of the families was so
incredible! So the wife was a referral from a non member, and we have
been trying to contact them for a long time and have never caught them
at home! So we saw them in their backyard (no one out here has fences)
and so we went us and started talking to her. She was so nice and as
we talked she started talking about stake presidents, and
missionaries, and wards and my companion and I were a little confused,
and so we asked her how she knew so much, and turns out she's a less
active member!! We found a lost sheep!! She hasn't been active for
about 15ish years but she told us she watches every general
conference! So we were pretty excited to meet her, but her husband and
4 kids aren't members, so we are pretty excited to go over this week
and invite them to take the lessons!!

Submissive. A Christlike attribute that I have been pondering about
quite a bit! When the Savior was in the Garden of Gethsemane, he asked
the father if there was any other way, not once, not twice, but three
times, and as he asked he equally added 'nevertheless not my will but
thine be done'. He didn't have to do it. He was perfect. He lived a
sinless life. But he CHOSE to do it. He chose to do it because he
loved the father, and because he loved each of us. He was willing to
do whatever was necessary to fulfill the fathers plan. He did it
because he was submissive.

We ask Heavenly Father and sometimes when we receive our answer we
quickly say "oh, meant I would do anything but that!". This week as
General Conference is coming up and as we remember the Savior and his
atoning sacrifice and his resurrection I hope we won't forget to be
submissive to he will of the Father, just as our older brother was
willing to do.  If the spirit has prompted you to do something, or if
he does during conference, I would invite you to act and be submissive
to the Father. He loves you, and as was said in the General women's
broadcast on Saturday, "It is not always easy or convenient, but it is
worth every sacrifice".

I love you all and hope you had an incredible Easter and are looking
forward to hearing the Lord speak through his mouth piece here on the
earth! May he spirit uplift and bless your lives as you listen to the
Leaders of His church!

Hope you all have a week full of miracles!

Abrazos y Oraciones

Hermana/Sister Hunt

Week 39: The Busiest Week Ever!

¡Familia y Amigos!

Wow! This week flew by! We were seriously so busy!! I feel so blessed to go to bed tired and wake up tired, it means we have work to do and lives to bless! :) and since we were so busy I am apologizing for the lengthy email this week!

We had interviews with President and Sister Vest on Tuesday and I love them both so much! I know that they are both called of God! Then, right after interviews we had District meeting. I love my district and am excited to get to know them more!

We had exchanges Wednesday and Thursday and we had service almost all day Friday! We got to go work at one of our members new to her house in the morning and we ripped off layers and LAYERS of wallpaper! I had a little too much fun tearing it down, but it will look really good when she gets to paint! We also went to one of our members herb farms!
We helped package chives and dill and I smelled like a pickle the rest of the day, but it was really fun and I love that we have so many opportunities to serve the members up here!

On Saturday we had our investigators baptism and it was so good! The spirit was so strong! We had the craziest day! Our water had been ice cold for the last three days, and we had smelt something really odd when we got back from exchanges and our Branch mission leader came and checked our water heater, and we had had an electrical fire! Yikes!!
But we called our Landlord and got a new water heater that day. Then we went to lunch with one of the Senior Sisters who is going home and then ran to the church and set everything up! It was probably one of the neatest baptisms I have been to on my mission! Our investigator had a stroke a few years ago, so he is in a wheelchair and has some other restrictions, but he is truly amazing, and I have learned so much from him these last few weeks! He's going to do great things!

Then Yesterday we had Church, and I played the piano for Sacrament meeting, relief society and choir! Mom, shout out to you and all my piano teachers over the years because it has been the biggest blessing to be able to serve the branch by playing the piano! We also just had
6 couples senior couples who are serving at Adam-ondi- Ahman get assigned to our branch for the next 6 months, and the Salines, a couple I took through the Visitor Center back in September who are also my cousins, are one of the couples! Tender mercy right?! Then we went down to Liberty Jail after church so one of our recent converts could speak at a fireside! So I got to see all of my cute Sisters Serving at the Jail and all of my Senior couples!! I miss them all, so it was really good to see them!

All in all we have had the craziest week, but I have felt so blessed!
So many miracles and so many tender mercies! The Lord is so aware of us!

