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.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Father's Day!

Fathers Day was so great! I love you all and hope you have a great week! 

Hermana Davis

We found a super cool graffiti wall! So why not take a picture? Haha. 

Our new apartment! And the best thing about it is...its the little house in the backyard of our mission president!

We have 6 beds to choose from! Which one would you like?

Our bathroom...

 A member that gave us lunch! Shes so cute and so sweet. 

Happy Fathers day to all the dads in the world and all the future daddys!

Thursday, June 15, 2017

New companion from Paraguay

So I have a new companion now. She’s the sister in the blue shirt, with me hugging her. She’s from Paraguay, I think with her my Spanish accent will change. Haha. In Paraguay, they speak differently. Lol. No, but I love her. Were super excited to work this transfer together. She’s so sweet and has 10 months in the mission. It’s really sad for me because my companion, Hna Menezes, is going home because she ended her mission. I love her so much and I’ve learned so much from her. This week was full of so many different things. We had a conference with one of the seventy, Whitney L. Clayton. It was great because he motivated us so much to just do all we can to give the Lord our life. I’m so happy to be in the mission right now, and seeing the church growing so much right now! It’s crazy how fast its growing. The Lord really works miracles. Elder Clayton said that we need to baptize people who are young and that can prosper in the church. 
Also, we had our Traveling Missionary meeting, and this time it was at Presidents house because were now a little group. There’s not many of us but we work miracles. Haha. No just kidding. But we truly help all the missionaries feel the love of Christ and be personally worthy so that they can see the blessings and miracles happen in their area. I love being able to travel everywhere and seeing the light of Christ everywhere I go in Argentina. I love this country so much and these people. They are so sweet and don’t even now what kind of great blessing they have to live so close to the temple and to have the restored gospel in the earth today! I love you all and hope you have a great week!

Hermana Davis

Temple trip!

Sorry but I don’t have that much time today but my pictures explain exactly how went my week! The temple was beautiful, it’s been a year since I’ve gone and of course I got lucky because one of my companions converts got her endowments so we were able to accompany her! I loved every moment of it and being able to remember the promises I made with my Heavenly Father! This week we had Stake Conference, And President Teixaira was there, and spoke about the importance of the temple. And that it’s like a spa, but free! So I want to invite you all, that if you don’t have a day this week to go to the temple, make a little time for it. Because the things that bring us the greatest joy in life, are things that are for our Savior lord Jesus Christ. I love you all! Chau!

With Hermana Escalante, Best sister ever! She’s from Argentina!

With Hermana Gove! Craziest most funnest girl ever. 

Pictures before the temple on the patio!

Jam packed week!

This week was jam packed with so many things. On Monday, we had Family
Home evening in the church with all the recent converts and they all
turn out to be people with age. Haha. People that are very young at
heart and lived a long time. It was great because Georgina that just
got baptized can join their group, which is so cute!

Something interesting that happened this week is that the sisters
didn’t have hot water because the water tank was broken so we had to
shower with super super cold water. Haha. yeah, that was interesting.
I’m so thankful for heater tanks! On Thursday, the ward had a party
because it was like patritoic day, I think and everyone in Argentina
eats Locro which is like chili soup but it doesn’t have beans it has a
different type of corn, with meat and other things I’m not sure. But
it’s really good. I love it. After, we played karaoke and played the
game Headbands, DIY. It was cute. The ward enjoyed it. 
Friday, we
helped a family move, but the most interesting part of this move is
that this family has a problem with cockroaches in their house. They’re
literally everywhere. So you can imagine how that experience came out!
But its a great memory and I was happy to help this adorable family.

They’re not moving too far, so it’s okay. Right after we had Georginas
interview and it was so cute because right when we picked her up, she
was studying for the questions they’re going to ask her. She really is
so special and loving and was so prepared to make this covenant with
heavenly father. And of course the big day! Saturday Georgina got
baptized. I know that God lives and answers our prayers because if
not, Georgina would not have been baptized. There were so many
challenges we had to face and Georgina but she made it. One of the
trials was, when Georgina came to church on Sunday, she brought her 3
great grandchildren, and Georgina is 83 years old. Obviously it was
really interesting and she traveled in the train. Of course, their dog
had to follow them as they went into the train. One of the train stops
the dog left, the doors closed, and the dog was left alone 30 blocks
away from the house. This family was so mad with the sisters but my
companion and I were in Banfield 2C for a reason. We helped them have
faith that God will do his part if we do our part and help Georgina
get baptized. We prayed so hard that this dog can find its way home
and that this family can forgive us. Literally the next day, the dog
came home! Such a blessing! Through our faith God performs miracles! I
know this is true. Te amo!
Hermana Davis

A couple that we had lunch with! So sweet. The man in this photo

served his mission with Jared Rezendes! What a small world!

Family home evening in the church with the old people that are all
recent converts!

Hermana Velasquez!

Georgina´s Baptism!

We took a selfie!

A family that fed us lunch, they have 5 girls! Haha.

Georgina in the baptismal font!

Andres, a member helped us pick up Georgina!

Something we put together for Georgina!

There was such much mudd, you cant even see my feet!

The best person ever! Beatriz came to church on Sunday and is just the
best investigator ever.