Called To Serve

Called To Serve
I am so excited for this opportunity to serve the people in Ghana for the next 2 years! Hope you enjoy all the letters and pictures!

Monday, March 28, 2016

What Will You Leave?

1 Nephi 2: 3-4

And it came to pass that he was obedient unto the word of the Lord, wherefore he did as the Lord commanded him.
And it came to pass that he departed into the wilderness. And he left his house, and the land of his inheritance, and his gold, and his silver, and his precious things, and took nothing with him, save it were his family, and provisions, and tents, and departed into the wilderness.

Mi Abusia! Etisen?
Family and Friends, I first want to say that I am incredibly grateful for this time I have to serve the Lord as I serve His children here in Ghana. Each day I learn new things that I know will help me the rest of my life and each week I am being changed to become a better servant of my Heavenly Father. It is difficult. It is supposed to be, because it is in the hard times when we truly come to rely upon our Savior; our Friend; our Exemplar.

What a wow week. The Lord answered my prayer this week. As I was reflecting on the Easter week that was coming up, I desired to be a "savior" to someone this week. I knelt and prayed and in my prayer I used the words "lift someone’s burden." As a missionary you truly come to love the people who you serve. You go and see them each week and you see how they are suffering and the struggles that they must pass through and your heart breaks. And the hardest part is that there is nothing you can do except lift their Spirit. But this week I wanted to lift someone's burden in some way. The first person who I was able to lift was Sister Sarah. We went to see her one morning and when we came to the house her daughter met us and said that she was inside working on her work; she is a seamstress. We had never met her inside because her shed is small but she invited us in. The house is about the size of two twin mattresses laid side by side. I can say that because half of the house was taken up by a twin mattress that the family shared, and the other side was filled with a few dishes and her sewing materials. Her son was inside and I said, "Kofi, what do you want to be when you grow up?" He immediately responded, "I want to be a police officer." A police officer is a difficult job to get because it is all about who you know in Ghana. I looked at Sarah to see her reaction. I was touched by the way she was looking at her son with so much love. She would never tell him that it would be almost impossible for him to do that. She just looked at him and said, "You can be anything you put your mind to." She is full of Faith. There is just so much that I wish I could do for her and her 3 children but I am only an 18 year old boy and I don't have much to offer in worldly things. But I do have much to give spiritually. And that day we were able to lift her spiritually. She said that recently she just hasn't felt that God has been with her. I have experienced this many times and I shared with her my favorite verse; Isaiah 41: 10. I bore my testimony that our Savior is always with us. He will never leave our side and He will always be there to hold us up when we are weary. He is our Brother, and our Friend, and His love for us is eternal and when we follow Him, we will feel of His love.

The next experience Elder Ferrell and I had, was when we physically lifted someone's burden. We went to visit one of our investigators who live with a member. When we got there we found the member outside hauling buckets of dirt on her head to fill in a low spot in front of her neighbor’s house. We quickly went to her and asked to help. She argued we were in white shirts and we would get dirty but I can hand wash very well so I don't even worry about that. Then she said that we weren't strong enough. We silenced that one when I grabbed a washing bucket full of dirt that usually takes 2 people to lift and lifted it to my head. She then agreed that it would be good for us to help. I can thank my mother and father for teaching me how to work like that. We hauled dirt for about an hour for our member, Sister Hannah, and her landlord, Brother Thomas. Brother Thomas was not a member and by the end of the work he agreed to sit down and have a lesson with us. We shared our testimonies that the same Gospel that Jesus Christ taught when he was on the Earth has been Restored again in these days through a Prophe  that has been called of God. My prayer was answered as we physically and spiritually lifted others this week.

Finally, this Sunday was the first ever Ward Conference for Agbogba Ward. Elder Ferrell and I had been practicing all month in the Ward Choir to prepare and Sunday was our day to sing. We were to meet at the Chapel an hour early to practice so we left our apartment at 7:45 on bikes. There was one small problem. It started raining at 7:30 so when we started riding on the road the dirt and water was flying everywhere. Including onto our white shirts. When we got to the chapel the back of my shirt was black. We got there and the whole choir was just looking at us in shock. Our director took us upstairs and gave us some new shirts that they use for baptisms and so Elder Ferrell and I spent the next hour washing our shirts in the bathroom. I was just amazed at how kind the members were. They got us new shirts, soap and water, and they were even looking for an iron in the neighboring houses so we could iron them. They are so kind here. Well the meeting started and we sang pretty good. Many great memories that I will never forget.

