Monday, December 23, 2013

Alma 7:10-12

Hola Familia!!! 
A couple more days until I get to talk to ya'll! I am so excited, We had a great activity the other day- We went to give treats and to share a Christmas message with a few of the less active members of our ward. It was really sweet and humbling to hear the testimonies of the ward members. So here is a picture of a few of us after the activity. 
La Navidad es un buen tiempo para recordar nuestro Señor Jesucristo. Él nos ama y su expiación es el centro de este Plan de Facilidad. Él sufrió para que podamos volver a vivir con nuestro Padre Celestial. Jesucristo vive y su nacimiento puede traer paz y gozo a todos que creen en su gloria y misericordia.
Les quierooooo y Feliz Navidad!
(Christmas is a good time to remember our Lord Jesus Christ. He loves us and His Atonement is the center of this Plan. He suffered so that we can return to live with our Heavenly Father. Jesus Christ lives and his birth can bring peace and joy to all who believe in His glory and mercy.
I love you and Merry Christmas!)

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

2Nefi 31:20, 21

Hola familia!
We had a pretty full week with Zone Conferences, Cambios (changes), Christmas Devotionals, Re-Elections, etc etc. I will let you know that we did not have cambios. I am still serving in El Parque and I am with Hermana Salazar. 
The best news I have for this week is that we have a new investigator named R___. We met her taking a picture of her Christmas decorations outside her house. She put up a life-size Santa climbing to the rooftop. Pretty cool, we contacted her and taught her then and there. She is so sweet and full of energy
We were also able to attend the Christmas Devotional at the Temple, and yes, Elder Archuletta was there. It was really cool and we were able to go with our other R____, our investigator. She loved it! They had a few singers perform and Elder Zeballos (who came in Sept) was able to give a short talk. You can watch the devotional from last year on Youtube (k and dad) they had a few of the same singers and songs. 
(Editor's note - I posted this as a separate post in her blog)

I was really grateful to get both of your emails this week. Congratulations to Shelby! She is glowing in the pictures you took. Congratulations to Devin as well! Very exciting. And I am sorry to hear about Gordon Meier. I know he was a good family friend. Keep up the missionary work, .....! I'm glad you are helping him out a bit and will get to take him to the temple! and dad, put up the Christmas lights, por favor. 
I am hoping that Hermana Salazar gets to email you this week, I asked her to email something for you guys! We also are continuing the tradition of making cookies for others. Members and investigators. It was Hermana Salazar´s first time making cookies! I told her that we hardly ever go without cookies or treats at our house. We are planning to make small plates for our members and investigators because right now they need a lot of love. 
I have not received anything yet. The last thing i received were the conference quotes and the letter from sister Moser. I love her so much! Please tell her thank you and that I love her. It was perfect and was just what i needed that day. Tell Reta Rae thank you for the scarf as well, it is so pretty! I cant remember if I told you I received it but I received that and the photos a few weeks ago.
I love these scriptures. 
I have been studying a lot about being steadfast in moving forward. And moving forward in hope and love. I believe this was a mutual theme about ten years ago. More than anything, the word steadfast. How important it is to keep our mind steadfast and to not falter. If we do what this scripture says, we will in fact have Eternal life. 
I love you and hope that you are all doing well these weeks leading up to Christmas. I am so grateful for you guys, your service and your Christ-like examples. 
The photos are of me, Hermana Salazar and R____ waiting for the Christmas devotional, David Archuleta, the 4 of us with a tree in our apartment building, and Eduardo, my 12 year old friend in the neighborhood. (I think of Nacho Libre every time i see him)

Turtle de E___ and E____.. in other pic. E___, E____, and her mom M____ on couch. M next to Hermana Salazar, cookies and the devotional

Elder Archuleta - Los pastores a Belén (+playlist)

December 9th

Hola Familia
There really wasn´t much going on this week. That´s a horrible way to start an email, I know. It has been a little difficult this week on account of lessons, our ward, ect. But dong the work of the Lord Right? We had a few pretty good contacts! Our investigator, R____ is progressing. We are still hoping for a date that we can put for her baptism. She still feels like she is not ready which is difficult. We are really doing all that we can with her. She works too, and it is hard to get a hold of her.
I am glad that you were able to attend the temple so much this year, K! That and all of the missionaries and I hope I will get to go at the end of this month, a few days after Christmas. I am also glad to hear that Elder B is not hurt, maybe his bike, but not the Elder haha. I got to scan over your email, Al. I apologize for not writing very much this week. I do want you to know that I love you and this is a wonderful time of the year. It is a special time to remember our Savior and everything that he means to us. He loves us so much and knows us inside and out. 
Being on a mission helps me better understand who the Savior is every day and how the Atonement works. I am truely, truely grateful for the Atonement, and that our Heavenly Father loved us so much to send His only Begotten Son to pay a price that He knew we couldn´t pay ourselves. I don´t think we will ever truely understand His love for us while we are here on this Earth, but I pray I can take every challenge as an opportunity to understand the Atonement and my Savior, Jesus Christ. 
I have been blessed to have been here in Chile sharing this message of love with my brothers and sisters here. Hope all is well this week! I love you so much. 
By the way, this is a photo from a few weeks ago. M____, G_____, and their family with a member, D____. (far left)

