Monday, November 14, 2016

"I have a serious hankering for In-n-Out.

(Final email from the mission field!!!!!!)

Yes, I will talk. (Meaning...talk in church on Nov. 27th. I asked him last week and he totally ignored me.) I want to talk about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Sorry, I forgot to respond to that question last week. I have a serious hankering for In-n-Out. (Guess that's where we'll be headed after the airport. Hope that's okay Olivia and Rachel.) 

We had several less-actives we've been working with come to church last week and we had three investigators in the primary program. I am in Scottsbluff right now, heading to the mission office soon. I had to send a package of extra stuff. By the way, Elder Campbell is training a new missionary. One of only eight missionaries this transfer! I am so proud of him!

See you soon!

Love,

Elder Andrew Campbell

Monday, November 7, 2016

Endure to the End!

(Here it is....only one more email to go--I think--unless he can't next week due to transfers. This one is short but sweet.)

Mother and Father,

   Well, I can't believe I have made it this far. But, here I am. I have pondered a lot on why missionaries would give up or take it easy at this point. To be honest, it is really quite easy to do so. No one would blame me. But, I have pondered a lot about the covenants I have made, and my desire to be a disciple after my mission, and I know that if I were to give up now I would be failing in my discipleship and I
don't believe I would be a disciple after my mission. So, I will endure to the end.
   I don't think I will send a bike home. Sounds like a hassle. (After much emailing back and forth we decided he'll leave the bike with someone there and we can pick it up when we take a road trip to his mission. It's a nice bike! It's the first bike we'll actually get after a mission. BJ had one stolen and one demolished in a bad accident. Peter's was too beat up at the end to ship home. This one was FREE and a GOOD one! I want it!!) believe I won't have to ship anything else. I will see if a small package needs to be sent. We will see! I love you so much and I will
see you soon. (EIGHT DAYS!!!)

Love,

Elder Andrew Campbell

(A remote chat with the zone leaders and an article about a mission preparing you for dating and marriage! YIKES!!)



Monday, October 31, 2016

TWIX!!!

(Two more emails....WOOT! WOOT!)

Mother and Father,

   This week was eventful and non-eventful simultaneously. I got bronchitis! So, I spent most of the week coughing very hard. I am taking antibiotics and steroids right now. (And he said in a later email that he was feeling much better. YAY!) Also, Elder Christianson went to the ER. He's all better now. (He told me it was a really bad stomach flu and then he had a reaction to a Chinese flu....I think he meant, Chinese FOOD!) Made me giggle!) So, this was a very medical-centric week. (Not my favorite thing to hear!)
   Elder Campbell REALLY liked the Twix. I have a picture of him looking intensely for more Twix after he ate them all. (I found ghost-shaped Twix on Amazon, so I sent him those.) Our ward had a trunk or treat and we did a trunk. A sister in the ward donated cheese balls for us to hand out and we threw a bunch of pass-along cards on them for decorations.
   We are having a district p-day today, and we are going up Scottsbluff. We are going to have some fun outdoor adventures... We just got back. It was a lot of fun. It turns out the wagon ruts are really big! Like mini canyons. I thought there were going to be marks in the rocks, but they were a lot bigger. (I will attach a few he sent.)
   We had some awesome spiritual experiences this week. Our three girls are progressing really well, and we have had several less-active's progress. The spirit has been upon us in incredible abundance and we love it. Sister Nash, an investigator we taught when we were in the Scottsbluff Ward got baptized this weekend. She didn't want a baptism picture, but we got a picture before the confirmation. (Glad things are going well for the end of his mission and that he continues to work hard.)
  I have got to go. We have to be in early for Halloween. If anyone wants to talk to me in person...that time is coming shortly. (I know....15 days!!!)

Love,

Elder Andrew Campbell

(I'll attach the "looking for Twix" picture and some of the Scottsbluff pictures with the gigantic wagon ruts!)






Monday, October 24, 2016

Finally A Chimney Rock Picture!!!

(Only three more emails!!)

Mother and Father,

   I once again am at a loss as to what to write to you about this week. We had stake conference this week. They actually hold two meetings; one in Cheyenne and one in Scottsbluff. It is harder having the two population centers of your stake separated by 100 miles. I really love the stake leadership. Stake President Thaddeus Brown is incredible. (I like his name!)  I would like to be like him one day. He is fully confident without being overbearing, he loves and leads with clarity, and he has incredible hair. (HA!)
   We also did some proselyting in Bayard, a small town in our area. Elder Campbell has endearingly named it Sketchtown, USA. I seriously get such a weary feeling when I am in there. It feels like a dream. The town seriously needs the gospel. On the bright side, Chimney Rock is located nearby, so we got some pictures! I will send one your way! (And I will attach it.) We also found some dogs that followed us. It is always a pleasure to have a friend when you're out knocking doors. (Guess there aren't as many cats in Nebraska.)
   Last week our mission had an emphasis on studying Preach My Gospel Chapter 1. My favorite quote from it is this statement, "Enjoying the gifts of the Spirit should be one of your most earnest desires." The gifts from our Heavenly Father are so great! Why aren't we seeking them constantly?
   Also, I had an exchange with Elder Gardiner serving in Alliance. We went up to make a contact in the Wildcat Hills near Gering. We got an excellent picture. (I will attach it also.) I am grateful for the chance to serve with Elder Gardiner and the progress he has made in our time here.
    Elder Campbell and I have been studying the Safeguards for Using Technology manual. I have appreciated it because he has been making me make plans for how I will use them upon my return home. I have seen that they are about so much more than staying away from wasteful activities on a computer, it is about making every act a deliberate, useful act in your life. I am excited for how I can apply them. I am getting really weird. (Getting weird? Hmmm, I might beg to differ!) I have committed to perform nightly planning sessions to make my days more effective. I can't believe myself, but I am excited for what I have learned and what I can apply. I hope you have an excellent week.

Love,

Elder  Andrew Campbell

(Finally a Chimney Rock picture. His dad is so happy! He looks like he's wearing a hat! His dog pictures. The "excellent picture" in the Wildcat Hills. Random other pictures!!)





Monday, October 17, 2016

The "INCREDIBLES!"

(Only four more emails....I think I'M the one getting trunky!!)

Mother and Father,

   The Lord has been working a great work upon me this week. I have been blessed with a great gift of faith. The greatest gifts come from God, and I have been blessed with great peace of mind. It has come with a greater desire to repent and give my all to the Lord. I love my Savior Jesus Christ so much for what he has done for me.
   (INCREDIBLE or some variation seems to be the word of the day!) We did have the temple dedication and it was incredible. There was a great outpouring of the spirit. I pray that this area will be blessed with great spiritual power because of this temple. Afterward, we met up with the Scottsbluff elders in the parking lot and discussed what the spirit taught us during the dedication. It was great to feel so unified with them. I especially appreciated that the dedicatory prayer included stating that we were rededicating ourselves to the Lord.
   I did use the handkerchief you sent me. All the missionaries got free ones, but mine was extra special. (You use a white handkerchief as part of the dedication ceremony. For his birthday I sent one with the Fort Collins Temple embroidered on it along with Elder Andrew Campbell and the date of the dedication.) We also got recommends signed by President McMurray. And, we got to choose our session. We went to the noon one!
    Cheyenne is about 100 miles away, so going there is always a journey. The exchanges were great. I went with Elder Bush, my new zone leader, and a stellar fellow. (Wow, that's a great thing to be...a stellar fellow!) We got to work in the Prarie View Ward, the extra ward that the zone leaders picked up in addition to their current ward. It was incredible! Just in the day I spent there, we got several referrals and incredible member support. We even had a member present a lesson that was planned an hour in advance (I don't recommend doing it normally) that went fantastically.
   Then, we had zone meeting and interviews. During zone meeting I got to near my departing testimony. I am so grateful for the testimony I have developed on my mission. It didn't come the way I thought it would, but it came from Jesus Christ. Then, I had my departing interview. President McMurray gave me some basic advice. He told me to always pray, read my scriptures every day, always go to church, always do my home teaching and magnify my calling, and when I get to BYU to attend the temple weekly.
   The MyPlan system has been going for a few transfers now. I really like it. I do need to go soon, so I will marathon answer your questions. I did get the postcard and appreciated it. I would gladly clean Grandma's gutters, but I wouldn't be comfortable doing it alone. I just lack the confidence in my skills. I am going to work on getting a picture of Chimney Rock for Dad. I appreciate his letter and will work until the end. I love you all so much.

