Luke is serving in the Argentina Buenos Aires West Mission.

Monday, February 24, 2014

Luke's Letter dated February 24, 2014


Finally I have internet and enough time to write a letter!!!! It's almost a miracle! 

These last few weeks have been full of work!! We've been working our butts off like crazy! My companion finishes his mission this Wednesday, so he's kinda ready to go home. lol. Oh well. He's still doing good!

I don't know who my next comp is going to be. But i know it'll be someone who is going home! Looks like I'm going to be in this area for a really really long time! Good thing I love it here!!  This place really kinda rocks!

So. The other week I hit the year mark in my mission.. I'm more than half way done with my mission. With this second half I wanna dedicate myself even more to the mission. I am excited to work my guts out this last time that I have left! It really is short and it's a gift that the lord has given me. So I'm gonna use it the best I can!
I love you all!!!
Hope all is well!
Elder Morgan

Monday, February 10, 2014

Letter Dated February 10, 2014

 So my brother Keynan reminded me of something that my nephew Wyatt says. He was a little bit confused about the fact that I'm in the army but I'm on a mission too. After a long time of confusion and a lot of thought he came to the conclusion that I am in Argentina fighting people about Jesus. Good stuff! haha.
This week was mostly normal until Wednesday night. We were just getting home and it had started to rain. As we were going about our nightly routine it started to rain harder. Then started the lightning. The lightning here in Argentina is something crazy. The bolt of lightning lights up the whole landscape, shortly followed by an ear splitting crack of thunder. Seriously it shakes the house. So that made it kinda hard to sleep. 

The next morning we woke up to a flooded town. Luckily we live on the second floor, but we had a full on river in the street in front of our house. Pretty crazy. Because of the flooding some of the people couldn't sleep in their houses. They had to find some other place to go. A couple families had to sleep in the church. We went out to help them out and do what we could to get them back into their houses. It was a mess. Some people seriously lost everything. We will be hard at work for quite a while getting this mess cleaned up. 

This whole time I have been in Argentina has made me think about how blessed I have been in my life. And really I have no reason to complain about what I have been given in my life. Ever. We have all been so blessed, but unfortunately sometimes we have to be humbled to realize the blessings we have in our lives. My invitiation to you all is that you can take some time and think about all the good things you have in your lives. All the blessings that you have been given. Really we are a blessed people, and we're lucky to have what we have.
I love you all!!!
Elder Morgan