Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Our Friends, the Lauritzens

In June of 2012 the mission was fortunate to have the arrival of another couple to serve in Freetown, Elder and Sister Lauritzen.   We were so happy to welcome them. They have stewardship for the Freetown East District and the missionaries in that area.  In Ecclesiastes 4:9 it says:  "Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labor."  We are so happy to have two couples in the office.  Everything is easier with another good couple to share the load. It really is true "two [couples] are better than one."

Elder Lauritzen demonstrates his novel way of making sure a key does not get lost. 
Sister Lauritzen is the self-appointed "fire boss."  We burn all of our paper trash.  City trash pickup is "small, small."
A super P-day with the Freetown Zone gives everyone time to relax.
Occasionally the "kingdom builders" get a little dirty in the work.
Elder Lauritzen knows how to use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.  Note the giant hole in our burn barrel.
Elder and Sister Lauritzen volunteered when they first arrived at the mission to do a very sorely needed dirty job.  They cleaned out the storage area under the mission.  As you can see, manuals are not in short supply in our mission.  Now we have a good view so that we can find what we need.

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