Love again,

Elder Andrew Campbell

(I think the pictures are of his zone and more Papa Murphy pizza!!!)



Monday, October 10, 2016

Mormon Trail Memorial

Mother and Father,

   The past 25 hours or so have been the most productive for missionary work here in the Chimney Rock Ward of all time! It all started when my friend Terrence walked into church because he had heard good things about it and wanted to find out. Brother Baird talked to him when he walked in and took him to Gospel Principles. We had the chance to teach him the first lesson there and he agreed to read and pray over the Book of Mormon. We should be meeting with him tomorrow(Awesome sauce!)
  Simultaneously,  we just helped a family in the ward move into their new apartment and we just got invited back to teach their unbaptized children. That will also take place tomorrow. Two investigator teaching appointments in one day is better than we have ever done here. (They are being blessed for being so good.)
   This week I also began the MyPlan program! It's requiring introspection beyond what I have ever done before. This week I had to write about the truths and the attributes the Lord has taught me. Here's some of what I recorded: "Heavenly Father is the giver of the most precious of gifts. All we have to do to receive them is ask. In fact, he will give whatsoever we ask for in the name of Jesus Christ." And "A faith and hope in the gospel of Jesus Christ. I have gained a firm gratitude for the atonement and the great gift and what man is capable of because of it. I love Christ for what he has done for me and it moves me to action." (Pretty wise words from someone so young. I am grateful he was able to serve a mission and become such a strong young adult. 
   This week I get to go to Cheyenne for exchanges. We will be going on Wednesday night. Exchange for Thursday. Go to Zone Meeting in Cheyenne on Friday as well as receive my departing interview, and get back on Friday night. Also, we were doing some proselyting in Bayard, a town in our area that is right by the Chimney Rock. We found a Mormon Trail memorial! I am going to attach some pictures! 

   I need to go but you are the best!

Love,

Elder Andrew Campbell

(Attached are pictures of him and Elder Campbell making soup and them by the Mormon Pioneer Trail Memorial markers.)





Monday, October 3, 2016

Only Six Weeks More.....!!!!

(It's his LAST transfer!! He is still training Elder Campbell but Elder Christianson has moved on to another trainer. They have been a good tripanionship!!!)

Mother and Father,

   It is indeed transfer week. Elder Christianson's new trainer is Elder Gould. I honestly know nothing about him. That means it is back to just the Chimney RockWward for Elder Campbell and I. We did enjoy Brother McMillon's baptism on Saturday. President McMurray gave us permission to confirm him at the baptismal service, so that took care of that. (Bro. McMillon gave Andrew suspenders as a baptismal gift. I'll attach a picture.)
   When it comes to social conversion/gospel conversion, I see both sides of the argument. My opinion is that conversion to the gospel is the only form of conversion that really matters, but it is not always realistic to expect that conversion to take place without some form of social conversion. This is more than just a cultural coincidence. Moroni Chapter 6 instructs us on this, as well as Matthew 18:20. The ward council should be in charge of the fellowship of this new coming family, but as I have learned well on my mission, relying on a ward council to do anything is an exercise in futility. (Please don't have your feelings hurt if you are presently on a ward council. This is just Elder Campbell sharing his true colors!!)
   This being the fourth General Conference of my mission, it was the first one with an emphasis on missionary work! The last three conferences had great messages, but hardly a mention of missionary work was made. This one had two big talks about sharing the gospel, and references to missionaries and missionary work throughout. We view it as the ammunition needed to move forward with working with members. I also very much appreciated Elder Meurs talk on the Sacrament. It
gave me a lot to think about as to how I will approach partaking of the sacrament after my mission. I especially like the suggestion that we use Saturday to prepare to take the sacrament. I need to repent and better utilize this gift from Heavenly Father. I am excited to be reading the talks soon, because trying to take it all in in one go is difficult at best. I did like the emphasis on repentance. Before my
mission I didn't feel the need to repent because I thought I was walking perfection. My mission has transformed my view of the nature of repentance. Once I faced a couple trials I realized that my state is weak at best. Repentance is one of the greatest gifts we have received. It is the only exercise of our agency that really matters. (What a great life lesson to learn.)
   So, about the going home preparations. The mission office recommends that you take time to back-up your I-pad before you go home. I will probably move everything to Dropbox soon. I also begin the MyPlan program this week. I have to work on making plans on continuing discipleship, schooling, careers, and dating/marriage (😱😱😱😱). As difficult as being a missionary is. Real adulthood seems scarier.(Oh, it is, my son, it is!!) Pray for me to have the spirit with me as I make these plans.

