Hey hey hey family and friends! Thanks for all your emails and support! Here’s the report for this week from the rockin’ town of NEWPORT WASHINGTON!!! The population of this town grew three times this week and the sun is still heating up. This week we’ll be expecting temperatures reaching a record breaking 100 degrees! Not too bad compared to Austin. Jaden’s baptism was amazing last night! Her primary teachers came up to us at church yesterday nearly in tears. They said that when they talked about the Joseph Smith story in class Jaden kept raising her hand and recounting nearly the whole story. For a nine year old she’s very spiritually ahead. Her mom told us she’s been anxiously waiting to be baptized for three years. The spirit was powerful and present at the service. A really good amount of the congregation came to witness and feel it. Bob’s still eagerly waiting for his baptism. We had a little situation happen this week (not even a worthiness reason) that made it so we had to move it again. Happens. Everyone kept poking him at the baptism saying, “You’re next!” On the fourth of July we got to have dinner with the Morales family. We aren’t seeing too much progress there yet, so we’ll probably give them some space. That night we went on exchanges with the Priest River elders so Elder White got to watch fireworks out the little cracked window in their third story apartment. Kinda fun! It’s been a great week! I hope you’ve had a great 4th of July. Keep the faith!!! -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.