Monday, October 27, 2014

So many yummy little crabs

This week was awesome! I am still getting to know the sector and the people here but it couldn't be going better! We have found so many new investigators and we have been really picking up the work here in taha'a. The people here are so nice and they really know how to eat! Oh goodness I told myself I wasn't going to gain weight here but yesterday we get to our dinner appointment and it was like a buffett but not just any kind, it was a crab buffett, oh my goodness! I ate so many yummy little crabs! If we have many more of those I'll be In trouble hahaha. But I think we'll be fine we are biking all day long, because we have to cover half our island. Also this week we had a conference with Elder Nielson from the seventy. It was so good, I have really changed the way I'm going to teach after that conference! It was so uplifting and just what I needed. But we have seen so many blessings happen in our sector, I know that God loves every single one of his children! But it is fun to be in a little bigger area where you have to go into valleys and cross rivers and such, but I have so much laundry to do all the time! Hahaha so much rain so much mud it's....something. But the people here are so willing and so happy. It's truly a blessing to see how people live here there is so much to learn. One thing that I have seen in the Tahitian people is their patience. A few days ago I was at a members house for a visit, this family is trying to start selling jewelry to tourists, so they make all their jewelry at their home. They would pierce and connect pearls to make bracelets and necklaces, so they have a large box of small connector things and metal beads assorted perfectly in little compartments. Well as we were talking the kids ran by and bumped the massive box of beads off the table. I held my breath as I watched the beads bounce in all directions across the room waiting for the reaction of the parents. The mother who i was talking to was still looking at me as if nothing happened. Not one word of impatience or anger came out of her mouth. And the kids(and missionaries)happily cleaned it all up! I was so impressed and wondered if I would have had the same reaction. Probably not but then I thought what use do we have to lose our temper if the beads are already spilt. They kids felt bad enough and they were happy to clean It up. I was impressed because I felt that those kids were valued more then a box of beads. I know it's a dorky little story but I learned a lot.
Well I hope you all have a good week this week
Know that I love you all
And I love this work
Thanks for all your love 

Elder Moller

Monday, October 20, 2014

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What a week oh my goodness!
So before I left we did so many last minute lessons hahaha I had to see all my investigators one last time! We were booked! Then Thursday morning my companion took me to the airport and I got on a plane! Okay first of all airports in different languages are stressful I almost missed my plane because we had to take a stop in Bora Bora before going to Raiatea I didn't complain it was cool to see! It was a little awkward when the plane filled with Asian couples, I felt a little out of place! Hahaha but I made it to Raiatea and we went to the docks and we took about an hour boat ride to my island of Tahaa. So I'm here in one piece and it's cool! I'm in the Cumorah ward and Hipu branch, and we live right next to the Cumorah Chapel, it's named Cumorah for the massive hill it's built on! Luckily we live right next to the chapel so I get to walk up the mountain cumorah each day! Also better news is we have about five dogs that live at our house, I named them shella! All of them! It makes it easy to remember. Shella 1 2 3 4 and 5. But they're cute, not all nasty and nappy so that's good! We have the smallest house I've ever seen, but we have (I hope) drinkable water because I've been drinking it, and cold showers! But it's nice an advantage of the mountain we live on is the beautiful view of Bora Bora and all the smaller outer islands on the edge of the reef. So I would also like to add that this sector is soooooooooo big! Oh by gosh! We live I the middle of our sector and it takes about an hour and a half on bike just to get to one end, my legs hurt so bad hahahahaha who can enjoy these postcard views when there is lava bombs going off in your legs! It's good for me! But still! Umm oh yeah my companion is Elder Escoffre, he is from southern France, he started his mission in April and he has been here in Tahaa for about a month. He is cool. I feel like that's about all the work here is .... slow for the moment. But it will pick up, there is a ton of potential here! I'm happy to be here, once my legs stop killing we're going to kill it! But I hope all is well wherever you all are! If there not, there are probably not lizards that hide under the inside of the toilet bowl  where you are, waiting for an unexpecting Elder that has to use the potty to attack! Comfortable visits to the bathroom don't exist anymore.  
Love you all! 
Also our fridge likes to make sure I'm paying attention by giving me electrical shocks if I touch anything that's not the handle!
It rains a lot here
All the making of a great adventure! 
All the while doing the work of The Lord!

Love you all have a good week
Sorry there are no pictures, we are on iPads, 

Elder Moller

Monday, October 13, 2014


Well I got some news that im heading to Tahaa! Its a island up in between Riatea and Borabora, there are only four missionaries up there and I'm on the Hipu/Cumorah Sector! Im geting another French companion he just finnished his training, I don't know much about the island but I'll let you know all about it next week, I'm excited but super sad to go also, I got up at church yesterday to share my testimony, I just cried and cried, gosh some things just never change, and blabbing in French made it harder, hahaha! But it is sad to leave members and recent converts you love! But I'll  have some amazing experiences ahead of me! Ill miss Taapuna so much but hopefully I'll  be able to visit the people again! well wish me luck I'll  let you all know how it goes! 
Love you all
Elder Moller

Monday, October 6, 2014

Conference Weekend

Hello Family and Friends!

This Week was busy, busy, we had our Zone Conference as well as General Conference this last weekend, It was great, I learned so many great things! There were a ton of talks focusing us on the Prophet, Thomas S Monson. How we need to follow and sustain our Prophet and then when the prophet spoke he focused us on Christ! I loved it. Then we had another concert at the temple where we sat and talked with our investigator Emily, she is going to start the lessons with us! But over all this week was great, I loved being to hear the words of the prophet! And I love being able to help in this work, being able to testify that Christ lived and he still lives, that He restored his church on the earth again so we can have the steps that we need to return and live with our Heavenly Father again! I am so happy that I have the happiness this Gospel gives me. I am so happy to have the opportunity to share this message with the people of Tahiti. I’m grateful for our living prophet and I am thankful for all of you!
Have a good week
Vous etes Top!

Elder Moller

Members and investigators at the Temple grounds

That’s not pork (tasted a little ruff)

Our awesome members!