This week I wanted to just share my thoughts on being grateful! I cannot begin to express my love for gratitude!! It is an incredible concept that no matter what is going on in our lives that there are always things to be grateful for! Our water heater went out this week, and I am so grateful for warm showers! It snowed after our baptism (I know, it was in the 70's two weeks ago, but that's Missouri!) and what a blessing because our investigator lives 45 minutes away from the Church and I don't know if anyone would have been able to drive the dirt roads to his house to pick him up if it had snowed before! Those are just a couple of examples, but I am beyond grateful for gratitude!
And conference starts this weekend! SO MANY BLESSINGS!! I hope that you all will take time to reflect on the many blessing that the Lord gives you on a daily basis. I know he is there and that no matter what, he wants us to seek out his love!

Hope you all have a week full of miracles!

Abrazos y Oraciones

Hermana/Sister Hunt

Week 38: Preparing in Faith

Familia y Amigos!

WOW! This week has been SO busy, crazy, amazing, incredible, full of awesome week ever! My nine month mark was this week (where in the world has the time gone?!), I got to meet an apostle, I got to see all of my favorite missionaries and all in all had probably one of the most amazing weeks of my mission!

We had all mission conference and Elder Gary E. Stevenson came and spoke to us! It was truly one of the most incredible experiences I have ever had! Elder Deshler and Elder Anderson of the 70 also spoke to us, and the spirit was so strong! He talked to us about post mission planning and finding (aka marriage- which gets talked about an awful lot, but don't worry, I took notes and won't use any of the advice until after December 30th) and then He talked about how incredibly blessed we are to serve in this mission! I couldn't agree more! Missouri has blessed and changed my life forever!

He talked a lot about catching a vision of who we are and who the people we interact with throughout our missions and lives are! I LOVED that! We need to know who we are in order to get to where we
want to be! So this week I have been praying to catch a vision of who I am to the Lord and who my investigators/members are also! It has only been 2 days and I can already see the difference!

We also had Zone Training, and again so many answers to prayers! The Lord is incredible! I also got to speak in the Branch on Sunday and talk about Sister Bentley and I's experience! Out investigators baptism is this Saturday and he is doing so good and he is super excited!!

Our Savior Jesus Christ lives! He knows us personally! When we pray, our Heave Father hears our prayers and he will always answer. As I prepared for all mission conference, I took questions to the Lord and studied them prior to going. Over the 3 hours we were with them sitting in the Chapel, answers to my questions came, and as General Conference is in just a few weeks, I would invite all of you to take time to ponder and prepare for Conference! Take time to pick questions you are seeking to have answered and I can promise you, that as you prepare to be taught by the leaders of the church, the Lord will pour out his spirit on you and you will receive answers to your questions.

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

¡Abrazos y Oraciones!

Hermana/ Sister Hunt



Week 37: You Know You're in the Boonies When...

¡Familia y Amigos!

Wow this week has been INSANE! So first off I am SOO excited that I will have two new babies in the family when I get back! I am so excited to be an aunt!! 

And the Streak continues!! I have been transferred to Albany, Missouri!! So I'm back out full proselyting and my New companion is Sister Bentley from Pleasant Grove, UT! She came out with me, and has been in Albany for 7 months so I'll probably get to stay here for at least two! 

But we are out in the Boone Dogs for sure!! Hence the title of my email. Our area is HUGE and I feel like I am back in Iola!! We have like a 45 minute radius from where we live every direction! We cover a bunch of tiny towns and one of them was the inspiration for my title his week! 

So I'll finish: you know you are in the boonies when the speed limit is higher than the population... (Seriously though, one of the towns has a population of 44 and the speed limit is 55) Haha so yeah there's that! It has been so weird to be back out and about full time! I miss the Jail, But we will make this transfers good one!

So we have an investigator, who just so happens to have the same name as my Dad crazy stuff, and he is on date for the 19th of March! He just barley quick smoking and drinking coffee and he is doing awesome!! We are super excited for him! We have a lot of recent converts and less actives in this area as well! Tonight we are going to see a family that is working on getting sealed, pretty incredible!

The Lord knows what he is doing. One of the biggest lessons I have learned on my mission is that He knows, and He has it all figured out. I have been reading about the Sons of Mosiah this week and one of the verses that really stuck out to me is in Alma 17:11 :

"11 And the Lord said unto them also: Go forth among the Lamanites, thy brethren, and establish my word; yet ye shall be patient in long-suffering and afflictions, that ye may show forth good examples unto them in me, and I will make an instrument of thee in my hands unto the salvation of many souls."

