There is only one temple. It is located in Carrasco and there only the baptized members of that faith can enter, it's a place they consider sacred.
|Ben with his new companion Elder Galeano|
|These are pictures from the presentation they do when there are new missionaries in the office. It took looking at them a few times before we got this one, but if you notice, Elder Galeano is shredding "very important" documents|
|Ben is agonizing over the shredded documents that should not have been destroyed|
|Here is Ben with Elder Munoz, his old companion on the left and his new companion Elder Galeano in the center.|
|The source of all of Ben's headaches this week--one of the 47 checks he prepared and deposited this week to pay the rent for the appartments this month.|
It reminds me of the talk by President Gordon B. Hinkley entitled "Switches in Your Life"
"Many years ago I worked in the head office of one of our railroads. One day I received a telephone call from my counterpart in Newark, New Jersey, who said that a passenger train had arrived without its baggage car. The patrons were angry.
We discovered that the train had been properly made up in Oakland, California, and properly delivered to St. Louis, from which station it was to be carried to its destination on the east coast. But in the St. Louis yards, a thoughtless switchman had moved a piece of steel just three inches.
That piece of steel was a switch point, and the car that should have been in Newark, New Jersey, was in New Orleans, Louisiana, thirteen hundred miles away.So it is with our lives—"
|Elder Gallagher & Elder Quezada with the Pugmires|
|Ben & Elder Munoz with the Pugmires|
|Elder & Sister Burnett with the Pugmires|