Monday, August 15, 2016

Working Winneba

Yesterday, we were able to attend the Homecoming address from Elder Tyler Kaelin.  He was Sean's 2nd companion in the field and has become a very good friend to Sean.  It was wonderful to hear the testimony of this great young man and have him give us a report on how our boy is doing.  We appreciate the guidance and friendship he gave Sean so far from home!
With Tyler Kaelin after his homecoming
Hey Mom! 
Man, its so good to see you guys met Elder Kaelin! He has become one of my very good friends. Everyone is looking really good!

So the work right now is kind of slow. We learned this week that Winneba (which was once part of Cape Coast Mission) was kind of the area where they sent missionaries to die, basically. So a lot of people here don't take missionaries that seriously, especially the members. We will keep on trying though. We are working everyday to try and teach as much as possible.  We are planning a big service project, so we have that coming up.
Elder Bednar came to the mission for a YSA devotional. We were not able to go, but he said that the gospel is rolling forth here in West Africa.  It was very nice to hear that our work isn't going unnoticed.
Well Mom not much else to say about this week.  Continue to pray for us.
I love you Guys soo very much!

Love Elder Seanshine Keddington

So, Sean sent this pic last week and wondered why I didn't include it.  He says this is pretty much how Ghana is.  Every corner of every house.  I hope this wasn't in his, because he and I will have to have a little talk about the egg shells and trash.  I get the bugs, but not the trash.  Boys!


1 comment:

  1. I just love watching this young man grow and develop. We are so proud of you Sean.