Monday, April 27, 2015

Niome got Baptized

We had another Baptism this week!

So Victor (our baptism from last week) baptized his wife Saturday! That has to be one of my favorite moments so far on my mission! 

This week was really great! We had a zone conference with our Mission President where we talked about the importance of the qualities of Christ! And how when you look at His example and everything He did, it might seem impossible to be like Him, but that is what the Gospel is for! It fills in mistakes and strengthens weaknesses. Our goal is to become like Christ, and its Christ who made that goal possible for us.

I feel like in life we have two choices. The bad choice and the hard one. But it’s when we choose the right, even if it’s hard, that improvement and refinement happens. It can’t be easy to become like Christ.  It’s a process of perfection. And it’s amazing to help people start and continue that process in their lives.

Fun fact #1: My old mission president is in my ward, and he is now a Seventy.  He teaches our class for all our investigators each Sunday! So cool! 

Fun fact #2: Cats don’t just pee in sand like I thought, no they pee in shoes!

Have a good week you all
I love you
I love this work
I love my Savior 
He is where Justice, Love, and Mercy meet.

Elder Moller

Monday, April 20, 2015

It's About Time

It’s About Time
 Hello all my friends and family!! I’ll try to have more to say this week but I hope I remember everything!
So this past week we had two baptisms! Victor and Ioane! Both investigators that I starting teaching here in Pamatai, and they are so cool! Ioane has been taking the lessons for about four weeks, and he really had a few miracles and he decided to follow what the spirit was leading him to do! Also, Victor is planning to baptize his wife this Saturday! The area is doing awesome! 
 Today we had a service project, where we moved chicken cages. This guy owns so many chickens and he fights them and we just kinda rearranged the cages like someone would rearrange a living room, it was a nice change.
 Also, this week with our zone we had a massive- I guess in English you would say farming party hahahahaha- so we just took axes and hoes and went at it on this strip of land so we could plant good plants on it, it was fun but the weeds here are so big, I will never complain again about weeding in Utah hahaha it is so easy!
 Oh yeah so last week for Pday we drove to the other side of the island to visit the gardens, where the massive tortious lives.  We walked around these gardens for about two hours and we saw the turtle! It was the best thing! Then we visited the other gardens and there were signs describing all the plants in Tahiti! I was so happy looking at what plants were toxic and what plants were used in blowgun darts, and what waterfall was used to bathe all the lost wandering spirits. I also leaned that I should stop tasting plants. And after that we visited some cave things that were really cool. We had a grand ole time! So yeah that has been my life for the last two weeks and all is well!
 Other then that at the gardening party I kept falling down because we were on a massive hill. And I got attacked by some bees but that is pretty normal because I stepped on their home! And the tortious is 150 years old; I don’t know how they know that. I’m sorry that I forgot everything that I did this week but just know that Tahiti is still here and so am I.
 I love my mission, and I love everything I learn!
 If you pull a hangnail, it could get infected! And not just a little bit. A lot bit! And it could like start pussing and like making your finger all nasty! And then you might call the doctor, and then it would be really hard to know how to say hangnail in French so he doesn’t believe you so he tells you to soak it in water. That does not help! So you finally set up an appointment and he gives you the nastiest nasty antibiotic fruit drink mix that you have to drink three times a day! And you wonder why you pulled that stupid hangnail and then you accept the fact and you decide you will never pull a hangnail as long as you live!
 The things you learn heuh! 
 Well I love you all so much and I pray for you all! 
Stay safe and stay happy!
I know that this Gospel is true! And so can you!

Elder Moller

Monday, April 13, 2015

Ummmmm. Oops

Ummmmm,    oops.

Everyone I have had not a lot of time to write this week but all the news is that we had stake conference and well I had to talk, I also found out during conference...I hate that.
And we fixed three baptisms for this Saturday, oh goodness I’m sorry I’ll give pictures and details next week but I know this church is true and this Gospel is the biggest blessing in my life, if it wasn’t I wouldn’t be here!

Love you all

Elder Moller

Dar did get a cute little note on Facebook from one of the recent converts Elder Moller worked with in Tahaa.  They said how much they loved him and that they were sorry that they did not speak good English.  Love that boy.

Monday, April 6, 2015

Another Week in the Kingdom

Another Week
 This week was great, because it was conference! I loved it so much there were some awesome talks I loved Elder Andersen’s talk “Thy Kingdom Come”. –
 "Brothers and sisters, seeing and believing the Lord’s miracles as He establishes His kingdom on earth can help us see and believe that the Lord’s hand is at work in our own lives as well.
The Lord declared, “I am able to do mine own work” (2 Nephi 27:20). We each try to do our part, but He is the grand architect. Under the direction of the Father, He created this world. “All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made which was made”-
 Also we did some service this past week with our zone, we cleaned someone’s shed; there were the most nasty things in that shed of mystery. Like a freezer filled with brown water and plastic bags filled with I’m actually not sure, and wood, and a blender. But the weird part was as we were talking a few bottles to the glass bin across the street a bunch of neighbors gave us there cases of beer bottles too, so we took them and in front of all the people in the parking lot we have me and my companion depositing like a hundred empty beer bottles in a bin, I was gagging at the smell coming out of that bin. Service is great! And this week we're going to paint an association!
 Did you know bingo is a gambling game?
 Also this week because the conference didn’t play in our zone! We got to go to the zone over which is Punaauia!!!! My first zone in my old ward building!! The thing about serving in Tahiti is that you just see all the people you know all the time! I could drive to Taapuna in maybe five minutes if there was no traffic! So I saw a bunch of my old members and even one of my converts! I loved it! I love all our investigators present and past, they each have something to teach you personally!
 I loved conference I loved the one talking about the music of the gospel, 1. Because I love to dance and 2. Because the most beautiful music is in this Gospel and in this work. Its something to live for, its something to die for. It’s something to share. It’s something to keep close. It will heal all wounds, and help all people. The Music of the Gospel is heard by all who listen to all who seek. This is why I’m here, this is why I serve. I love dancing, and I don’t want to dance alone.

Elder Moller
Stop playing bingo its bad!
Love you all!!
 Bonus Track
 I got one (Easter dinner) don’t worry, but Easter was good I think we ate leftovers haha .  Things are fine I’m just a patient panda, but I saw some members from Taapuna Saturday one of the ladies gave me a hug hahaha it was so funny I love them . But all is well love you all so so so so so much