Monday, July 29, 2013

The Time´s Ticking For Me!!

Oi tudo bem!!! 

One more great week, my new companions are great, the area is great, the zone is great, the work is great. I´m alive and well and outta time, talk to you all later!!! Congrats to Rianne! (I´ll send her an email with more feeling, haha) 

90% of the missionaries that I´ve met have pretty much died out completely on the last transfer because of trukiness and my goal is to finish off stronger than ever, so I´ve been trying to be super focused. With all these new responsibilities, I´m not even thinking about home or that my time´s running out, so I´m just going crazy here!

But I gotta go! The time´s ticking for me!! Tchau até mais!

Elder Trevisanut

Monday, July 22, 2013

Final Transfer...Staying in Ponta Grossa!!


OLA TUDO BEM!!!!
ONE more crazy week!!  And I´m here in Curitiba right now a little late for a meeting so this will be a super quick one!

This past week we´ve been running around preparing our baptism for Lucas, and it was a huge success, a ton of people came, and he was SUPER FELIZ. It was a great experience and he was able to be confirmed on Sunday. Now he just has to wait for one year, and he´ll be off to his mission, he´s super excited!

We received the transfers yesterday, and it was the craziest transfer I´ve ever seen. Elder Rios was transferred to another area here in Ponta Grossa continuing as zone leader and I´m staying here to die as a Zone Leader. My new companion is Elder Grigg, he´s pretty new on the mish, and his first time as ZL, so I´m training him as ZL. But, apparently Presidente didn't want to let me rest as I finish my mission, so we´re getting a 3rd member of our companionship, straight out from the MTC. That´s right Zone Leader and Trainer at the same time. I´d thought that I´d done it all. I guess I need two to kill me off, haha.

But that´s about it. We´ve got 3 baptisms planned for this next weekend, so our son will start of the mish baptazing. It´ll be great for him.

Oh yeah also, I was waiting in the bus station, and guess who I ran into?? ELDER HOUSE! Even though we´re in different missions now, the two missions use the same bus station to travel to and from the cities in the country, and Elder House was transferred to Guarapuava, my first zone! And.. He´s a Zone Leader!!!!!! My son´s a ZL!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was so happy I almost cried, it was really great to see him.

But that´s about it, I gotta go!!!
Love,
Elder Trevisanut

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

FOGO NOS OSSOS, não existe trunkesa aqui!

Olá todos!


Sounds like you had a great trip. This week has been a week of trials and miracles, but that´s what lifes all about right! It´s been a great week.

The elect are showing themselves here in Ala 2, Campos Gerais, we´re thinking of changing the name of our zone from Campos Gerais, to ÁGUAS GERAIS! For those that don´t understand just ask one of the brasilian RM´s, there´s tons out there.

Lucas is gonna get baptized this week, he´s super ready to get prepared for his mission a year after his baptism, so we´re super pumped for that. We also have people lined up for each week for the next month, so we´re gonna be pretty wet here in Ponta Grossa for a while. The goal is to baptize every week until the end of the mission então vamo lá! 

I´m outta time, but I am doing well, I´m healthy, I think, ending the mission with FOGO NOS OSSOS, não existe trunkesa aqui!

Gotta go, hope everyone well! Talk to you later!!!

ELDER TREVISANUT

Sunday, July 14, 2013

A Obra Continuará!

Olá boa tarde!!

Hey everyone, I´ve got little time, it´s been a good week, our new mission president got here, and he´s a great president, way different than President Cordon, but ready to make changes here. . .

We´ve had a lot of success this week, we found a guy named Lucas who already wants to go on a mission, but he needs to be baptized first! We´ll help him out with that, haha. 

Other than that, we´re well here, and ready for one more great week! A obra continuará!

Talk to you all later!!

Elder Trevisanut

Monday, July 1, 2013

Mission Time is Running Short

Oi tudo bem?!

One more great week, lots of work, lots of trials, lots of rain, and lots of miracles, that´s about an average week for us here in Ponta Grossa. We´re all a little sad to say bye to Presidente Cordon, but we´re excited to welcome Presidente Monteiro to Curitiba! He´s a former stake president from Belo Horizonte, a city that is about in the middle of Brasil, above Rio and São Paulo. But, that´s about it, hope everyone has a great week. 

Very sadly my mission time is running short, so I gotta take advantage of the little time I have I´ll talk to all of you in some weeks, so for my sake, I´ll keep the emails short.

Até mais, tchau!

Elder Trevisanut