This week I learned a lot from the example of a prophet in the Book of Mormon named Lehi. He was completely obedient unto the Lord. He was called by the Lord to leave Jerusalem and go to a promised land, so he left everything he knew; his home, land, gold, silver and precious things. I was so touched by this and I was also thinking, what did I leave? But then I realized that it is not, what did I leave when I came on my mission, but it is "What Will I Leave?" Because I have chosen to follow my Savior Jesus Christ I know that I will be asked to leave a lot for Him. I left a lot coming on a mission, my family, home, school, friends and loved ones, but I realized that this is only the beginning of a dedicated life to Christ. I will have to leave much more in my coming years but I know that it will be for my benefit. And even if things get difficult I can look to my Savior as an example. He left everything and gave everything for me and for you. Each of us will be asked to leave things and to even leave the world and follow Christ. Will we leave for a better life or will we hold on to that of the world? For me, I have chosen to follow my Savior and now I must ask myself, what will I leave? If you have chosen the same, you need to ask what will I leave for Him? 

I love you all.


Mi Kwaba,
Elder Bergeson 

Kofi, Sarah's Son

The District. The African went home though

Muddin' on the way to Church from the bikes

Our new long sleeved shirts at church

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Diligent In Our Journey

Moroni 9: 6

And now, my beloved son, notwithstanding their hardness, let us labor diligently; for if we should cease to labor, we should be brought under condemnation; for we have a labor to perform whilst in this tabernacle of clay, that we may conquer the enemy of all righteousness, and rest our souls in the kingdom of God.

Family and Friends,
Na mi yequia ni. (I was a farmer.) Elder Ferrell and I are doing our best to learn Twi so I now say this when I am introducing myself! When I tell people here that I am 18 years old they think I am lying. Then I tell them that I was a farmer and they really don't believe me. Luckily I still have some calluses from using the shovel so I just show them my hands and they are amazed that a white man knows how to work. I've been very grateful that my parents taught me how to work hard because missionary work is not easy at all. Missionary work will never stop until every child of God has heard our message. It is a daunting task. But each day we wake up and do our best to do the work of the Lord.

On Monday last week the Ghana Accra Mission and the Ghana Accra West Mission had the opportunity of hearing from one of the 12 Apostles of Jesus Christ in these latter-days. Elder Rasband from the Quorum of the 12 Apostles visited us and we were able to sit at his feet and learn through him what the Lord wanted us to know. I'll never forget the wonderful experience. We arrived early and we were sitting in our seats 30 minutes before he arrived. When Elder Rasband walked through the door we all stood. It was a special moment seeing a very humble servant of the Lord making his way to the front of the room. Honestly I was amazed at how normal he was. He is a little shorter than me, he likes smiling and I could tell that he was even a little nervous. Elder Rasband was a very normal man but I know that he has been called of God to do things that are miraculous. He is normal but he is also a special witness and friend with our Savior Jesus Christ. At the beginning we were able to shake his hand and after he told us that he had just shaken the prophets hand the Thursdaybefore. I didn't want to wash my hand. Then before he spoke he called on two missionaries to share their testimonies, and one of them was MY COMPANION! Elder Ferrell heard his name and he just looked at me and said, "Me?" I was laughing and he walked up and then they asked me to come up with him so that after he shared his testimony we could just stay on the stand with Elder Rasband. I was sitting right behind an Apostle of the Lord for 2 hours. And again I marveled at how normal he was. He was sweating! I don't know why this surprised me but I was happy to know that he was a lot like me. We have both been called by got to serve Him here on Earth. We have both been given power to help people as they journey back to their Father in Heaven. In many ways we are alike. I was very impressed with his testimony that he shared at the end. He closed by saying, "The Prophet and Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are not strangers to the voice of the Lord." He spoke, doubting nothing. After being with Elder Rasband it gave me a lot of motivation to come closer to my Savior. I desire Him to know me and trust me, so that when He reaches out to me He will know that I am worthy and willing to do His will. Elder Rasband is a very ordinary man, but with God he is extraordinary.

