Thursday, July 20, 2017

Same team

Well this week was great!! It was really fast and again I'm low on
time.. just like every freakin weekly I send out! I'm just terrible at
procrastinating and I don't wanna lose my streak!!!

As far as the week goes, I finally got my new bike so it's been a lot
easier to get around now!! Elder Forsey and i have been working hard
to keep in touch with our potentials and investigators! We did meet
this one guy on Saturday who is super cool!! He will only be here for
another 3 weeks which is a bummer because he is heading back to the
states, but we are working extra hard to get him and the others to
church! We had a huge talk with him about the church. We were able to
share the Restoration, Plan of Salvation, and a little of the
Atonement of Jesus Christ. It was super awesome to be able to answer
all of his questions to the best of our knowledge and the Holy Ghost
was right there to help us out!!!

We also met a couple people outside of a casino who were amazing!! One
was a German, another was Romanian, and the last was from Iran. They
all spoke German, and aren't with the military, so we gotta hand them
over to the German missionaries. Which isn't a big deal, but the lady
from Romania was super ready for the Gospel of Jesus Christ and I so
wish I could get to know her more!! It's all good though, because we
are on the same team! And that's the Lords team!

I hope that everyone this week can get onto the Lords team! There
aren't tryouts or qualifications or even an entry fee!! We are all
entitled to be a part of his team, because we are His children and He
sent us here to become more like Him. He loves us. He wants us to be
happy. He even gave us His perfect Son so that returning to Him was a
possibility! Just think about how much love that is!! And it's all for
us individually!! I hope everyone has a great week!!

Elder Rogers
Elder Forsey and
i ridin bikes!! (He is behind me a bit).
Just some pics of pday with the Karlsruhe Elders and Elder Forsey




Thursday, July 13, 2017

Dropped... but wait!!

Well this week was great but super crazy!! We had the transfer call on
Saturday night already. I can't believe how fast time has been going!!
I get to say, but sadly Elder Robinson took off! There used to be four
Elders here in the area, but now that elder Robinson is gone and one
of the other Elders is going home this week me and the other elder
staying will be in the area still. But we are over all three American
wards... which is a lot! Sundays are going to be crazy and so are the
weeks! We are a little nervous to see how it's all going to work out,
but we are excited to get to know and work with so many people!! The
wards here are awesome and very helpful, so it shouldn't be a big
deal!

Also this week, we were dropped by one of our investigators. Not the
one with the tattoo of Mosiah 24:14 on his arm, but another one that
was actually progressing very well! He struggled a lot with faith and
finding that desire to keep looking for his answers through prayer and
scripture study, but we are still going to stay in contact with him
for now. As for the tattooed investigator, he just got back from
vacation and work and then he got a little sick so we weren't able to
see him for a couple weeks. Well we saw him yesterday and got to talk
to him a little bit! He's doing really well and wants to keep meeting
with us. He is really stressed and trying his hardest to keep studying
in the scriptures and pray.

Well besides all that, my new companion and I are workin hard to get
our potentials into investigators! My companion is Elder Forsey and he
is from Logan Utah. Surprisingly he is only my second companion that's
from Utah! I was on a streak for a while, but it's nice to be able to
talk about the best place on earth with him! ;) well that's about all
the exciting news for the week! I hope everyone knows how awesome and
forgiving our Heavenly Father is. He is always willing to work with us
and always willing to listen to our prayers! I hope that everyone will
be able to not blame Him for our trails, but instead that you will
come to Him in humble prayer because of your trails. He loves us and
wants the best for us. He is constantly blessing us every day, and the
blessings won't stop because we are doing something bad, but we just
gotta try a little harder to be a little better to receive all the
blessings possible. It's simple: be good, receive blessings, be
better, receive more blessings!

Hope you all have a great one!!

Elder Rogers






Thursday, July 6, 2017

Happy 'Merica day! 🇺🇸

Hey this week was great!! We visited our potentials a couple times and
one never answered and the other did, but sadly isn't actually
interested. Which is ok! A ton of people here are ready they are just
hiding from us. It's like one big game of hide and seek for 2 years!!
But we have a cheat, he's called the Holy Ghost ;) haha just kidding,
we are doing our best to always act on the help of the Holy Ghost!

So this week we met with a really cool family on Sunday. They are
members and have 9 kids I think. They are really awesome!! They are a
really funny, and kinda weird, couple in their 30's but they are
really strong in the church! They had a rough start in their lives
growing up, and went to many trials. But they always knew that they
had to be in the church! Their faith is so strong and I'm very
grateful to have been able to hear about all their experiences.

Other than that, we were able to meet our new mission president and
his family!! They are super cool and I'm very excited to work with him
and learn from them!! He gave a great talk to us on the 4th and he is
really excited to be here along with his family!

Well that's about it for the week! I know that this church is true! I
know the more we bare our testimonies the closer we will come closer
to our Savior Jesus Christ!! Which is a big deal! He gave His life for
each one of us. We all have the Light of Christ, which allows us to
gain our testimony and to receive a witness from the Holy Ghost.

Everyone's have a great week!!

Elder Rogers



Thursday, June 29, 2017

Fahrräder 🚴

Hey! This week was super sweet! Just to start off, we have had a ton
of member appointments lately! The members here are really awesome and
have been very helpful! We were able to visit a couple investigators
because they offered us rides, sadly no one answered this week, but we
keep trying!!!

We have been staying really busy and trying really hard to meet with
our investigators, sometimes people are just so dang busy it's a joke!
But we know that the power of prayer helps them realize that God truly
loves them! And I'm so grateful to be able to help others come closer
to their Savior, Jesus Christ.

Well besides that, we have been biking a lot this week. My bike has
always been a little old and beaten up. Well we were going up this
hill to a members house and just at the top of the hill the chain
busted in half and the gears got destroyed. Obviously now it's
completely not usable, obviously. I realized that I learned something
from my bike breaking. Just like the bike, we need to keep ourselves
maintained and taken care of so that we can always be able to perform
at the top of our ability! I know that because of the Atonement of
Jesus Christ we are able to use that to keep ourselves in the best
shape and able to be closer to Him and our Heavenly Father.

I hope everyone has one freakin swaggin week!!!

Elder Rogers

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Rides from an African brother

This week was sweet and so was today, which means I'm out of time and
this is going to be short! I also have no pictures this week, my bad
I'm starting to suck way bad at taking pictures. To start off, Elder
Robinson and i were able to meet with a couple of our investigators!
Sadly we only got to make an appointment with our tattooed friend
investigator, he has been so busy with work we haven't been able to
meet. We are going to the beginning of next week though so we are way
excited! He's a great guy. Another investigator is going in for
surgery today so shoot him a prayer if ya could!

Other then that, we were walking home from the institute building one
night and an African man pulled over and offered us a ride! He said he
knew our brothers so we got in. In our car ride he told us that he was
taught by missionaries earlier and used to go to church! Crazy! He was
super cool and lives way close to us!  We aren't sure if we are able
to teach him, but if the other Elders here do then it's all good
because we on the same team!

Well I can't think fast enough to remember more of the week, so I'll
just end it here! I just want to leave a challenge with everyone, the
next time you hear a talk from conference or a lesson at church or
whatever. After you learned and took personal notes from it, think
about how you are going to apply what you learned! For me, I always
forget to think about how I'm going to apply what I learned or look
back on what I wrote down. Do your best to look back on notes and
goals! Have a good week!

Elder Rogers

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Zone conference

This week was super great! Our tattooed investigator was to busy to
meet with us so we weren't able to sit down with him, but we were able
to chat on the phone with him and he's still doing great!

We have also biked a ton lately! We went on a five hour bike ride on
Saturday so that we could visit a couple investigators and inactive
members, sadly only a couple people were home and they didn't have any
time. It was still fun though! We talked to a bunch of people and were
able to find a couple people that wanted us to come back!

Yesterday we went to a smaller city looking for a potential named Mr.
Pinero, we had his address so we were excited to meet him. We got to
the address and they didn't answer so we just started knocking doors
down in that town. During that time we accidentally doored into a less
active member, an active member, AND Mr. Pinero!! Hahaha it was crazy!
And kind of embarrassing because we didn't know the less active member
was a member... but Mr. Pinero was so funny! We is really busy with
life right now, but we had a good quick chat at his door and told him
to call us when he had time.

We also had Zone conference this week and it was our last one with
President Stoddard! It's a bummer to see him and Sister Stoddard
heading out. They are amazing people and I am so happy to be able to
get to know them better and to rely on their advice.

