Monday, March 27, 2017

Liberdade Week 16 – “This Is How We Do It” by Montell Jordan


Ola peoples!

It sounds like everyone is doing great! Good weather and then some rain was exactly like our week here. Friday, we got hit by the biggest storm I have seen in Mozambique (almost Swazi level) but our home bois from Marracos hooked it up for us with shelter in the Pasteleria so we were all good.

But for the rest of the week it was another good one for your boys down here in Liberdade. Monday, we had our Zone Activity for the transfer and we all went bowling and it was good being with the whole zone and now after an entire transfer and a half of practice I can say that I am "alright" at bowling haha. For the other days, we had lots of running around doing baptismal interviews and going in and out of other areas to meet up with other missionaries so Elder Barros and I are excited about getting some more time to work in our area this upcoming week. On Thursday, we had an in-district division and I got to walk with Elder Bailey for the day and it was a super fun day walking with him in his area. And then the highlight of the week came on Saturday with the baptism of Adelina along with Asvaldo and Claudia. The baptism went great and all 3 were confirmed members and received the Holy Ghost on Sunday. Adelina pulled it closed and walked in just in timed to be confirmed. Elder Barros and I were sweating bullets that she wasn’t going to make it but when she walked in it was a subtle Tiger Woods fist pump celebration.

I hope everyone has a great week! Enjoy the Conference Weekend! We will be watching the session on the 8th and 9th so I can’t wait to hear what you guys thought and then to watch. Don't forget to have questions ready to be answered and to pray for those that will be speaking especially President Monson!

Love you all,

Elder Chipman

Adelina's Baptism

Asvaldo aka the Division 1 Wide Receiver

The Crew

Just doing hoodrat things with my friends. 

Casa Branca with Elder Bailey


Lots of nature pics...this is the division between
Maputo and Matola. 



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