Q - What do you like most about your new area? A - I like just being in the city. That's mostly it, the people are meaner haha.
Q - What is the greatest challenge with the new area? A - Working with the ward. They aren't as friendly and three wards were combined into one last year. there is some ward contention
Q - What are your new responsibilities with your zone? A – training with other companionships and just talking responsibility when things go wrong haha. that's about it.
Q - How large is the zone - # of missionaries, % of mission geography covered? A - 23 missionaries. like 5%. it's a really small zone geographically.
Q - What has been the greatest experience so far as a Zone Leader? A - Being able to train the missionaries one on one when the opportunity presents itself. It's interesting. I feel like people respect me more. I came to a new zone and people don't know me as well, interesting.
Q - What are your responsibilities for Zone Conferences? A - we never have zone conferences. we've had one my whole mission and there is a mission conferences like, every 2-3 months.
Q - How big is your new ward? A - 140 active members
Q - How many missionaries are serving in this ward? A - 7
Q - How close are you to the mission home? A - I'm a 20 minute train ride. We are the area over.
Q - Do you see President Christensen more often with you new responsibilities? A - Yes. It's awesome.
Q - What is your current most favorite fruit? A - don't know really. really, we don't eat much of it so whenever you get any, it's a treat.
Q - How would you describe the most challenging part of being a Zone Leader? A - not sure yet haha it's only been a week.
Q - What are the 5 most recent Korean words you have learned (English Please...)? A - accent, to tie a tie, public transportation, delusion, to pee. it always surprises me how many random words you learn by living with a Korean
Q - With the weather getting colder, what do the Korean people drink to keep warm? A - it is getting cooler. They have a lot of teas. Unlike japan, not many of them are tea leaf bases (they're herbal) so we get to drink essentially all of them
Q - How is the knee? A – fine.
Q - How is the toe? A - all better. not sure how haha but it doesn't give me any problems.
Q - What do you do for exercise each day? A - pushups, a pull-up if i want, a lot of stretching haha
Q - Tell us about your current investigators... A - We have one really not much to say. We’re in the process of finding more right now. funny how that happens.
Q - What are the most important things you can teach your younger brother prior to his mission? A - that's almost as hard as the last question. I think, just try to develop a deep love for Christ and try to understand his life a little more.
|An Elder who has returned to the area for some military training.|
|Living "posh" in Seoul...|
|Elder Kim before he returns home from serving an|
honorable mission... I'm sure Elder Frazier is giving
him a bit of a hard time... showing his love the
Elder Frazier way.
|New "Green" Companion Elder Park... I'm sure the caption in his head is saying something like - "What have I gotten myself into with these two Elders...?"|
|The Threesome, Elder Nye from Kirkland, OH, Elder Park from the Southern part of South Korea. A great picture.|