Well just to wrap this puppy up I'm very grateful to be in Germany
serving the awesome German people! Elder Robinson and i are doing
great and working hard together! A miracle that i saw this week was
simply being in member homes! I love getting to know the member more
here because our ward is so big! I hope that everyone that invited the
missionaries from the ward over will remember how much they love
visiting with you! Be the best friends you can! We love members!

Everyone have a freakin sick week!

Elder Rogers


Thursday, June 8, 2017

Planes and Tattoos

This week was awesome! Ramstein definitely takes a little while to get
used to, but now that I'm warming up to the ward and getting to know
the area more it's been going way good! We also have some sweet
mountain bikes that I am always down to ride, I'm just a bit sick of
walking everywhere! And the buses here are crazy! I never know when
they are coming or leaving or even going!! I'm excited to figure that
out though.

As far as the week goes! I'll just hit the highlights so you don't
have to skim through my email to find them! ;) last Saturday we did
service for a non member friend. She was moving just down the street,
and she had soooo much stuff! She rented a big shipping truck to get
it all there and it took us just about three trips! We started at 9
and got done around 5 or 6. it was definitely hard as heck, but soooo
satisfying when we got done! But we finished the night off with some
awesome Chilis! I definitely miss them American restaurants! While at
Chilis we were asked by the Elders Quorum teacher to teach the lesson
in Elders Quorum the next day. And the topic was Service! It was
pretty easy to teach about!

Other than that, we had a pretty funny lesson with one of our
investigators. Last week we shared a scripture with him that he really
liked, it was Mosiah 24:14. which is completely understandable. Well a
couple days ago we met with him and he was excited to tell us that he
got Mosiah 24:14 tattooed onto is left arm! Hahaha! He said he wanted
it tattooed so that we can always just look to his arm for strength.
Hahaha! We didn't say anything about tattooes to him, and he has no
idea that our church is against them, but next time we will break the
news so he doesn't end up getting another scripture on his leg!
Hahaha! He is way awesome though! He is here alone and is with the
airforce, we love meeting with him. He has gone through so much in his
life already and he is only in his mid 20's.

Well that's about all I got for the week! I'm very grateful to be
teaching people and their families about the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
My favorite appointments are the member appointments. There is no
feeling like the feeling you get when you walk into a families home
and the Spirit works through you for them to feel our Heavenly Fathers
love! I'm very very grateful to be a full-time servant of the Lord,
but I know that we can all serve the Lord through the people that we
run into every day! My challenge to you guys is to look for those
small and simple but yet powerful ways to serve people! Have a great
week!!

Thursday, June 1, 2017

US

This week was great!! I got the call to be transferred, and so did my
comp, Elder Bahr! We came in together and now we are leaving together.
I'm pretty upset about it, I don't like how we came in for 12 weeks,
built relationships with new people, and now we are leaving all that!
They needed to close down one of the elder apartments in Cologne so
the other Elders moved into ours. I am way bummed to not be in Cologne
anymore, I really did love that city, but the city I am in now is
great! It's called Ramstein and it is a lot smaller than Cologne for
sure, but it's an awesome city! The coolest thing about this city is
that there is a military base! So there are Americans everywhere here!
It just feels like I'm in America, which is super weird to adjust to!
I'm just so used to German people and not hearing English all the
time, but I think I'll adjust ok!

Not a lot happened after Elder Bahr and I got our transfer calls. We
had to clean the whole apartment and pack everything so we were
hustling to get it all done by Tuesday! On Monday night we had an
awesome appointment with our favorite members! They made great food
and we were able to feel the Spirit with them in their home. Last
appointments are awesome but suck way bad! It's even more weird when
both you and your comp leave! Traveling was pretty tough in Tuesday,
but I made it and I'm very grateful to be working with Elder Robinson
in Ramstein!

Yesterday we had an awesome chance to go by on a couple investigators
with a member! All of the investigators were women so we brought the
member so it was all good! Sadly not to many of them answered, but we
were able to sit down with one of the investigators and chat for a
little bit. She had to leave soon, but she was really nice and it was
awesome to hear her answer when we asked her about the Book of Mormon.
She said she really likes it and is excited to learn more, she said
that it just makes sense to have the Bible and the Book of Mormon
together.

Later that night we had institute and it was awesome! The members here
are super cool and I'm glad to be able to meet them! I'm very grateful
for this church! I know that wherever we go, whether that's a small
German ward or a huge American ward in Germany, the church is the
same! It's true everywhere you go and I'm so grateful to be sharing
that with the people here! Hope everyone has a great week!

Elder Rogers
Farewell pic

Pic with Akbar
Photo credit: Elder Bahr

Before we left

Last dinner appointment

Comp pic

The Dome




Thursday, May 25, 2017

GUTEN TAG

Well this week was pretty great!! We were able to meet with one of our investigators and he brought his friend with him this time! They are both from Kurdistan, but both speak some English. They are very cool and humble dudes, it's so awesome to be able to meet with them. Elder Bahr and u decided to just read the Book of Mormon since they haven't had time to read in it. We decided to simply read 2 Nephi 31 where it talks about Christ's baptism. So after we read that we planned to invite them to baptism! Well little did we know, the language barrier is a lot bigger than we thought. We barely got through half of the chapter in an hour and a half because we had to define soooo many words!! It was great though, we had a great discussion with them and decided we would go hard on baptism next time when we finish the chapter, haha!

Other then that! The weather has been warming up a ton lately! The other day Elder Bahr and I were in the apartment having lunch and we thought we heard American police sirens going off. We opened the window and it was sure enough! Our apartment is next to a bridge so these American Cop cars were driving down it with their sirens on!! It was sooo sick!! Haha definitely not the best when you are being pulled over by them, but they are definitely awesome to hear when you haven't for so long!! Hahaha!

Anyways, besides that, we have our transfer calls this Saturday! I'm pretty nervous and honestly don't care if I don't get transferred or not. I definitely don't wanna pack up again already, but I'll do whatever I gotta! Just to close! Elder Bahr and i seemed to have shared a scripture with a lot of people this week, whether they were members or random people on the street. You can find the scripture in 2 Nephi chapter 25:26. Or if you don't want to look it up, it's cool I got it right here :)

           26 And we talk of Christ, we rejoice in Christ, we preach of Christ, we prophesy of Christ, and we write according to our prophecies, that our children may know to what source they may look for a remission of their sins.

One thing I'd like to point out is that it says we should "write according to our prophecies," so in other words: we should be writing in our journals daily! Before my mission I was terrible at it, but ever since I have left on my mission I have not missed a day and don't plan too! It definitely doesn't start out hard and get easier, but the more you do it the more blessings you will see! I can promise you that as you write down simply an experience you had that day that best explains that day, whether that is a good or bad experience, I know you will be able to see the hand of the Lord playing a big part in your life. But if you don't believe me then just read this talk by friend, President Henry B. Eyring titled "O Remember, Remember" from the October 2007 General Conference, I know he can convince ya! I hope everyone has a great week and writes in their journal every day starting TODAY!

Elder Rogers

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Being grateful

Well just to clear up some confusion real quick. Last week the beer we drank was 100% Alcohol free!! No worries, I'm still keepin the word of wisdom! As far as this week goes though, it was great! The biggest thing I learned this week was to always be grateful!! I had a couple experiences in the last few days where I realized not how ungrateful I have been, rather how not grateful I have been. There is a big difference.

By not being grateful we realized that we should be grateful, but we keep ourselves from showing how grateful we are. When we are not grateful we are simply clueless to the idea of expressing our attitude.

Elder Bahr and i had the opportunity to meet two separate people that live in refugee housing. This first one was a single mom and her three girls all under the age of 10. They are just trying to live a better and happier life away from what they ran from. The mom is already a member and she smiles all the time and laughs when she talks! She is amazing! Currently she is struggling to receive a visa to be able to stay in Germany, so we happily gave her a blessing that she had requested. She was so happy and so grateful for the blessing and our visit. Although she had nothing, and even tried to give us food, she was so happy and proved that she was grateful. Not once did I hear her complain.

After that, we met with one of our African investigators and his best friend. They are two of the coolest guys I have met!! We talked to them about the first vision and the Book of Mormon. They said that they have to read the Book to find out if it's true, which is incredibly right! Like I mentioned earlier, they also live in refugee housing and their apartment is even worse off. They each had the own "apartment" that was just smaller than a shipping container on one of those huge ships. Which means enough room for a bed, a small fridge, and a small rug. He had a couple bags with clothes in them and that was just about all he had to his name. These two guys taught me a huge lesson!! Just like the lady I just talked about, they were always grateful! Yes, they mentioned that life was hard. But they never complained once. Instead, they would say, "we thank God."