Love,

Elder Andrew Campbell

(Attached are the following pictures: Andrew's baptism suspenders from his new convert, he and his companions in an empty Chinese restaurant--he commented about their lack of coordinating their faces---and looks like a Papa Murphy pizza. Oh, yeah!!)






Monday, September 26, 2016

He's Coming Home!!!! Nope....He's Not!!

Mother and Father,

   I am sorry for the false excitement there. I believe the ticket ordering is an automated system and they accidentally entered me in too early.(Words do not describe the emotional rollercoaster ride I went on. I received an email from Church Travel that had his entire itinerary coming home on OCTOBER 4th!! I always thought he was coming home in November, so I sent an email to the mission office to confirm this change. They wrote back the next day saying SORRY! Are you kidding??!! My poor heart!!) 
   This week, as I told you earlier, we said goodbye to Elder M. He will be so missed. Elder Christianson has been a great addition to our companionship. Taking over his ward, the Scottsbluff Ward,  has been a fun addition to our work as well. This week, as we went to teach their investigator Jim. He told us he has decided to be baptized. I just want to comment that Jim is an incredible man and I loved being in his home. He is also hilarious. He has a joke for every situation. We set a baptism date for October 14th. He texted later that night asking if it could be sooner. Jim has been faithfully attending church and keeping commitments, so he will now be baptized this Saturday between sessions of General Conference. I am so happy for him. He is such a good man and I am grateful he is making this
decision.
   We also taught their investigator named Carol in the Bishop's home. She has previously had serious disagreements with the doctrines, but she has had a significant change of heart, and she too desires to be baptized. That date we set for October 22nd. Yesterday we fasted for her to get Sunday's off so she can attend church with us.
   This week I have been madly training Elder Campbell and Elder Christianson. We delved into the Plan of Salvation pretty hard, and watched way too much of the District. We have been getting down good ways to plainly explain the Atonement, the Spirit World, and the Kingdoms of Glory. I am so proud of their progress! The Chimney Rock Ward is still struggling with missionary work but there is some cool
progress going on. My health which had been steadily progressing took a nosedive this week. (NO!!!!) It's really quite distressing and has made it hard to stay on top of things. Please pray for my wellbeing and ability to progress this work as it has been given me. (Everyone, please pray for him. He only has 7 weeks left!!)

Love,

Elder Andrew Campbell


Monday, September 19, 2016

We Feed the Animals, Including the Tigers!!

Mother and Father,

   This week I am too sad. Elder M in my district is going home.So, I am going to finish first transfer training Elder Christianson along with Elder Campbell. It has been a wild one. I spent quite some time working with Elder M and counseling him in some problems. It has been a stressful one. I spent most of Saturday with him in the ER. We are spending preparation day with him. Sorry, I won't have much time to email. (That's okay, I'm glad he was able to help!)
  (Last week he said he was helping the zoo with their accreditation. I wondered what he did.) What we have done for the zoo is feed the animals, including the tigers, (WHAT??!!) and move gravel and mulch around. Our ward's missionary work is improving! We have got referrals coming in and miracles taking place. I also gave the musical number at zone meeting this week. I'm going to send some pictures. The zone leaders came to be with Elder M, so they are the additional missionaries in the pictures!

