Wow how time is flying!
I am super grateful to be able to serve the Lord in such a distinct and beautiful place, and for all the new things I have been able to learn in this transfer. Every move during the mission has been inspired to move the work along and to help me progress personally.
I will continue to learn as much as I can these last two transfers! All I want to do is work work work!! I feel a great need to take advantage of every last minute remaining I have to teach and testify of the blessings of living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
How grateful I am for my leaders here in the mission, and for the keys that have been delegated by the laying on of hands to carry out the work of the Lord here in this part of the world. I feel privileged to serve my fellow missionaries and I learn so much from each one of them. The changes made possible by the Atonement of Jesus Christ are so incredible up close and personal in the lives of our investigators, and equally if not more amazing in the lives of the Elders and Sisters with whom we serve. I strive daily for the companionship of the Holy Ghost, and invite all of you who read this to do the same. It is the most precious gift of which we can enjoy here in this life. That is my testimony, and I wish you all a great week!
The pictures are from the last p-day adventure to an Ice bar. Jake says it is a room made of ice with ice cups and you drink soda.
From the internet: Ice Bar Ushuaia invites you to enjoy a Thematic Gallery of Antarctica Argentina and the experience of entering the interior of the bar with previous equipment of layers, gloves and crampons anti slip, to stay between 20 to 25 minutes, with an average of -15 -18 degrees below zero. In this way you will get to know our Ice Bar totally designed as a warm bar but with the extreme temperature of the low zero, also the plus of observing the sculptures made completely in Ice.
Jake Is currently serving in the Argentina, Comodoro Rivadavia Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints. He reported to the MTC August 3, 2016. This blog is for family and friends.