As I left their humble homes I walked home feeling guilty and pretty embarrassed at how I had not been showing how grateful I should've been. I hope that we can all realize how much we are blessed. We all have so much, so be grateful! No complaining. Yes we all have our own trials and our own hardships, but whining about never got anyone anywhere. I've challenged myself and I challenged everyone that reads this to do what the Spirit of the Lord tells you to. Act on impressions, don't complain, just simply do as the Lord commands!

Before I dip I thought I would just finish it with a quote from our outstanding Prophet, President Thomas S. Monson: "My brothers and sisters, to express gratitude is gracious and honorable, to enact gratitude is generous and noble, but to live with gratitude ever in our hearts is to touch heaven."

I'll catch you all next week! I hope we can all be a little bit more grateful! I know that as we do, we will truly recognize more and more blessings everyday because we are pointing out our blessings! Why would you waste your time whining about your wants, when you could be helping someone with their needs? Think about that!


Elder Rogers


Thursday, May 11, 2017

BYOB

Well I won't lie, I gotta keep this one short because I'm gettin low
on time! Plus I got a lot of pics to make up, besides who reads the
weekly other than my parents anyways! ;) haha!

As far as the week went, it was way awesome! We met again with our
Kurdistan buddy and he is doing great! Since he lives so close to us
we see him almost every day, it's sick. Every time we see him we check
up on his Book of Mormon reading. Sadly he has been really busy with
family and school so it's pretty understandable.

We also had Zone conference this week and it was amazing like always.
We focused mainly on bearing our testimonies, it was sweet. They
printed off all of our call letters and gave them to us again, we read
them and wrote down thoughts we had from it. What stuck the most out
to me the most was the second to last paragraph where it talks about
how we will not experience more happiness.

This doesn't just apply to missionaries, yes serving a mission does
bring forth blessings to you and also your family and future children,
but it also applies to all of us our whole lives! We will all have our
ups and downs, we will all have our trials of faith, but we will all,
through the power of Christs Atonement, be able to find that happiness
that we have never experienced.

I hope everyone has a great week!

Elder Rogers
Pierre selfie

Pierre's last week

Zone conference with the old men!  (They leave in a couple weeks)
Just so everyone knows!  
The beer in the pictures is completely alcohol free!
German BBQ

Beer

Successfully drank it all!

Post beer /grill

Super sick mustang just soakin up the sun

We came ready for some good grillin'

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Wunderschöne Woche!!

This week was great. I really learned to appreciate my comp so much
more. I already had a lot of respect for him, but this week I really
saw his awesome example as we talked to people about Christ. He really
has been a great example for me and I have learned so much from him in
such a little time.

Anyways, as far as the week!! We had a super great appointment with
one of our investigators! We met with him in a bakery and he brought
two of his friends with! They are all from Kurdistan and they were
really cool guys. Our investigator and one of the other guys could
speak pretty good English, but the other guy couldn't. We just talked
with all three of them till the two friends from our investigator had
to leave for work. So we didn't get to teach all three of them, but we
had an amazing lesson with our investigator!

We talked about the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Spirit was so
strong. The lesson went so smooth and we were very happy to be a part
of that. At the end we challenged our investigator to say a prayer
before he read in the Book of Mormon next time and to ask God if he
should be baptized into the church. He said that he would do it.

He then said the closing prayer for our lesson and the Spirit was
really strong. After the prayer we asked him if he could feel that
good feeling from the Spirit, he said he wasn't sure what it was but
he said that it felt good. It was really awesome! He is one of the
nicest guys you will ever meet!!

That same day, we went to our bishops house to have dinner with him
and his awesome wife. They are the most humble, but coolest people
ever. Their house is just that kind that when you walk in you feel
right at home, they are just so nice! We had awesome food and talked
about a lot of stuff. We also made some soap because they have a crazy
hobby of making their own soap, shampoo, and other stuff like that.
Hahaha I never would've guessed that they loved doing it so much, but
it's actually pretty cool!! It's also easy and free, so those are two
bonuses! After that we had an amazing spiritual thought with them, the
Spirit was just so strong that whole day.

