|Location was at Piedra Quemada KH. I found it to be particularly beautiful. The long building to the left are apts for the C.O. and a need greater couple from the States|
- Jehovah is an orderly god. He expects his servants to imitate him. I should conduct my service in an orderly way and my person, supplies, and even home should always be orderly.
- I have to be a better student of the Bible. I need to schedule specific times to read the Bible without rushing, make sure I understand the information, then meditate. I'll never improve my teaching abilities otherwise.
- I have to guard against discouragement. I need to think positively about my territory, my students, my fellow workers, and the hard-working elders helping to direct me.
Hopefully, putting these items into practice, I'll have a successful 2013/14 service year.
|Here's my new buddies. Starting from left back row: Alexis, Ivan, Johan, Larry. Front row: yours truly, Selene, Clara, Argentina. Only Julissa is missing; she couldn't get off work.|
I've been getting to know the Nindiri pioneers a little more and have really started to value them after learning more about them. We have one pioneer who's still going after having cancer twice, a pioneer who's only been baptized 4 years, a pioneer who is incredibly zealous although having rheumatoid arthritis from a young age, 2 pioneers who are family heads as well, and 2 pioneers juggling a demanding work schedule on top of it all. I see I have a lot I can learn here in Nindiri.