Serving from March 10, 2016 to September 2017


2 Nephi 31:20

Wherefore, ye must press forward with a steadfastness in Christ, having a perfect brightness of hope, and a love of God and of all men. Wherefore, if ye shall press forward, feasting upon the word of Christ, and endure to the end, behold, thus saith the Father: Ye shall have eternal life.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Feliz Navidad!

Feliz Navidad!
This week was full of activities as you can see with all of the photos! Thank you so much for all the birthday wishes and I’m pretty sure I will have a great birthday. This week was full of miracles and they just keep on coming. Caroling this week with the ward choir was a miracle because we found a family that needed to hear a special song,  just the song we sang, their daughter passed away and she always sang that song to them. They are all now investigators. We found 14 new people to teach this week and had a baptism on Saturday. It was the most beautiful thing ever. There are always people prepared to be baptized and start their life in the church we just have to invite them and open our mouths. I love you all and hope you have a merry Christmas! 
Challenge: Look for an opportunity to serve someone new and forget yourself. 
Hermana Davis
P.S. I’m turning 20 this week. Holy cow! Haha.

8 people baptized Saturday! The elders baptized 4 people, a women and the 3 little kids. That actually Hna ochoa and I found in the street one day, and what do you know, they’re baptized now! And we had a baptism of Nahuel. The guy that’s next to us in the picture. It was the most beautiful baptism ever. And the elders from Villegas, another ward that we share the building with baptized 3 chicos. Jaja. So great. 

Caroling this week with the ward choir!


Our Zone did a service project for our area. Helping people clean their houses and clean up their lawns. Its was so awesome. We found 9 new people to teach with this awesome activity. We all have the shirts from the church, "The Mormon helping hands". I think that's what its called. Haha.

Ward Christmas Party!

Camp out on the porch because we finally had a cool night. 
Eating popcorn with honey and a strawberry spinach smoothie. I love my Capacitadora!

Asado with the District!
Its called a Pancho,  not a Hot dog because it’s like a foot long! Haha. 

Thursday, December 15, 2016

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Half way mark!

Half way mark!
It’s literally so crazy that I’ve completed half of my mission already. I’m so grateful for all the experiences I’ve had and everything I’ve learned so far and there is more to come. The amount of things we don’t know the gospel is incredible. There is always something for us to learn more about. Talking with my companion, we’ve decided the best thing we can do as members is read the scriptures with an intent to learn. And intent to learn something new, investigate in a specific subject. There’s so many things we can do to become better members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. This week we worked very hard walking under the sun all day long, knocking on doors and we couldn’t seem to find much people but we have so much faith that we will find one person at least, that will want to have a change in their life and accept the gospel. We don’t know where to find this person but I know he or she is waiting for us. We taught a lot of inactive families this week and investigators that aren’t progressing that well. They have questions or doubts and we never get to the lessons because what I learned is that Argentine people love to talk. Haha. I do too. But about the gospel, on Friday we had our zone conference and it was so great and very different and special. Our president wanted us to remember that we are called to Argentina to serve the Lord. In the conference we watched the videos of us receiving our call, opening it and the amount of excitement that we had. It was so beautiful and great to remember that moment and my desire to serve with all my might, mind and strength especially for these last 9 months of the mission. I’m so grateful for everything that I have and feel so blessed to be a member of this church. I love you all and can’t wait to talk to the family for Christmas! Family, please remember to send me your log in of Skype. Thank you.  And love you all. Feliz Navidad!

CHALLENGE: Go to and with each day, follow what it says because each day is a different thing that the Savior did. It should be a truly amazing experience! 

Hermana Davis

Well 9 months is one pregnancy...And to follow the same tradition of Betty, Shayla, and Aunt Mariessa. I took my pregnant picture. Haha. It was a fun girls night. 

Happy 9 months!

Guess who received a package?! Haha. So happy. Thank you. 

Hermana Calquin, my Mission Presidents wife. We have the same birthday so we will be celebrating it together in the mission house in two weeks! We had our zone conference this week so this is how we remembered it. Haha. 

Two investigators of the elders. We had a Family Home evening together with their adorable family Monday night. They’re both getting baptized this Saturday!