Just to end I wanna let you all know about how awesome bishops are!
Every bishop I have met in my life so far has always been hard
working, humble, friendly, and just simply shows so much respect to
people. I'm very grateful for bishops everywhere! They are normal
people just like us, and they have normal jobs just like us. But yet
they show so much happiness and love for every single member!!
Personally, when I think of bishops, I'm reminded of all the bishops
that I grew up with. I'm eternally grateful for all of these amazing
men, but especially the bishop that was there to help me through the
hardest trials of my life so far. I'm very grateful for him and the
time that he had taken out of his busy life to listen to my faults,
assure me there is hope, and most importantly to show me how to reach
for the outstretched hand of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

If you yourself are going through a hard time, feel lost or without
hope, or just need to get something off of your chest, I highly
encourage you to talk to the bishop and meet with him! Preferably
personally, one on one. I can promise from my own experience, you will
feel the Saviors love for you through his humble servant, the bishop.

I hope everyone has a good week!! And if you didn't, then look at the
glass half full. Haha Ciao!!

Elder Rogers








Thursday, April 27, 2017

Monkeys 🐒

Hey this week was sick!

To start off, today for pday we went to a zoo with a member. It was
super sick and pretty much destroyed all the time I had on pday, but
it was so worth it!! The best part was the monkeys. They have monkeys
that just climb all over you when you walk around with some food. It's
super sweet and I have pics to explain it better.

Besides pday, we were able to meet with one of our investigators
twice! He's a really cool guy from Syria. He lives alone here in
Germany, but he is way nice! The first time we met we started talking
about the restoration, but he is a little caught up on prophets
because he is Muslim. The second time we met he had already read 7
chapters in the Book of Mormon, so that was a big step. He is super
friendly and we are workin extra hard to get him on the path towards
Christ!

We were also supposed to meet with a couple other of our African
investigators, but they were a little busy doing something. We are
trying to meet with him to let them know we aren't messing around so
they will take us more seriously.

A highlight of the week had to be my personal studies. I was thinking
about how lucky I was to be a missionary and be able to feel the
Spirit more than once day. But them I realized that you don't have to
be a missionary to feel the Spirit everyday! We can all study in the
scriptures and we can all receive our own personal revelation. I'm
very grateful for the Spirit and all that he teaches me!

Well it was a fast week and it's also been a fast pday so I gotta head
out! I hope everyone has a great one!

Elder Rogers




Thursday, April 20, 2017

Meine Güte... 50% Fertig

Hey what's up!

This week was great!!! We had a lot of appointments set up, but sadly
a lot of the people didn't actually show up to our appointment either.
I do have a good story though!! Last week we left the apartment and
before we even walked down our street a guy stopped us and said he
knew who we were and he was in a hurry. He told us just to give him
our number so we whipped a card out, gave it to him, and he took off.
Not even 10 minutes later he called us and asked if he could come to
our church and we said for sure you can! We told him where the church
was and we also set an appointment up with him.

For some reason he wasn't able to make it to church on Sunday and he
didn't show up to our appointment on this last Tuesday either. We were
really bummed and way confused, because no one asks us for our number
and never shows up. We have been praying to be able to come in contact
with him again, and are still going forward! So no worries!

We also talked to a lot of people on the street as well!! I'd say the
highlight of the week was our appointment with a recently baptized
member from Africa. He teaches the Sunday school class at church so we
meet with him once a week to help him prepare for that. When we met
with him this week he made us some African soup. It was really good,
but it was just insanely hot!! He had some African pepper mixed in
with the soup and it made it real hot!! We couldn't even finish the
soup! It was great though! We had an awesome lesson preparation with
him.

Besides that we also celebrated Easter!! On Monday we had a big grill
party at a members house and seriously threw down the food there! We
talked and laughed a ton, but more important then food and friends,
was celebrating the new life we receive through the Atonement of Jesus
Christ. It really doesn't matter what we have done in our lives, or
how terrible of a person we may think we are. The redeeming power of
the Atonement can completely and eternally cleanse us, we just need to
let our Savior and Redeemer into our lives! He lives. He loves us. And
He wants to help us. I'm personally very grateful for the opportunity
I have to share this message with as many people as I can.

I hope everyone has a great week!! Feel free to email me with any
questions, whether it's about church, mission, or just whatever it don't matter!!

Elder Rogers