Saturday, June 21, 2014

Random Pictures from Zone Conferences

Here are just a few pictures from the zone conferences that I had on my computer and so wanted to publish them. Good times!!

One of the activities we did to help the missionaries learn English was sing all the verses to "Book of Mormon Stories" (Who knew there are EIGHT verses to that song?:-) The zones were divided up into groups and each group had to sing and act out one of the verses. Several of the pictures below are from this activity. (Most of the crazy pictures:-)

 Another part of zone conference was practicing calling the office secretaries and giving a report on references received from them. Yes, it is sad we actually have to practice this!
 This was one of my favorite pictures. Elder R in the front is practicing with his companion making the calls and he is pretending to be the office secretary taking the call. While behind him (in between the sister missionary and the elder with the pink tie) is the REAL office secretary!
 Another verse in the song . . .
 And another . . .
 We also give a test on Preach My Gospel. Here the elders are comparing their test scores.
 And guess who won the most mail contest?! Goodness!! I have never seen anyone get this much mail at one time before!!
 And then there is cleanup. Some elders are a little more happy about it than others.:-)
A few more pictures from our singing time. Guess who the man in the crown is?

 Samuel the Lamanite on the wall
 Ammon who cut off the arms of this poor girl!
 And dessert. . . .Most of the zones didn't actually get dessert but the dear sister who cooked for this zone provided it. Two different kinds!!

 And then there is the filling out the reimbursement forms.
Okay, I think that is it for zone conferences. This past week we have held three days of specialized training and next up is interviews!! I will post a few pictures from last week, next week.


  1. That secretary one was funny!, I wonder if the real secretary thought he was presenting a good impression of him. At least the practicing missionary looked cheerful! Thank you for doing this~