This scripture brings me so much comfort! The Lord commands these missionaries to Go forth and to be patient in long suffering, and that as we do so we will become an instrument in his hands. I know that sometimes it can be hard to trust the Lord, especially when things are hard, but I know that as we do so He will make more of our lives, gifts and talents than we ever can. So if things are a little hard, remember the Lords counsel to Go Forth and be patient because it will all work out.

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

Abrazos y Oraciones 

Hermana/Sister Hunt


Week 36: The Strength He Gives

¡Familia y amigos!

This week has honestly been incredible! 

A couple highlights:

We got to go back to my last area for a Baptism for my investigator back in my Branch! I have never felt the Spirit so strongly as I did as her Baptism! She is 17, and none of her family came, but almost everyone from the branch was there! She is in good hands! It was so fun to see Hna Oldroyd and all the people from the Branch! I love those people so much! It was also so fun to be back in the inner city! Haha I think it kinda scared my companion and the member that drove us, but that's ok! It will forever have a place in my heart! 

We also went on a Blitz with our Sister Training Leaders (a Blitz is when they come to our area and we split, so I was with Sister Helmbold, which was way fun! So we can cover more of our area in one day!) We found THREE new investigators!! I could have cried! We haven't been able to find people all transfer, but we are slowly seeing miracles!! 

And speaking of transfers, they are this week, so we won't find out until tomorrow night what's going to happen and I'm excited to see if my streak of constant change is gonna stay! 

This week my testimony is simple. The power of prayer is real. When we pray, Heavenly Father listens, and he is there. I know that God answers our prayers, and just like the Nephites '...being strengthened by the hand of the Lord, having prayed mightily to him that he would deliver them out of the hands of their enemies, therefore the Lord did hear their cries, and did strengthen them,' (Alma 2:28) As we pray and ask the Lord for help he can strengthen us no matter what. So if you feel like you can do it anymore, like taking even one more step will make your knees buckle, turn to the Lord in prayer, and I promise he can you the strength you need.

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

Abrazos y Oraciones 
Hermana/ Sister Hunt


Week 35: The Time to Love

¡Familia y Amigos!
This week was a crazy one! It flew by so quickly! I had the opportunity to speak yesterday in sacrament meeting about missionary work! It was such a blessing to be able to share my love for this gospel to the members! ALL of our investigators came to church yesterday (can I get a hallelujah to that!) and almost all of our less actives! The work is progressing more and more each day!
I didn't have much time today, but my thought for the week is on charity. Take time to tell the people in your life how much they mean to you! We are all sent here to help uplift and strengthen one another, so what can you do this week to show the people in your life you love them? I hope that as you take time to express your love, you will want to do it more often me come to love those around you even deeper.
I love you all and hope you have a week full of miracles!
Abrazos y Oraciones
Sister/Hermana Hunt


Week 34: The Best One Yet

¡Familia y Amigos!
This week has flown by! I can't believe it is time to write again!
We have been praying and studying what we can do to help our area, and we got an answer! We are starting a 40-day fast in the Ward for missionary work next week! I get to speak in sacrament meeting on Sunday and kind of kick it off! We are really looking forward to seeing what miracles and blessing come from it! 
One of the investigators we are teaching online at the jail (we teach people who come on Mormon.org) got put on Baptismal date for April 9th (baptism for my birthday, not too shabby for a present right?!) He is moving to Ohio this week and then we will get him in touch with the Local missionaries so they can teach him and help him progress toward his date! We are super excited for him!
We had an amazing week at the Jail as well! I GOT TO TAKE A SPANISH PRESENTATION!! My heart almost burst with happiness! I was a little rusty, crazy how fast it slips, but I have been praying to be able to use my Spanish and a family came in and the Mom didn't speak hardly any English and so I got to do it in Spanish and I am so grateful to know Heavenly Father knows exactly where we are and that he answers our prayers! Little big tender mercy for me!
So I was laying in my bed last night and I realized that exactly a year ago today, I decided to serve a mission, and WOW, what an adventure it has been! When I decided to serve I had no idea what incredible things the Lord would have in store for me to learn, grow, love and serve! 
I am beyond grateful that a mission was part of Gods plan for me. He has shown me time and time again, that I was called to the Missouri Independence Mission to leave June 10th, 2015 to have all the experiences I have had so far, to meet the people who have changed me forever and most importantly to gain the testimony I have gained of my Savior Jesus Christ. 
The time out here is going by so fast! I love being a missionary and I am so glad I still have 10 months left to work harder and learn and grow even more! But all in all I know that God has a specific plan for each of us! He wants us to succeed and live up to our potential. May we all try a little harder to see ourselves as the person Heavenly Father see us as! 
I love you all and hope you have a week full of miracles!
¡Abrazos y Oraciones!
Hermana/Sister Hunt

