Cambodia Town

Cambodia Town

Friday, January 31, 2014

War Wound

I am totally fine, don't worry! I got a few stitches on my chin, and my hand has some road rash, but it's not bad! Everyone took care of me just fine, I'm going to see the dentist in a few days. Honestly though, I'm okay! The nurse is super nice, and she's been checking up on me. 
We're going to the Newport temple on the 8th, so that's exciting! I still don't think I'm going to see the new video though.
Great news this week, Elder Clawson and I found a family! Jessica, and her 3 kids, all are going to get baptized on February 9th! That's awesome because that was my new years resolution, and we're already accomplishing it! We are teaching them all a lot, and they love it. The senior couple in our ward, the Butlers, are helping to teach them as well. We also have a few other people, doing really well, and coming to church a lot, so we are excited for that. Transfers are on the 16th, and either me or Elder Clawson are going to get transfered out. Neither of us want to leave! Luckily all of the areas in the park ward are doing really well right now.

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Elder Liddell has suffered a bike accident. He is out of the ER and is recovering after receiving stitches. The nurse said he will visit a dentist next week to look at a chipped tooth and bruised jaw. We would appreciate your good thoughts and prayers. We have no further information, but it sounds like he'll have a good story to tell.

Monday, January 20, 2014


New Years Eve!

Happy 2014 Everyone!

This was a great week this week compared to last week! We had been pretty disappointed and things weren't going right for us at all. Then a ton of our investigators came to church, and we were able to set up appointments and had some really good lessons. We are really hoping there are going to be baptisms soon.  Transfers were given at the end of December, but no one is moving in the Cambodian ward, except for the first time ever one of the Cambodian Elders is an assistant to the President. The timing just happened to work out and he is going to be out of our ward for a few more months!  Thank you for everyone's letters, gifts, and most of all your encouraging words and support.  I have not had much time to write.  I've lost a few envelopes with return addresses, so I'm hunting a few of those down to write many of you back.  I really, really, really love getting letters. We are biking all of the time, because California forgot it was winter.  Don't get me wrong, the weather here is the best....  Grateful for all of you!  Love, Elder Liddell