Remember Bishop Krimmie?

28 Oct

Well I have some great news, the package arrived, before I got it I was thinking that maybe you guys would put some stuff in the shoe for me but you put the shoe in some stuff. you will see a very happy missionary when I have the chance to send a picture. thank you so much, I also don’t expect to much more considering the cost to send a package. (wow). Its truly amazing how well the costumes turned out, and they (Eve, Aurora, & Tawny) all look so beautiful, I’m sure they had an amazing dance. I sure do remember Bishop Krimmie, he gave me a great suit, I am glad you guys had a great time with the family and I look forward to seeing the new baby when it arrives, I know they are ready, and I appreciate the quote I am looking for ways to improve always, we have a great goal of baptizing a family each week, and I need to develop more faith and continue to improve on the language. I was studying the sermon on the mount and how Christ teaches and found that this part would be helpful for you guys right now:

30 If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, will he not much more clothe you—you of little faith?

                     31 So do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’

                    32 For the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them.

                    33 But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.

                      34 Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

This is not exact but I don’t have time to correct it

it is found in Matthew 6:26-34

Also for the types of investigators we have we have the parable of the sower

Matthew 13:19-23, right now we seem to have a few in the ground with stones but we will work with them to remove the stones and help them become good ground.

I pray for you all every day, keep up the good work>

Your Elder

Elder Inman

2 Responses to “Remember Bishop Krimmie?”

  1. Grandma at 12:09 am #

    Hi my wonderful Grandson! Right now I’m in Ft Lauderdale, FL with Charlotte (my boss). She goes to the Mayo clinic tomorrow for them to start running tests to see why she has a chronic cough. I came along to drive when necessary and for moral support. We went to a place tonight that had a special on barbecued ribs. They had a incredible dessert that we decided to order first and split. A 3 layer ice cream cake with oreo cookies in one layer, heath bits in another, caramel and pecans in another topped with hot fudge. I know, it sounds absolutely sinful … it was soooo good! We couldn’t eat much of the ribs but they’ll make a great lunch tomorrow. We plan to get to the ocean and play in it while we’re here. It’s been forever since I’ve been to the ocean. (I know, you get to see it all the time)/ 😉 I can’t believe Camden hasn’t delivered yet. I hope she has that little one soon!
    Our little branch is growing … besides the Sister Missionaries we also have Elders assigned to us. The rate of growth there is amazing!! You are always in my thoughts and prayers!! I’m so proud of all you’re accomplishing. I love you tons!!! G-ma

  2. Grandma at 9:43 pm #

    Well, by now you know you’re an Uncle. Will is a beautiful baby! I’m amazed that tiny little Camden had a baby so big. This weekend was Stake Conference. We had two visiting authorities. Elder Pino, he’s been a General Authority for 5 years but only in Salt Lake City for 2 months so he’s just been learning English. Something you can identify with. He understands most of what is said but isn’t confident enough speaking to not have an interpreter. Charlotte and I got to Nashville on our way back from Florida Friday night, she stayed in Nashville since she had classes Sat. Mark (her husband) met us there, I rode home with him and Elder Pino and Elder … oh rats, I forgot his name. I was so blessed to be riding back to KY with them. Mark, aka President Miller, was released from being a Stake President today. I’m sure that will be bittersweet. He’s either been a Counselor in the Stake Presidency or the Stake President for 20 years so this will be an adjustment. Nellie’s never been quite sure that Mark lives here so now she’ll get to know him. Yesterday’s talks made me think of you. It was all about how the members of the Church need to be more involved than ever in helping the Missionaries. It’s so exciting that you’ve been called to serve right when things change dramatically for Missionaries. They said this time period marks a major time in the History of the Church, just as big a change as when Joseph Smith took the Golden Plates from the ground. Charlotte said that a young lady (the sister of the young man who interpreted for Brother Pino) will leave Tuesday to serve in Brazil. We tried to find her today but you know how crowded the Sunday Session is. I wish I’d known last night, I could have found her quite easily. So if you meet a young woman from KY that’s probably her. I hope it’s ok that I added this email to your last post. I didn’t see a more recent post. But then, I’m unbelievably computer challenged!! I hope you’re doing well. You are in my prayers continually. Please don’t feel like you have to reply to what I write. I know how busy you are. I just want you to know I love you so much and I’m so proud of the young man you’ve become.

    Lots and Lots of Love!! G-ma

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