09 July 2012

09 July 2012 - Zone Training, Castle of Good Hope

"Right this way, please..."
(Yes that really was a torture chamber)

Hello family and everyone else.

This week was a pretty neat week. Last Monday after e-mailing a couple of Elders and I went to the
Castle of Good Hope. It was built in the 1700's sometime... I didn't get much chance to read about its history because we only had about 45 minutes to look around.

On Wednesday was Zone Training, which is a shorter meeting that Zone Conference, but we still learned a lot about finding new investigators and we went over Elder Uchtdorf's talk
'The Merciful Obtain Mercy.'

On Sunday (yesterday) Alicia was baptized, and we had several other investigators there that I am very hopeful for.

Thank you for your e-mails and I will talk to you again next week.

-Elder Tekulve

The Gates to Castle of Good Hope, South Africa.
Built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company
as a maritime replenishment station, the Castle of Good Hope
is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa
The outside walls of the Castle, the moat in the foreground.
In the distance is "Table Mountain" (left), and "Lion's Head" (right)

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