Towards the end of her stay in the MTC, it seemed like she was getting the hang of missionary work. It's all about studying and role playing, to help prepare for the missionary work, but she was liking it. She even was able to teach someone who was interested in learning about the church.
She loved the missionaries she was together with, they were loads of fun... and grew to love her companion way more as time went by. Working as a team is the main goal and ironing out the glitches makes it a better companionship and experience.
The Mission President and his wife, President and Sister Allred, sent us an email to inform us of Sister Broyles safe arrival and sent some images of her with too. Some orientation, interviews, training and getting to know one another took place. President Allred said, " It is our goal to help each missionary reach her full potential and “Go Forward With Zeal” in accomplishing the Lord’s work..
She spent the night in the mission home, had the first meal with the President and his wife. Then the next day she was sent to her first assigned area... Hyrum! Couldn't be more stoked...
Her Preparation Day - P Day's - are on Mondays in the Logan Utah Mission, but because she was transferred from the MTC to Logan, on last Monday, she didn't have a chance to email me...but hearing from the President of her arrival and well being makes me happy too.... and I really appreciate the thoughtfulness of sending an email with images!
Arriving into Logan. June 20, 2016.
The Mission President, his wife, the assistance,
and fellow missionary colleges in front
of the Logan Temple. June 20, 2016.
Seems so strange, as we were just there a few weeks ago!
President and Sister Allred with Sister Broyles.
June 20, 2016.
Check out her name tag!
(not to mention the hair!!)
It's great to see her blossom.
June 20, 2016.
A member sent this to me via TXTing.
Sister Broyles first day in the field, with
her trainer, Sister Harmon, out doing their work!
June 21, 2016.