We had quite an exciting week! In our apartment we had 4 Elders that serve in two different areas. One Elder in our apartment went home because he was very sick and needed more help than the mission could provide. And because of the short number of missionaries in our mission, the missionary that stayed was not able to get a new companion. For the past week Elder Ferrell, Elder Koronikalou, and I have been working together as a companionship in two different areas. And our areas are huge! It is about a 30 minute bike ride to the beginning of Elder Koronikalou's area and our area is just as far. We have been riding bikes. A lot! But on the plus side, my legs have never been stronger! :) The funny experience that we had this week was in Haatso, Elder Koronikalou's area. It was a little after 7:00 and we were walking in the area towards the last lesson we were to have that night. We noticed some lightning on the horizon but it looked pretty far so we weren't worried about it. We had our lesson which ended after 8:00 and then we went to Elder Koro's Branch President's house to pick up two bikes that he had left there. We came to his house and visited for a short time when it started pouring. Lightning, thunder and rain. The compound we were in was quickly filled with water up to our ankles. But we were safe inside, trying to wait out the storm. It was around 9:15 and the rain wasn't letting up so we started looking at options. We were going to walk the bikes back to the apartment but because of the rain we didn't want to be out there for that long, but we needed the bikes the next day. We decided that Elder Koro and I would ride the bikes back in the rain while Elder Ferrell would take a taxi and drive beside us, carrying our scriptures, phones, socks and shoes. We took off our shoes, grabbed the bikes and were off to find a taxi. We found one and then we took off pedaling barefoot as fast as we could in the pouring rain and the flying mud. I said earlier that Haatso is about a 30 minute ride on bikes and that is because of the many hills. Elder Koro and I had a blast though. I was just praying the whole time that I wouldn't hit a deep pot-hole and face plant on the road. I hit many potholes and power slid over many pools of water but thankfully we were protected and we made it back to the apartment soaked, covered in mud, but safe. And our shoes were dry so I was happy. :) We spent the night washing the mud out of our shirts. 

This week I learned a lot about Diligence. As I said earlier, the missionary work is not easy. And it never was supposed to be. Your days are spent trying to find, and help, those who are prepared, come closer to Christ. You talk to many people and you come to love them as your brothers and sisters. You want them so badly to have the joy that you feel and yet they don't seem to care. You invite them to act on their faith and so many of them keep doing what is easy for them. You face many disappointments and it seems like what you are doing is all for nothing. As missionaries we have these feelings a lot. And I know that many of you have these feelings in your own lives. You work so hard, in school, work, family and activities. You do so much and you work harder than you ever have and it seems like nothing comes from it. The advice I give for each of us comes from a Book of Mormon prophet named Mormon. He says, "notwithstanding their hardness, let us labor diligently." Whatever the hard circumstances that we are facing we I ask that we work diligently. Keep working and keep pushing because if we stop we will never reach the goals that we have for ourselves and the goals our Father in Heaven has for us.  It is in the struggle that we become strong. It is in the hard times that we find that we are not alone and that we must do our part to receive the help our Savior is willing to give us. Whatever you are facing does what you can and stand with faith, knowing that God is with you to help you. Do your part and labor with all diligence and He will make up the rest. I know that we have a loving Heavenly Father. He sent our Savior, Jesus Christ, so that we can live and return to Him again. He has provided us a way and we must be diligent as we work our way back to Him. Our Savior will help each of us, as He has many times, as we are diligent.

I love you all and ask for your prayers for the missionaries working diligently around the world.


Mi Kwaba,
Elder Bergeson

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Work Out Your Own Salvation

Work out your salvation

Mormon 9:27

O then despise not, and wonder not, but hearken unto the words of the Lord, and ask the Father in the name of Jesus for what things soever ye shall stand in need. Doubt not, but be believing, and begin as in times of old, and come unto the Lord with all your heart, and work out your own salvation with fear and trembling before him.

Family and Friends,

Onyame mmre ena eye bre pa. (God's time is the best.) That is a Ghanaian proverb that the people love to say. And really it is true. God know what we stand in need of but more importantly, He knows when we need it. We might feel that the Lord is not listening or He just isn't answering but I can promise He is there and that He love you. Sometimes we have to wait because that is how we will grow. I learned a lot about patience and diligence this week and I can now testify that God's time is the best!

