Elder Zachary D. Johnson's Mission

Elder Zachary D. Johnson's Mission
Elder Zac Johnson has been called to serve in the Brazil Santos Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and wants you to share in his adventure! "Take the leap with me."

Saturday, August 9, 2014

World Cup Defeat

14 July 2014

Hello everyone! 

Wow you guys sure had a great week vacationing and passing stones. Only good things ;D

So this week started off a little rough. With Brazil taking a beating 7-1 to Germany, you could feel it in the air. It was a bitter sweet experience for sure! Our neighbors were screaming bloody murder next door when Germany was up 4-0 in the first 20 mins. But at least Argentina didnt win. There wasnt too much craziness in the streets actually. Everyone was just super embarrassed because of the result. Strange really.

We have been working a ton on the rescue here in this area. We havent been teaching a lot of investigators but we visited a ton of less actives and the Lord blessed us with the highest attendance in Sacrament meeting in the past 4 months! The ZLs werent happy about our lack of lessons but I am happy because our attendance was so high. 

On Sunday we had our first official meeting with our Ward Mission Leader. He is 24, wears tight pants to church, a RM (who went on his mission ENGAGED), and is one of the best WMLs in the mission. He is so awesome and really helped me with some things that I was struggling with. I have a lot on my plate but I am doing my best and am really enjoying myself.

Elder Lucas is hilarious and is really starting to talk more. You wouldnt think that talking would be a problem, but he wants to be told what to say a little too much. But he is learning quickly and we really dont have a dull moment in the street.

These are photo's of Luciano's baptism.  We found him the last week I was in Sao Vincente.  He was baptized by his best friend!

Love yall!

Elder Johnson


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  2. Seu filho é um jovem maravilhoso, e me ajuda muito nas aulas do Seminário Boa Esperança.