Week 33: Embrace Your Opportunities

¡Familia y Amigos!

Well this week we saw SO MANY MIRACLES! I can tell you that diligence, hard work, prayers, faith, and long days are the best and that they work!! ( Preach My Gospel is so inspired!! ) We found a new investigator this week and I am pretty sure my heart almost died when she told us we could come back and teach her more! I have never been so aware of the Lord and his tender mercies as I have thus far during this transfer!!

We have been working so hard to do what we can to serve the people and our investigators in the area and I can tell you that service, builds love, trust, and strengthens relationships! I have grown to love the people here so quickly through service!! 

This week I have been pondering a lot about change due to the changes in the mission, a new boundary change of stakes at home, the change I have seen in our Ward in just two weeks and just the day to day changes of missionary life! 

In Ether 12:27 it says "And if men come unto me I will show unto them their weakness. I give unto men weakness that they may be humble; and my grace is sufficient for all men that humble themselves before me; for if they humble themselves before me, and have faith in me, then will I make weak things become strong unto them."  What an incredible promise! If we come unto the Lord he will show us our weaknesses, and as we work with him, they can and will become our strengths!!

Change is such a blessing!! Everyday is a new day to change. We don't have to wait until tomorrow, a new area, a new companion, a new job, a new season, new circumstances to change! We can wake up every morning and choose to be better than we were yesterday, and tomorrow we can be better than we were today. We can choose to have a more positive attitude, be more loving, more organized today! 

We are constantly progressing, so embrace the opportunities you have in your life to be better! We have a Savior. He atoned for mistakes and our short comings. Take his outstretched hand and begin your daily journey to be more Christlike, today. I can promise you that as you do so, you will be able to be happier and your relationship with the Savior will be strengthened, and I know he is there along the way :)

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

¡Abrazos y Oraciones!

Sister/Hermana Hunt


Week 32: The Patch of Wet Dirt

¡Familia y Amigos!

Wow! Crazy that it's already P-Day again!!

This week was awesome! We got to go on exchanges with the Sister Training Leaders this week! I went to Platte City with Sister Delange (I lived with her one of my transfers at the Visitor Center and love her!) and Sister Richens stayed with Sister Helmbold! I love going exchanges and getting new ideas of how we can work in our area!

One big miracle we had this week was a couple that was referred to us by one of our members, and they are so ready for the gospel! Them came to the Liberty Jail and we taught them the restoration and loved everything! Sad for us though, they don't live in our area so we don't get to teach them, but missionary work is a worldwide effort, and if souls are coming into Christ, I'm a happy camper :) plus the sisters they are going to are awesome!

This week something I have really been focusing on is faith! As I was studying Alma 32 and thinking about the analogy of faith being like a seed, I was thinking about seeds of doubt verses seeds of faith, because that is a lot of what our investigators are struggling with. As it explains in Alma, if we take a seed of faith and plant it and nourish it, it will grow and as we continue, it will become a tree. As we take different truths of the gospel and plant those seeds of faith we soon realize we have a quickly growing forest of faith, so to speak.  As I was thinking about his in comparison to doubt, if we take a seed of doubt and plant it in the ground, we can spend all the time in the world watering and tending to it, but all we are going to get is a patch of wet dirt. And as a result of tending to this seed of doubt and all you get is mud, you can begin to lose all peace of mind over this seed that won't grow and in the process, begin to neglect the trees you have worked so hard to grow. Overtime they can become weaker, and if we let that see of doubt, take all our time, pretty soon we will turn around and realize our once forest, has begun to shrink.  So moral of the story and my little analogy: Don't sacrifice your forest for a patch of wet dirt. President Utchdorf said it best: "Doubt your doubts before you doubt your faith."
So I would invite you all to work a little more on tending your Faith Forest and keep the things you do know continually strengthened! 

I love you all so much! Thank you for your prayers and support, I truly can feel them everyday! 

Hope you have a week full of miracles!

Abrazos y Oraciones

Hermana/Sister Hunt


Week 31: Serving Some Jail Time

¡Familia y Amigos!
So transfers were last Thursday and I have been transferred to Liberty and I am currently serving at the Historic Liberty Jail! (Made you al little bit nervous for a second 😉) Who knew when I got my mission call to be a full proselyting sister that I would be blessed to serve at both visitor centers in our mission! My companion's name is Sister Richens, she's from Utah and we are seeing so many miracles! She white washed the area last transfer and we are now seeing the progress from the work she put in last transfer paying off! 
So the Work here in this area has been pretty slow, they have white washed it several times and we are really working on gaining the trust of the members here! The People in Liberty are SO different than the people in Independence! Our Ward meets at the church building that shares a parking lot with the Kansas City Temple, and our area is a pretty wealthy area! I miss the inner city, but I know I will learn to love the people here just like all my other areas :) Also a little bummed that I am not speaking Spanish this transfer, but one of the Sisters I live with is from Mexico so she's helping me keep practicing :)
So we have shifts at the Jail just like the Visitor Center, where party of the Day is at the Jail and the other in our area! We live with 2 other companionships, so 6 of us in a house, and the jail is seriously INCREDIBLE! Everyday I get to spend time where the prophet Joseph Smith stood. The spirit that is here is unlike anything I have ever felt and my testimony of the Prophet Joseph has increased so much! But even more so, my testimony of my savior Jesus Christ has grown even more!   I know he suffered for our sins and that through him we can overcome any and every challenge we face in our lives and His atonement is real. 
PMA stands for Positive Mental Attitude, and this week I have seen just how powerful our outlook on our circumstances can effect us! Life is not easy. Somedays it feels like the whole world has done you wrong and is against you and that you have every right to be upset and frustrated, but when you begin to exercise PMA, (which is hard but just like building muscle, the more you work at it the stronger it becomes) you begin to realize just how wonderful life can be! If we spend our days looking at all the negative in our lives, we will look back and realize all the wonderful things we missed out on. So I would invite you all this week to try a little bit of PMA. I know that it will be hard at first but as you continue to work at it, you'll be a whole lot happier :)
Well I love you all so very much! Thank you for your letters and love, they truly are a blessing! 
I hope you have a week full of miracles!
Abrazos y Oraciones 
Hermana/Sister Hunt


Week 30: Miracles on Walnut St.

¡Familia y Amigos!

Another week come and gone! And another transfer coming to a close
(how in the world has it been 6 weeks?!) Transfers are next Thursday,
so if I get transferred, I won't have p-day till probably the 25th!
But anyways, I'm hoping I still have one more transfer with Hermana
Oldroyd here in Riverview!

Because many of you have been asking, the weather here in Missouri is
SOOO nuts! So it snowed once, and then it melted and is all gone. This
last week it was FOUR DEGREES! And with the wind chill (which is the
added temperature drop because of the humidity for all the people like
me who didn't know what that was) it was NEGATIVE FOURTEEN DEGREES! So
ya, it's been a little cold, but today it is in the high forties low
fifties and I am in heaven (never thought I'd say that). And who knows
maybe we'll have a blizzard next week! Missouri is awesome and I am
learning to love boots, coats, gloves and scarves!

This week we saw SO many miracles! Hermana Oldroyd and I found a
family this week! We are teaching them this Saturday! We had to drop
our investigators who were on date for the 23rd because they weren't
keeping commitments, but we have another investigator that is praying
about a baptismal date this week! She's an awesome investigator and
keeps us on our toes! She studies everything we tell her in our
lessons and texts/ calls us throughout the week if she has questions.
We couldn't ask for anything better! The lord is working miracles!


One thing I know is true and real, is Gods love. He is truly our
father, and regardless of the choices we make, he loves us. I know
that he loves everyone, because I have felt his love and every time I
teach someone, or talk to someone on the street, I can feel the love
he has for them. No matter what happens in the life, whatever mistakes
we make, heartaches we feel, through our Savior Jesus Christ and his
atonement. Turn to him and let him heal you.