It was my first week in Agbogba with my new companion Elder Ferrell and it was a great week. I'll first tell you about Elder Ferrell. Elder Ferrell is 18 years old and comes from Wyoming. He has been in Ghana for 6 months and is one transfer behind me on mission. He lived in a small town for most of his life and worked on a landscaping crew during the summer and he was the WEEDER! I loved hearing that because I can totally relate. He played basketball all 4 years of highschool and is really into cross-fit. He loves singing and dancing and cooking and eating. Basically what I am trying to get at is that we are brothers. I've been with him for one week and I have learned so much from him and I can't wait to learn more. We are both very young on mission and so we both feel the pressure but it has helped us because we truly rely on the Lord. When we teach we teach with the Spirit and I can wee that we are truly touching lives in our area. Now about the area. Agbogba is a city area near Medina and is full of gated houses. Agbogba is humongous. Just from our apartment, which is at one edge of the area, it is a 45 minute drive to the next boundary. There is only one chapel in the area and so getting people to come to church is very difficult because for them to make it they would have to take 2 tro-tros, which would cost about 10 cedis for each person there and back. That is very expensive for the average Ghanaian. They could probably live off of 10 cedis for a week and for them to spend it on church would be a great act of faith. I just pray that we will meet those people who do have that faith and I know the Lord will guide us to those who are willing to act on their faith.

There is a settlement at the farthest edge called Boi. It is in the bush area and is in the mountains. The people there are very humble and love to hear our message. Elder Ferrell and I went up there one day this week (because it is expensive) and we went only having one appointment. That meant that we had the whole day to find and teach as many people as we could before our appointment. Elder Ferrell and I found 12 friends that day. The most interesting experience was with Grace and Amanda. We were walking past a compound and we looked inside to see a young woman washing with a lot of younger siblings seated around her. We knocked on the gate and introduced ourselves. She said she knew who we were and that she even recognized me. Her name was Amanda and she had been to the Church once with her Auntie in Teshie! She had seen me there and we were able to talk about her Auntie and her cousins that I had known very well. We were talking and then her sister Grace came out of the house. She was very curious and had many questions for us. The one I loved most was that she asked Elder Ferrell and I how we had come to Christ. I told her my conversion story. Many people think that because I was born in the church that I automatically had a testimony that it was Jesus Christ's church on the Earth again. I can tell you that I didn't always know that and that I didn't really know why I needed to go to church and keep the commandments. Honestly I was doing it because my parents were and because my siblings were. It was in my later years when I truly gained the knowledge for myself that my Heavenly Father loves me and that my Savior Jesus Christ lives. I was going through a difficult time in my life and I wasn't happy. I started reading my Book of Mormon seriously and praying more than I had ever done. I did this for some time and I still felt like I didn't know. But I kept reading, I kept praying and I kept going to church. Many months later I was at church preparing to take the Sacrament. I then realized how happy and how peaceful I felt. It was really then when I knew that what my Heavenly Father knew me and that He loved me. I knew that what I had been doing was right and that because of it I had grown closer to my Savior. I knew the Book of Mormon is the word of God and because I knew that, I knew that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is Christ's Church on the Earth again. I didn't hear a voice from heaven. I didn't see a vision. But I knew what I was feeling. It was from God and no one can take that knowledge away from me. I shared this with Grace and she could only say, "Wow. I want to visit you." I know that if we want to know anything from God then all we must do is come closer to Him. He is an unchanging God. He is always the same. We must change ourselves to become like Him and that is when we find true happiness. 

This week I found great comfort from Mormon 9 : 27. I especially love the part that says we must "come unto the Lord with all your heart, and work out your own salvation." This life is about learning and changing our hearts so that we can be like our Savior. But we must remember that this takes work. Many believe that once we accept Christ as our personal Savior that we are saved. How wrong they are. If it was like that then we would never learn and we would never become better. The Gospel of Jesus Christ teaches us that we must endure. That means that we must work, and push, and change ourselves, so that we can reach the destination that our Heavenly Father desires. He knows what we must go through so that we can be the person we need to be. It is going to take work. Salvation is not an easy task. If it were easy then heaven wouldn't be very heavenly, it would be exactly as the world is now. We must work each day to be better. Just remember that your Savior is with you every step of the way. Our Heavenly Father loves us and He would never leave us to travel this alone. He provided us a Savior so that we would be helped on our journey. Turn to Him and you will be strengthened to become who you need to be.