Hello Family!
I hope you all are enjoying the cold because I’m dying and sweating a ton here. Haha. No, but it’s great, I love Argentina. This week has been a little hard because our investigators aren’t progressing and on top of it we don’t have much time because with the training of my companion and language study and appointments to be legalized living here in Argentina. During this week we had a family home evening with a family and the elders because normally Mondays we have family evening with members and share spiritual thoughts as companionship of 4. It’s awesome.  That’s so great and we invited a ton of investigators and less actives and no one showed up except for one recent convert. But at least we had one person there! And at night Hermana Aguero, she made kettle popcorn and I don’t know how long it has been that I’ve not ate kettle popcorn but it was so glorious. Haha. Only 9 months but still. We have an investigator that’s named Romina and she’s been attending other churches and I’m not sure what it’s called someone did an exorcism with her and so on Sunday we had members give her a blessing to command the spirit to leave. And this experience for me was the most different, scariest, interesting moments in my life. It literally testified that the Priesthood is true and is such a beautiful blessing we have here on the earth. After the blessing, I have never felt so much love for someone. I hugged Romina and could not but cry because she is literally my sister and she has such a great desire to feel the love of the Savior and feels as if there is a wall between her and Heavenly Father. She has the sweetest spirit and just wants to become a great mother for her daughter Candela that has 8 years. I did not get to watch the Devotional for Christmas but all the missionaries from our zone did an activity for our stake including the program the church is doing this year for Christmas "Ilumina el Mundo". We sang carols and watched videos of Christ’s birth and watched interviews we made of people in the street, asking what Christmas means to them. I love this time of year and the way we can find out what truly are our gifts.

 CHALLENGE: This next week, think about different spiritual gifts that you have, then try and exercise them.
I love you all and hope you all are smiling and doing the things Christ would do during this time of year which is help others to feel the joy and peace we all feel during his birth. Watch the videos the church is releasing everyday so you can have the same experience Jesus had and be like him. I love you all and know this to be true with all my heart. 

Hermana Davis

Las Vegas Buddies together! Elder Klingler went to Palo Verde, he graduated in the same class as Riley but we know the same people. And what a small world, we're from the same stake and now serving in the same mission. Woohoo!

Date Night at Mcdonalds! 

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Crazy week!

Hey everyone!
This week has been crazy but great. On Monday we cooked lunch for the elders because they're babies. No just kidding. Lol. No they're like our brothers and didn't have time so we had lunch together in the church and then had our district activity which of course was play soccer. I'm not a fan of soccer so the hermanas, we played ultimate Frisbee. Haha. On Tuesday, We had our district meeting, visited people but everyone was sleeping because it was siesta, like everyday but its okay because we ended our day by helping a recent convert remember he has a testimony and then we had choir practice!
Wednesday, It was terrible hot, but overcame it. Haha. I don't know why but Argentina is terribly hot and just uncomfortable to live and walk around because its so so humid. At least for the life of missionaries. At night, we then traveled to Banfield because I had an appointment to receive my DNI, I don't know what its called in English. Oh yeah I'm forgetting English its great. Haha. So sorry if I don't make sense in the letters I write. Thursday morning we then had our appointment and Guess What?! I'M finally legal here. Half way through my mission I'm legalized. Its really funny. We then visited less active families in the evening with Hermana Walker because we had exchanges in the morning after tramites. Hermana Walker was in the CCM with me and we arrived to the mission together so its fun to be with her. Friday, we had our weekly planning and studies. And on Saturday, We helped Ciudad Evita 1 have a capilla abierta, so in the morning we handed out invitacions to everyone but it was cloudy outside and everyone was sleeping so it was a little hard. And then it started to rain with lightning and thunder. And if any of you know but when there's lightning its really dangerous in Argentina because its totally flat everywhere. So we were running back to the church because we were drenched and then as we were running, there was a huge light in the air in front of us, almost as if someone took a picture of us from the sky. We were really close to the lightning and the thunder was like 3 seconds after it and so yeah. Most scariest moment ever. And to end this story, we got lost because we were in the area of Ciudad Evita 1. And we were actually on the other side of the town of Ciudad Evita. It was lovely. We finally returned back to the church and no one ended up showing up to the capilla abierta because it was raining the entire time, so it was really sad because all the members were inside ready to present. And Sunday, the hermanas that live in front of us moved out because president closed their area in the middle of the traslado so we have their keys to their apartment but the best part is, is that we received permission if we want things from the apartment of the hermanas we can have it, as long as we don't take everything. Woohoo! And that was my week. I'm learning so much right now, to take advantage of every moment that we have because days are so short and before it'll be Christmas tomorrow. I seriously can't believe how fast time is going. I love the this work and I love being a missionary, especially in Argentina. I love you all and have a good week!
Hermana Davis
The lovely sunset from our apartment


My cute companion!

We were in exchanges this week.  For Thanksgiving we ate crackers with peach jelly.  It's similar to pie right?