Elder Kade Edler Eppich has been called to serve in the Ghana Accra Mission. He reports to the Ghana MTC on February 8, 2013. He will serve as a Missionary for a period of two years for the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints inviting all to come unto Christ.
Saturday, July 5, 2014
New Mission President - help hasten the work of Salvation
President Judd and Elder Eppich
Welcome to the Heid's, new mission president of Ghana Accra Mission
baptism of Ezekiel
June 30, 2014
Well I remember that this week was a really
nice one but I don’t remember the specifics. It was a great and last one that
we had with president Judd. We tried to finalize everything for President Heid's
arrival and everything we really smoothly. We were able to meet with President
Heid and President Judd Saturday evening and it was great! I will miss President Judd very much but I pray and hope I will be able to retain
everything he has taught me. I am also excited to learn different things from President Heid. President Heid is super awesome! He is much different than
President Judd but they are both great in their different ways. President Heid
likes to have fun but be obedient at the same time.... that has pretty much
been my Motto the whole mission haha. He will be great for the Ghana Accra
Mission. President Judd could have still
taught me a bunch of things and helped the mission out so much but his time is
finished and it’s President Heid time to help hasten the work of salvation.
We had a great baptism yesterday with brother
Ezekiel, I was given the opportunity to baptize him. I can't remember if I told
you about him, but basically he is the definition of an "Elect Man".
He came to church, loved the teachings, read, and so much more. Whenever we
talk with him he always has his eyes on the temple and going there some day. He
is 31 yrs. old and not married but hopefully that will change. It’s kind of
hard because right now the economy is super bad and so people see the nice
beautiful church and temple and so some think they can come and be baptized and
then receive financial aid from the church. We have to discern if the person is
putting on a show or really elect. So we make it clear to everyone that we
can’t assist them with money when they are baptized.
We actually had a pretty crazy event that
happened last week in one of my old areas.
There was a kidnapping and some missionaries saved the day and helped
assist the police in catching the kidnapper! It was pretty crazy!
The church is true! I love each and every one
of you and hope you enjoy the cabin. Kraymer has to either take a class from
President Judd at BYU or go and greet him! I told president Judd that he would
do that so he is expecting it! Have a great week!
Also, I had no idea you are going to Argentina
that will be awesome and I don’t know if I want you to come and pick me up haha
just depends, time will tell.