I love you all and ask for your prayers as I adjust in Agbogba. Thank you for all you do and remember to work our your salvation each day. Your Savior is with you.


Mi Kwaba,
Elder Bergeson
Goodbye my son, Elder Bergeson saying farewell to 
Elder Kambwiri after training was complete

Elder Ferrell, Elder Bergeson's new companion
in his new area, Agbogba

Elder Bergeson doing an ab workout with 
Elder Ferrell

Monday, March 7, 2016

Fear Not

Fear Not                                                                                 March 7, 2016

Hymn # 243        Let Us All Press On
 If we do what's right we have no need to fear,
For the Lord, our helper, will ever be near;
In the days of trial his Saints he will cheer,
And prosper the cause of truth.

Fear not, courage, though the enemy deride;
We must be victorious, for the Lord is on our side.
We'll not fear the wicked nor give heed to what they say,
But the Lord, our Heav'nly Father, him alone we will obey.

Family and Friends,
Wo hu re den. (You are strong.) I kept repeating this phrase in my mind throughout the week. "Elder, you are a Bergeson. You are strong. You can do hard things." And boy I needed it. This week was one of the funnest and most challenging weeks I have had. The first day I was in Nungua was our Preparation Day and we were invited to the beach to play Rugby with the other Elders here. One of them is Elder Fesolai and he is a Tongan from Australia and he knows how to play Rugby very very well. And I ended up on the opposite team as him, and I kept repeating that phrase again! It was so much fun. Elder Mickelson and I had a blast this week in our area. Nungua 2B is a very large area covering an Estate and a city part that we refer to as corner corner. It is corner corner because the houses are built so close together and there are only small ally-ways that you have to walk through side-ways to fit. So you just weave your way through the alleys and around the corners to make it to the people's houses. We didn't ride bikes because it would just slow you down and it is faster to walk through the alleys. I love walking now and when you get home after a long day it is very easy to fall asleep! 

The first day that Elder Mickelson and I went out together was on Tuesday. We left the apartment at 10:30 and by12:00 we had walked the boundary of our whole area and we had went to see 11 members and investigators and none of them were at home. Then at around 1:00 these huge dark clouds started rolling in and the rain started coming. We ran for the nearest building where we could hide, and conveniently it was a Chop Bar. We ordered Banku and sat to wait for the rain to end.  Elder Mickelson was feeling a little bad but that is just sometimes how the work is. So I did what I know how to do best; I started finding new friends! The new friend I met was the server at the Chop Bar named Jane. She is only 19 and she came to Ghana from Nigeria in August 2015 to work. And working at the Chop Bar is not easy work. The Chop Bar opens at 6:00 am. which means she needs to come to help prepare food by 4:00 am. Then it stays open until 10:00 pm, at which time she cleans up and then makes it to her home at 11:00 pm. She does this every day except for Sunday. She told us that she has wanted to start coming to a church because she wants to feel closer to God. I loved when she said that. A lot of people go to church not for themselves but for others. They forget the reason that we attend a "church." I learned this week that we don't necessarily go to church to worship God, although we do that. But that we go to church so that we can come closer to Him and so that we can learn to become like Him. In the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints we truly come closer to our Heavenly Father and our Savior Jesus Christ because we learn of them. We learn of them through each member, from the hymns, from the scriptures, and from the words of living prophets and leaders. I love being able to go to  church because I love learning what I need to do better so that I can be more like my Savior and more like my Father in Heaven. To me the path to perfection seems like it will never end. Each day I seem to make mistakes and it can be very discouraging but as I pray, study the scriptures, and go to church I realize that it is really about being a little better each day. As members of the Church we have been blessed with friends to be able to go to when we need help. Either physically or spiritually, there is always someone there who can help you because they have been through the same thing. We can know that the Lord will help us through whatever challenge we face, and many times he helps us with the people that are around us.