Love,

Elder Andrew Campbell




Monday, September 12, 2016

Elder C. Scott Grow of the Seventy



Mother and Father,

   Last week was a wild one. For the beginning, there are malevolent forces that are trying to get the zoo shut down, so we came in and helped them get ready for the accreditation analysis this week. (I hope they pass!) Then, Elder C. Scott Grow of the Seventy came to do a mission tour on Friday. I have had a lot of meetings with general authorities before, but this one was quite near earth-breaking. (Wow, earth-breaking...not sure what that even means!!)
   The meeting began with Elder Grow having four missionaries come up and give five-minute talks that we had been instructed to prepare. Elder Campbell was the last one and he did an excellent job. (I wish he'd told us what he spoke about.) Elder Grow commented on how great of a missionary he was going to be. Then we had an excellent lunch. (What did they eat? Hmmm....the things I wish he'd tell us.) After lunch, the great rebuking came. It was not a rebuking of "you are all bad missionaries and need to shape up", it was more of "you're all pretty good missionaries but you are doing this completely wrong." What he explained to us, in a nutshell, was that most missionaries focus first on finding new investigators and trying to teach them, and preparing them for baptism when they are ready. He said this is contrary to the instructions we receive in Preach My Gospel that state, "Prayerfully set goals that are in harmony with the Savior’s command to “teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost” (Matthew 28:19)." The first key indicator we report on is baptism, and it is the least reported key indicator. When we plan with only a week in mind, we are setting ourselves up to not teach repentance unto baptism. He presented an alternate plan.
    What we were instructed to do is begin a planning session by prayerfully setting goals for how many people will be baptized in a month. The next week you plan for the week after that, etc. He then shared with us the mission averages for key indicators. One in three investigators with a baptismal date gets baptized and one in five investigators who attend sacrament meeting get baptized. He said following mission statistics, we have the capability of predicting our key indicators based on our baptismal goal. So, if you have a goal of four baptisms and you are an average missionary, it is going to take 12 baptismal dates and 20 investigators at sacrament meeting. So, if the Lord has revealed to us how many baptisms are going to take place in our area, we can know, on average, how much work that will take.
   Elder Campbell and I put this into practice the next day and it is frightening. (HA! This boy makes me laugh so much!) We received the goal of 8 baptisms on October 8th. I will show you our key indicator goals for his week, based on that. I will attach it as a picture. Show it to your missionaries and ask how insane we are.
   Finally, Elder Grow interviewed six missionaries at the end of the meeting. I was chosen as one of those. At the end, he told me that he had had an interview with my soul as a general authority. He asked me to write this message to my parents, "You have a great son who loves the Lord. I know that because I stared into his soul and know. You should be proud to have him as a son." (We are extremely proud of our son!!)
   Okay, question answering time. We do get tornados here. We can go to the church basement if one appears. (So how far away is the church? Just wondering!!)  I did read the article about wrestling! I had no idea it was about Colin. He is a hero to me. (In one of our church magazines called The New ra (it's for youth), there's an article about Colin Anderson and his experience as a wrestler and a team captain. It's a great article and Colin is a great young man. He's serving on a mission right now!) The Hamiltons are out of town for a week or so. (Nooooo! They are supposed to help me figure out how to pay for the iPad Andrew is using so he can keep it and use it at college.) We do not have a washer or dryer. We go to our old place and do it. (Last week he sent pictures of the yummy steak nachos he had on his birthday. I wondered how much they cost since a missionary's budget is pretty limited.) The owner of the restaurant actually gave us the nachos and cheesecake on the house. I just got the email asking which airport I want to fly home to. Is Sacramento what we want? (Yes! When did it say you were flying home??? I want that email??) You are all the best. I will work on pictures!

Love,

Elder Andrew Campbell

(I'll attach a picture of his goals. A pretty sunset picture. And a picture of him playing disc golf. I will not attach pictures of people I don't know who are playing disc golf. I might attach the video he sent just because it's so silly and I love hearing his laughter in the background.)










video





Monday, September 5, 2016

Moved to Gering, NE!!

Mother and Father,

   Hmmm, what happened this week that you would like to hear about. On Tuesday we had trainer's meeting. We got together and talked about new ways for us to make our trainees more uncomfortable. Going tracting and being completely silent and making them do all the talking is currently winning out. (Poor guys!!) On the way back we picked up my zone leader, Elder Coleman, in Cheyenne. We did an exchange! We had a grand old time together. He loved doing service at the zoo! (I want to know what they do for service at the zoo?!)
   (I indexed marriage records from Bridgeport and Bayard, NE this week. I wondered if they were near him.) Bridgeport and Bayard are both in my proselyting area. I have not yet been out to see them but I hear they are nice. 
   For my birthday...we went tracting!  (His birthday was Saturday, the 3rd.) Tracting has really been the name of the game out here. Our area book is quite empty and referrals aren't coming. We have a car to get to places. It's a Subaru Legacy.(Nice!) 
   We also went to this place called the Steel Grill for my birthday. It is known as the best restaurant in town. We had steak nachos which were excellent. (I'll attach a picture.) Then for dinner we went to Subway because someone gave us a gift card. Something really great about this ward is that there is a culture of the old women in the ward giving the missionaries gift cards. (Hmmm...I sent him a Subway gift card for his birthday. I guess that doesn't count!)
    This whole transfer is dedicated to finding. Our district set the goal of 100 new investigators this transfer. We met this awesome guy who I am sure is going to get baptized. Once we told him about the Book of Mormon he wanted to know if he could come to a church that taught from it.
   I have a lot of pictures to send and I will send an email about school.

