Elder Espinoza

Elder Espinoza
Alma 26:12 Yea, I know that I am nothing; as to my strength I am weak; therefore I will not boast of myself, but I will boast of my God, for in his strength I can do all things; yea, behold, many mighty miracles we have wrought in this land, for which we will praise his name forever.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Off to New Mexico!

Learn more about New Mexico here.

We got to talk to Elder Espinoza this morning!!!  He is doing great and is so excited to get to New Mexico and get going on his Mission! He absolutely loved the MTC and learned so much! He said they were so so busy there! He has more pictures from the MTC and more to write about so hopefully he will get some time to fill us in more about that soon!
 Here is his Mission Area. If you know anyone living in this area that might like to know more about The Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints let Elder Espinoza know!

New Mexico Albuquerque Mission Area

He said he has been getting letters while in the MTC so thank you to all who have written him! As soon as I hear from him again I will post and hopefully with an address of where he is living. The Mission address is on the right side bar  of the blog where you can always send a letter to but his living address will change through out his mission. He will get a letter faster if sent to his living address but you want to make sure one isn't sent right before transfers or he could be gone from that address and maybe not get it.
Also If you missed this info on one of the previous posts here it is again- If you would like  each new blog post with Elder Espinozas latest letter sent to your inbox then submit your e-mail address in the appropriate spot on the right side bar of the blog.

Thanks again to all who have been a good friend and support to Elder Espinoza!  He loves you all and can't wait to keep you informed on his life in the Mission Field!

The New Mexico Flag

      The New Mexico state flag was designed by archaeologist Dr. Harry Mera in response to a flag contest sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1923. It is a simple design of the Zia Indian's sun symbol in red on a yellow field. The Zia sun symbol reflects the Zia philosophy of the basic harmony of the universe; all centering on the sacred number four. Four represents many things including the four seasons, the four directions of the Earth, and the four stages of life (childhood, youth, adulthood and old age).

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Verna. Beautiful job. Who would not be touched by it.