Two other friends that Elder Mickelson and I met were Gifty and Joyce. One evening we went to visit one of our investigator's named Joyce. We went to her home and asked of her and her family told us that she was around the corner of the house, on the roadside, selling Indomie Noodles. We decided to go and greet her so we went to the roadside but we didn't see her. We saw two sisters who were sitting in an open drinking spot and we decided to ask them if they knew of a Sister Joyce who sells Indomie. Elder Mickelson and I walked up and greeted them, and then he asked if they knew a Joyce and the older sister said, "My name is Joyce! Do I know you?" I told her you don't know us yet but that we would love to sit down and get to know ourselves. Joyce is 43 and she is the mother of Gifty, who is 23. They both work at the drinking spot and they are a lot of fun. I told them that my favorite food is Kokonte and they laughed so hard and they still don't believe me. They were even about to go and buy a big bowl for me to eat because they don't believe that we Americans eat the Ghanaian food. We totally do, and I can even cook it! We were visiting with them one day and they started asking about many rumors that they had heard about the church. The main one was that they had heard that we worship Joseph Smith more that we worship Jesus Christ. Many people hear this but it is not so. I can tell you that I am incredibly grateful for Joseph Smith and his sacrifice to bring back the Church that Jesus Christ established when He was on Earth, but I do not worship him. He was a man called of God and he was made an instrument in His hands and for that I am very thankful. But as great of a man as Joseph Smith was, he cannot save me. It is only through our Savior Jesus Christ that we can be changed and made clean to live with God again. Christ is the Savior of the world and I am in Ghana to share my testimony of Him. That He came to Earth and suffered and died for our sins, and that He lives again. And because He lives each of us will live again. What a blessing that we can never repay. He loves us so much and now I am trying to show my love for Him.

The final experience that I wanted to share was with the Quansah Family. We went to visit them one evening and we shared a message with them about families. They have been members of the Church for 10 years and they have 4 children. The oldest just returned from his mission. The second born in 16 and is going to school. The last two are boys and they are named Emmanuel and Enoch, 8 years old and 5. We shared our message with Sister Quansah and the two youngest boys. Elder Mickelson started by asking the two young boys why they are thankful for their family. Their answers really made me laugh because I could see how hard they were thinking to come up with answers. Finally, Emmanuel said that he was thankful for a bed to sleep in and Enoch said that he was thankful for toys to play with. I laughed and then we asked what about the things you can't see? They thought about it and Emmanuel said that he was thankful for how he felt when he was at home. He always felt happy. Elder Mickelson then shared a few thoughts and I shared a scripture in 3 Nephi 18 : 21 that we should pray in our families and do things that bring us closer together. The whole time Emmanuel and Enoch were just jumping around the room, screaming and stealing our bags and I could tell that Sister Quansah was angry and embarrassed. When we finished our thought I just had to ask her, "Sister Quansah, these boys cause a lot of trouble and probably make your life pretty difficult, but what makes it worth it?" I will never forget the thoughts that she shared with me after. I can't remember all but she told me that raising children has been one of the hardest things but that she has never felt more joy. Her sons are so stubborn and most times they don't listen to her but she still loves them no matter what they do. She finds so much joy in watching them as they grow and learn. She shared with me one of her favorite memories that make her smile. They were in the living room one evening and her husband turned on the radio and the two young boys just stood up and started dancing. She just wondered to herself, "Where did my boys learn these dance moves?" I told her I also could relate with that. When I feel down I just think of my parents dancing in the kitchen and it makes me smile. Sister Quansah just kept saying that it is very difficult but that it is so worth it as you find the joy in the journey. We must remember now that we too are growing and learning here on Earth and that we should focus on the times that bring us joy and that we should learn from the other times. Life is to be enjoyed, not just endured. Remember that our lives our in the hands of our Heavenly Father and that as long as we are doing what is right things will work out. Hard times will come but they will get better. Focus on our Savior and He will bring you joy through your journey back to Heavenly Home.

This Friday I got a call from my Zone Leader informing me that I am being transferred again. I have been called to serve in Agbogba. I leave tomorrow and I am very excited and nervous. The hymn above has brought me so much peace this week and I know that I am doing the Lord's will here in Ghana. I love Him and I know that whatever I go through will be for my good and for my growth. So after 1 week in Nungua I am leaving to Agbogba with Faith in my heart and a smile on my face.

I love each of you and ask for your prayers. I know that we have a loving Heavenly Father who hears us when we pray to Him and that will send help when we need it. 


Mi Kwaba,        
Elder Bergeson
Elder Mickelson and Elder Bergeson serving in Nungua

Playing Beach Rugby on P-day and loving it!

Only together one week as companions, another picture of 
Elder Mickelson