Love,

   Elder Andrew Campbell

(He didn't send any explanations of the pictures, so I am guessing on some of them.)

1. Moving day? He said he was moving to a new apartment. I think it is in Gering. He should LOVE this apartment because the furniture in the truck he is sitting on is EXACTLY our couch we have here at home. What a hoot!!

2. Elder Campbell and a cat.

3. Elder Campbell and another cat.

4. Elder Campbell and the steak nachos he mentioned.

5. Elder Campbell with the CD he got for his birthday. Sis. Dorothy Thompson recommended it...looks like he loves it!










Monday, August 29, 2016

Elder Campbell and Elder Campbell in Scottsbluff, NE!

Mother and Father,

   (A friend wanted to send him a birthday card since his birthday is Saturday...luckily he did send me a temporary address!!)  I do wish I could tell you my new mailing address, but we are getting a new apartment this week, but I do not know its address. I will try to work something out to tell you.
   Now, it is time for the big news. My new companion is named....Elder Campbell! (That did make me LOL!!) Yes, it is not a joke. He is from Las Vegas. His full name is Konrad Joseph Campbell. (Our missionary is Andrew Joseph Campbell...so they have a lot in common!) He comes from a part-member family and he was the only active member of his family for most of his life. He said his favorite candy bar is Twix and his favorite snack is Goldfish. He is into engineering and golf. I asked if he liked disc golf and he said it is all right, but it's just not golf. He is so green; it is awesome. I have been feeling a bit of that fire as well. Being with him is quite enjoyable. (I am so glad to hear this since they will be together for 12 weeks!!)
   Everyone told me that Nebraska was going to be flat as all get out. That, however, is just not true. We have a bunch of bluffs to the south and the Wildcat Hills, which are essentially a pine forest. It is honestly more pleasant scenery than Laramie. It is honestly kind of hot. It has been pushing ninety. The whole area reminds me of Lodi. It is more humid than the rest of the mission and it is very green and full of agriculture...with a sub-urban cityscape similar to Lodi. There is a giant regional hospital here that is the main employer and there is a sugar company undergoing major expansion. There is also a ton of corn farms. (Sounds pretty.)
  So, my district consists of Elder Midgley and Elder Christianson who serve in the Scottsbluff Ward. Elder Midgley is from Leeds, England, and Elder Christianson is from Pasa Robles, California. Elder Gardiner and Elder Borges serve in the Alliance Branch. Elder Gardiner is from Alberta, near Cardston, and Elder Borges is from somewhere in Brazil. The Sister missionaries serving in Sidney said where they are from but I do not remember. I think Sister Kaupert is from San Jose. Then, serving in Torrington, Wyoming, are the Winders. They are a senior couple
from Blackfoot, Idaho.
   We live with the Scottsbluff elders in their apartment while we wait for our apartment to close. They are a lot of fun to live with. I like it a lot! There is a Wal-mart just two blocks away and we have a washer and dryer in our apartment (Nice!). My ward actually covers the city of Gering and Terrytown and a whole bunch of outlying areas. We actually have two additional counties, Banner County and Morrill County. (That's a lot of area!)
    Our ward is a bit on the smaller side. We are working on doing what we can to strengthen it. I honestly have no idea what the size of the nursery is. (Hey, I was just wondering!)  We have a golden investigator named A. We have been doing a lot of tracting because we need new investigators and referrals are not coming and we have an empty area book. Our zone has a goal of finding 300 new investigators and I have been trying to inspire the district to find as hard as they can. (That's a mighty lofty goal!) Also, there is a zoo here and we do service there. (That sounds very fun!)  I need to go but I love you all.

Love,

Elder Andrew Campbell

(He sent two cat pictures. One is of a BIG cat and the other is of a normal-sized cat.) 

(The new missionaries with Elder Midgley's flag. Elder Campbell on the left.)