It's y'alls lucky day- here are some pictures!!
We decided to use our bikes instead of our car one day and it of course was the day it rained really hard... SO FUN I LOVED IT 😊
My study desk! We study for 4 hours every day and it's awesome. I love learning more about Jesus Christ and His gospel!
These are the other missionaries who serve in the Pomona Ward! The Hermana next to Hermana Wilde and I is Hermana Silva, and she is the wonderful member who fed us on Thanksgiving!
Selfie with Hermana Wilde in the middle of biking in the rain🌞☔️
Love you all!! Sorry again that this week was short! Sorry to any of you I didn't get to reply to- I will reply next Monday!
Hermana Sarah Hirschi | Arcadia California Mission
614 W Foothill Blvd
Arcadia, CA 91006
On Nov 28, 2016, at 4:12 PM, Sarah Ann Hirschi <email@example.com> wrote:
Hola everybody!Today will be short because I'm almost out of time. Also sorry my email didn't send last week! I'm not quite sure what happened with that.We've seen lots of miracles the past couple weeks. I love working with the people here and teaching them all about Christ. Everyone, no matter what is going on in their lives, can be blessed by learning and talking about Christ.I want to invite you all to watch the Light the World video on mormon.org if you haven't already. It is BEAUTIFUL. It is all about how we can serve like Jesus Christ did. I would invite you all to serve every day of December to help fill the world with the light of Jesus Christ. I know He is the source of all that is light and good in this crazy world!Also - good story for you guys, last week I prayed really hard for the gift of tongues, or that God would help me understand and speak Spanish better. One day, we were teaching our investigator and she gave us tacos. Turns out they were tacos de lengua (tongue tacos), so I was blessed with the gift of tongues in a way I didn't expect ;)I love you all! Sorry no pictures this week, today is very crazy. You are all in my thoughts and prayers! God is good.God be with you!Love,Hermana Hirschi