Ashley at Temple

Ashley at Temple

Monday, December 15, 2014

안녕하세요!

This was such a great a fun week. Lots happened! On Monday we had a great family home evening with our entire ward. It was so much fun! The entire ward was over and we taught them how to play spoons and the chocolate game. Super fun!  

Me and my companion also decided to have a fun dinner at a place called Ashley's haha because both of our names are Ashley haha. It was fun! 

We also found out transfer calls and My companion will be moving with Sister Scott (I lived with her for 6 months in Cheom Dan). I am so excited for her! She is going to love it! I will be staying the same in the area and I will be finding out who my companion is on Thursday

To close off the week we had a baptism! Our Jang-un-young got baptized and she was so happy! After she was baptized she said that she had a "clean feeling" Super cute! I am so excited for her and her older brother attended the service, which was a big step in the right direction! 

We had another great week at the bible study class. The question was asked "What makes you feel at peace with God?" Does anybody have any great insights on that? I would like to know.

It also snowed a ton this week and it was super fun! We even made a snowman and it reminded me of when I would play in the snow when I was younger. Definitely a fun little flashback! 

I love you all so much and I am really having a great time! I love you!

Sister Farr

Wednesday, December 10, 2014


Merry Christmas!

This week was yet another exciting week in the country side of Gong-ju. We had lots of great little random events.

The highlight of my week I would be that we attending a bible study class with foreigners! It was pretty awesome and I learned a lot and we will hopefully keep meeting with them. Some were definitely in awe that they were in fact in the presence of Mormons. Haha it was great. Lots of great questions and lots more to come, I feel like I have grown so much since my mission and I can still only go up!  As a side note though, It was weird not to talk about the gospel in Korean, I am also realizing how weird I have gotten. I swear I cant even form normal sentences but it was great! 

NEXT WEEK is our cute little investigator's baptism! I am so excited! She is so excited, there is enticement everywhere! Also investigators that we taught in Cheomdan are also getting baptized on that same day! I am a bit sad not to see it, but it is so awesome! It sounds like Sister Kim and her Greenie are working so hard! Yay!

We had a really cute couple from Japan that came for our Mission Tour. They were adorable and definitely made so many missionaries happy!

Life is good. We are just preaching and loving it. Learning lots! 

Love you all and enjoy the Holidays! 

Bye! 

Friday, November 28, 2014

안녕,

Happy Thanksgiving! I love you all and I am so thankful for you! I am so thankful for all the support I have received while I have been on my mission. I am really thankful for this opportunity to be serving a mission and to be around so many amazing people. I am really thankful for my family and all the love they give me, I have the best family in the world! Happy Thanksgiving! 

This week is going quite well! we have been busy, but we are loving it! We have another baptismal date on the way with one of our investigators. She will be getting baptized next month, be sure to keep her in your prayers! She is doing so good and is really happy with her decision. 

We also found two new investigators and they are Filipino as well. It is so much fun to see how much potential this area has with foreigners! 

I also heard there are going to be a few baptisms in Cheomdan with 2 investigators that I taught. I am super excited for them! 

Also Happy Birthday to my companion of about 7 months, Sister 김수현! 사랑해요! 

Happy Thanksgiving! I love you!

Love,
Sister Farr

Tuesday, November 18, 2014



Hey!

This week was another great week! We saw lots of really great miracles for the start of the transfer. 

We have this really awesome ward member that loves to help the missionaries We email every week at his company and he is always trying to do missionary work. Last week he printed up over 200 advertisements for us to advertise our English program and introduced us to two new Filipino investigators. Isn't that so nice of him? He is really helping us do our job.

We met with the two Filipino's are they are so cute. They just got here a couple weeks ago. I remember when I first came to Korea, it was a bit overwhelming. So we are helping them figure out a few things and they are so cute! 

We also have two areas to cover. The first being Gong-Ju and the other being Sae-Jeong. It is apparently going to be the new Seoul. They have relocated more than half of the government buildings down to this area in such a small amount of time. There are apartments galore. Its pretty intense. I can't want to come back to Korea 10 years from now and see what it turns out to be! 

We have three really cute investigators. They are in Jr. high. They love hearing about the gospel and being with missionaries. They are really accepting this gospel well and I can tell they are feeling happier from it! 

Life is good and I am loving my mission! Time is going by super fast. I love all that I am doing and all that is going on!

I love you!

Sister Farr






안녕하세요!

So I am in the new area of Gong-Ju (It means princess in Korean) with my new Companion Sister Ashley Lambert. It has been a crazy couple of days, but here is the update:

We had a really fun Sister's activity on Monday. We went ice skating and ate at the restaurant called Ashleys. Super fun! I then went back and started to pack like crazy.

I was sad to say goodbye to Sister Kim. I love her so much! We have served for 6 months together. For people who have not done missions, that means I was with her for about 4,320ish hours. We definitely know each other well! I love you Sister Kim! 

We did all of my final goodbyes to members and investigators. It was a bit sad! I love the Cheomdan members all so much. They feel like one big happy family and I will always remember them!  

Because one of our investigators was getting baptized, I got to go back down for the baptism! It was awesome! She was so happy and so cute! I love her so much, and I also got to see the Cheomdan members, and my Sister Kim! 

I love my new area. The ward is really small, and everybody is family. Literally. Its essentially a bunch of brothers and sisters with a few random people added in. Pretty fun! 

P.s. HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHRISTINE. I LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU! 

I love you all,

Best,
Sister Farr


Monday, November 3, 2014

안녕하세요!

This week has gone by so fast! We had a great surprise. One of the members that is here just adopted a daughter and asked us to teach her. She will be getting baptized next week! She is so cute and so happy. I am so excited for her! As we have been teaching her she already knows a lot of things which is such a miracle. I feel like all the people that I have been able to teach are pure miracles. Heavenly Father already knows who is ready and who is not. Missionaries just need to be prepared to teach and help them. 

We also had an awesome Halloween party. This ward is so fun! I dressed up as a vampire and my companion was a witch. They did a haunted house, and I was quite impressed! I was telling my comp about how our family does Halloween and she really wants to come next year. But during our church's haunted house she was screaming the whole time and about to die, so I don't know if she will be able to, but it would be so fun! 

I also got a call from one of the people that I met in Chung-ju. It really makes me so happy to see all the people that I have met on my mission, they really make this so worth it! 

p.s. today is transfer day! We haven't gotten the call yet and I am so nervous! 

P.S.S. Ashley did get transferred. She will be going to Gong-Ju  Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea.