Monday, March 30, 2015

Elder John said something along these lines about this first picture. "your prayers are working" It was dark and they were riding home for the day and they went through a street intersection. In the middle of the intersection the seat pole on his bike broke, and he crashed. "the Miracle is that I was not run over, there was a truck that somehow, it stopped, it should have been hit. The truck stopped when it should not have it was really weird. But I am grateful for people in high places watching out for me." 

Puts a knot in your soul to read that as a parent:) 

We are not on top of our game to update his emails to the blog. Were working on that. 
Trent











Monday, March 23, 2015

Week 6-8 (week 1&2 ARG)

Trent is going to piece this together the best I can. Tyler has adjusted well to where he is and says he has met a lot of very nice people. He enjoys his companion which is a great thing in the field. He is grateful for those that will be patient with him in his Spanish learning curve. He gave a 20 minute talk the first week in church, in Spanish. He is not stressed about the language, but he does like it when people are understanding with him. Brooke and I are glad he is where he is and not in the middle of BA in city life. His buns are adjusting to riding a bike everywhere. Based on the pictures his Apt is very nice which is always helpful. Their days are scheduled very different due to the Argentina culture and their daily schedules. They are teaching several people and families. Somehow he and his companion LOCKED themselves inside the Church...not sure how this happened...SMH. 

Elder John takes pictures of his daily journal and uploads those and Brooke and I will convert that to text during the week to post. So for this week you get me to update. . Trent










LDS chapel in 25 de Mayo

Church






Youth activity with the youth and Sister Missionaries. 


Someone has a FLAT tire:(

Another missionary left some maple syrup, so it got used!





NICE space by ANY mission standards. He still needs to make his bed! 


Thursday, March 12, 2015

First few days in Argentina

We have limited information on how his first days were spent in ARG but we know where he is now.

Elder John with his Mission President and Wife

President Robertson and Sister Robertson

I asked the Mission office and the said that he has been assigned 
to the "area" of 25 de Mayo. We will learn more of exactly where he 
is when he emails us next week. 

Last days in the MTC and flight to ARG-BAW Mission

It has been a whirl wind for the John Family as Elder John has left the MTC in Provo Utah and is now in a small city in the Argentina. We have just gotten word on where he was assigned for his first area. I am going to just share some pictures and information.

The last few days in the MTC were full of adjusting to leaving a place he got used to. He said his goodbyes to his teachers and other new friends. Tyler has not had many "big changes" in his life so going to and leaving the MTC were his big changes and now he is in ARG. We got to talk with him via phone while he was in the airport and he was doing good, VERY tired and nervous because he did not know what to expect.

But the travel is done and he is there.

Elder Holland on his flight to Atlanta. 



Waiting for the ride to ARG





Tylers MTC teacher



Elder Tingy and Elder John

Tyler's District @ Provo Temple