10 Investigators

We broke our record of investigators in
Church this week! We had 10 investigators there! And 6 of our investigators
didn’t come, so we could’ve had 16! But 10 is good enough, for now. I hope
that it goes up next week.

Everything’s been great here! Our new mission president gets here tomorrow.
We’re going to have a meeting and get to know him on Wednesday. His name is
President Johnson from Salt Lake. It’ll be interesting to see what changes
he makes in the mission.

We made pizza again this week. Continue reading

Staying in Salaverry

We had transfers this week! Well,
kind of. Transfers happened this week, but they didn’t affect us at all.
Elder Araujo and I will be staying here in Salaverry. This is going to be
my last ward in the mission. I think it will go well. We’re finding
investigators to teach, we have baptisms planned, and the members are super

The week went fine. We were pretty busy, but I didn’t write down the things
we did. Sorry! I don’t have pictures, either. But I’m doing well! I’m happy
and healthy! That’s the most important, right?

I don’t have anything else to share, so I’ll finish for now, but I’ll write
again next week!

Have a great week everyone!

-Elder Kehoe


The end is near…

My time here in the mission is quickly
coming to a close. But we had a good week, and we’re going to keep working
with the time I have left.

Monday: We visited some families that my companion knows here in Arequipa.
Everyone else in the Zone went to Chivay. My companion has gone a few times
already, and I lived there, so we decided not to go with everyone else.
Sadly, nobody was home at night to visit. We just did some street

Tuesday: We had our monthly Zone Conference. We also visited Continue reading


Yellow Fever…

Well as you can guess from the title,
this week was different than normal…

Weekly breakdown.

Monday: I fixed a members computer most of the day. Then we visited a
family in my companion’s old area here in Arequipa. Then we taught a family
of old investigators. They seem interested in the message we share. They
were asking us, “Who’s the prophet?”, “How do you guys know that this is
true?” We were answering their questions and left their house a little
late. But an investigator pulled up in Continue reading