I love you all and I pray for you everyday! Thank you for all of your
love and support!'

Hope you have a week full of miracles!

¡Abrazos y Oraciones!

Hermana/Sister Hunt

Week 29: I'm late! I'm late! I'm late at sending my group email and...

Week 28: I'm late! I'm late! I'm late at sending my group email and...
¡Familia y Amigos!
I don't have much time this week, except for a 2.0 but my week this week was awesome! The Lord is truly blessing Hna Oldroyd and I.
I just want to share my testimony with each of you that I know that God lives. I know that he is our loving Heavenly Father and he created a perfect plan for each of us. I know that Jesus Christ is the savior of the world. His atonement is real. Repentance is real and is one of the biggest blessings we have received! If we let the Saviors atonement work in our lives, he can change our very nature. Each of you has Devine potential. God uses our talents to bless and lift those around us. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is Chris's church on the earth today. It was restored through the prophet Joseph Smith. I know that Joseph Smith saw Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ, and that by the power of God translated the Book of Mormon. I know that the Book of Mormon is true, and as we study and read it we can feel the Spirit testify of its truth. As we read it we can receive answers to our questions. I know the calling that I have as a missionary is from God and was given by a living prophet, Thomas S. Monson. I know I was called to the Missouri Independence Mission, to serve and meet everyone that I have met and all those I will meet during my service here as a missionary. There is truly nothing I love more than being a missionary. And I want to share all of these things with you in the name of our Savior, Jesus Christ, Amen.
I love you all and hope you have a week full of miracles!
Abrazos y Oraciones
Hermana/Sister Hunt

Week 28: A New Year to Come Unto Christ

¡Familia y amigos!
I hope y'all had a wonderful Christmas! It was so fun to get to talk to my family! We had a really nice Christmas and I got all of your packages mom and we are enjoying the oranges very much so thank you!! It didn't snow on Christmas but it snowed a few days later and I like everything about the snow except for scraping ice off the car, getting stuck when you park wrong, not being able to go out in our area because of the roads, turning.... but it was really fun to go to bed and wake up and everything was white and to play in it for a couple minutes, and watch it come down! so like I said mixed emotions on the snow, but I'm surviving! I still need to buy tights and leggings but then I should be set!
So, on to the important stuff: This week as super awesome! We had SO many miracles and I know that Heavenly Father is so aware of each of us, and I know he watches out for all of us!
Highlight of the week: On Saturday night Hna Oldroyd and I had an appointment with our two investigators who are on date for the 23rd of January, and before we left to go to the Visitor Center in the morning, we both felt really strongly that there was somewhere/someone we needed to visit, but we didn't know who, and we didn't want to cancel our appointment! So we decided we figure it out later and went to shift. We got home, finished studies, went to dinner and our appointment was set right after dinner. After we left dinner, the feeling that we needed to be somewhere else was even stronger so we said a prayer and still didn't know exactly what to do. So we decided to drive to our investigators house and when we got there Hna Oldroyd had a name pop into her head and it was a less active neither of us had met before and she lived right around the corner from our investigators! So we hurried around the corner and We knocked on her door and explained how we came about coming over, and she told us that she had been trying to figure out how to get a hold of the branch president and asked us when and where church was and that her and her daughter would be ready. What a miracle!! We were able to get her in contact with the Branch President and arranged a ride for her to church all in 10 minutes And she came! While we were at church she told us it was her first time back to church in 10 years. I know that Heavenly Father lead Hna Oldroyd and I where he needed us to be that night! He was aware of her and what she needed and as we followed the promptings of the spirit we were able to help her. I know that this is the Lords work and I am so humbled and blessed to be a part of it! 
I don't have much time left so 2.0!
New Year: New Years Resolutions!
 So last week, I invited you all to think about ways you can personally draw closer to Christ this next year. So with tomorrow being the start of a new year I would invite you to take those thoughts and promptings and to set those goals. I can promise you that as you put Christ first in your life this next year and take the goals you set to him, with his help you will be able to accomplish them. 
I hope you all have an amazing new year and a week full of miracles!
¡Abrazos y Oraciones!
Hermana/Sister Hunt