Well another week came and went like nothing! We are staying very busy in Pullman! We had another amazing leadership council in Spokane. They never disappoint. We got new inspiration to implement in our zone. We’re making some really big changes in the vision for the Moscow Zone missionaries. Wednesday out of the blue there was a big emergency transfer. Eleven different zones were affected. President Mullen got wind of a large group of missionaries misbehaving. That’s obviously been dealt with. We had a missionary get pulled out to help another Zone and we got a very recently repentant missionary to take his place. He’s adjusting well. As far as teaching goes we had a cool experience with a guy named Ryan this week. Missionaries had been teaching him forever before. We tried him once when I got here, but didn’t seem ready to change yet. He’s had lots of ups and downs. We felt strongly impressed to visit him this week. We found him home, which was pretty unusual since he’s never there. He’s been facing rough times. He didn’t feel very kindly towards us at first since it’d been a long time since we’d visited. We reminded him that we haven’t forgotten him and neither has the Lord. The next day we got a call from him. He wanted to meet as soon as possible. Only sad part is he never called back to decide on a place to meet, so it didn’t really happen. Waiting to hear from him again. We also met a guy named John the same day, walking back from Ryan’s place. He told us he’s Christian, a grad student in structural engineering, and he’s planning on getting married in May! Perfect for the married student ward! We took him on a church tour Friday night. He was very cordial, though we were a little confused about his intentions when by the end he invited us to visit his church. He still agreed to meet again today so maybe we can still help him. Keep praying for us to find the elect! -Love Elder Call
Send me a Letter. I’d love to hear from you!
Please send letters and care packages to: Elder Kenneth Michael Call Washington Spokane Mission 820 S Pines Rd Ste 101 Spokane Valley, WA 99206-5420 United States I will move around to different cities during my two year mission, but I can always get mail forwarded from the above address.
Where I am now
I am currently serving in Newport, WA. The best address to write to me is the Spokane Washington Mission Office since I will be traveling to different areas during my two year mission. The address is listed above.
Write letters to me — or email (recent mission rule change – it is allowed for all friends and family!)
We had a recent mission rule change -- now all friends and family can email me. My missionary email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org But please remember that I only open emails one day a week and have limited time to read them but I can receive letters six days a week. So letters are really appreciated!
About My Mission
From September 2012 till September 2014, I'll be in Washington, teaching others about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and our powerful message about Jesus Christ! The gospel changes lives! It's made my life sweeter and now I have the chance to share that precious gift with others.