The purpose of this blog is to highlight the beautiful city of Guadalajara; the faithful members, the valiant missionaries who serve here, as well as the people, culture, and food.

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Tepic Leadership Training

We followed the same pattern and taught the same truths as we did in the Colima area.  Here are the fabulous leaders in Tepic

President starting once again by talking about faith and the miracles of the work of salvation


the assistants, demonstrating the correct method of leadership, contrasting commands and demands, 


vs. leading by example, showing the way



 study sessions





notice the assistants right there to answer questions and insure understanding




practice, practice, practice





















participation by district, sister and zone leaders



Elder Albrechsen and Elder Alarcon focusing on record keeping 




President looking over area books
















the tail tale signs of our comida







more practicing








followed by more practicing






 a lesson in how our communications can become misunderstood




















We learn in the Book of Mormon that there is opposition in all things. We should expect it and be prepared for it.
Opposition can serve to strengthen our faith, and it is necessary to accomplish all things.
President had the Elders help him with a quick object lesson, demonstrating that to maintain the Elder in the center as he fell forward, the Elders in the circle needed to resist that opposition and support him, holding him up, and keeping him from crashing to the floor.




















Presidents closing remarks - God is a God of miracles. His work of Salvation is a work of miracles.
We must call upon Him and rely on Him to aid us.








a quick last word to the zone leaders





our wonderful leaders in Tepic


our sister training leaders in Tepic


the clean up crew





Sister Afu received a box and wanted to open it up right then, 
so she could share it with the others


leaving by taxi


and by van


I love our missionaries!