Monday, December 2, 2013

2 Nefi 31:3, December 2nd

Hola familia- Seems like you all had a great week! Love all of the pics of you guys! Especially getting to visit with everyone in Chicago for Thanksgiving. Like I said in my previous letter, my comp asks where my padres are this week? 
We had a lot going on this week. But Some of the coolest moments. We have been pushing (with love) E____ and E_____ who have fasted and prayed with us yesterday for an answer about baptism. They came to church yesterday, but we are still not sure how they are feeling about it, how they are doing, etc. We have also had a member who has been coming to church with us two Sundays in a row now. Like M_____, we tried contacting her and had had bad luck. Within our first few weeks in El Parque, we tried contacting her with little success. She sits in the park within our sector and always tries to avoid us coming by. About two months ago, we found her in front of her house, started up a conversation, and asked if we could come and help her with her house. We promptly had a date to go and help her paint the inside of her house. We also started teaching her.
Yesterday we passed by to get R___ and M_____ to walk with them to the church building.  When we got to the house of M____, there was no answer. We thought that she had been sleeping or went to the faria (our large flea markets in Chile) so we went to the church. And when we got there, the members told us that there was a surprise for us in the chapel. M____ had gotten there an hour early and was waiting for us and had gotten to know a few of the members! It was so special to see her very much done up and ready for church. Later on yesterday, we invited R___ to come to M____'s apartment. M____ doesn´t get many visitors in her home. But we were able to teach a lesson to the both of them and both R_____ and Marlene have become good friends. It was so hard not to cry yesterday with them both sitting there saying that they could feel the joy of what we were teaching them. an awesome experience. 
I know that the Gospel is very simple. It should be explained simply and clearly. It is a message of love and joy that gives hope to those of whom we share it with. I have been reflecting on this scripture this week a lot.  2 Nephi 31:3 The Gospel is a simple message of Jesus Christ who prepared a way for us to live with our Heavenly Father again. I love you guys and hope all is well this week

1 Nephi 13:37, November 25th

Hola Familia!!
Everyone thinks that all my parents do is vacation.... Haha! My companion asks every week where you guys are now. It is awesome to hear that everyone is doing well!! How cool that you were able to visit the Woodridge ward and see everyone again. And well done with the Sacrament snacks. The Primary children in our ward had their primary program this past Sunday! It was so cute! All of the children in our ward participated. We had a few investigators and some Less-actives attend. It was a reallly cool experience for everyone!! Of course I thought of Karen who loves the Primary Program. 
This week has been a little slow... Some of the most progress with some of our Investigators though! In specific, our two investigators, E___ and E_____ are progressing, and although it has been hard to put a baptisimal date with them, we are really growing to love their family. We had a "Bop-It" competition with them this past week. I hadn´t seen Bop-it in years. And I am a little out of practice- and it was in Spanish. But fun none-the-less. I will try and attatch a photo this next week of them. They are so sweet. Another one of our investigators, M_____, is in the pic that I attatched. The first week in the sector, we contacted her. She is always sitting outside on the benches, So we went over to try and talk to her. She turned to us and started yelling at us and yelling "SOY CATOLICA SOY CATOLICA". I had no clue what she was saying, but Hermana Salazar told me that she was cursing us out. And since then, she would always turn away when we walked by. We learned that she did that to a lot of people. But then one day, she totally turned around and invited us in. For about a month now, we have been teaching her. She has a hard time learning and understanding, but she loves us now. She is the sweetest lady to us and to everyone else. It just took time and we keep her company because she lives alone. She is so sweet, and was one of the investigators that we brought to church- Everyone said that it was a miricle that we got her to come to our ward, she is that well known. But she was greeting everyone on Sunday and it was a really cool experience. 
The Familia T_____ moved this past week. This was the Menos Activa familia that didn´t want us to come at first, but that we were having lessons with. We had our last FHE this past Monday, but they are transferring records and we hope that the Missionaries and ward members will visit them in their new home. 

I dont know if I have ever shared this with my family, but my favorite scripture is in 1 Nephi 13:37. Until we participate with the Obra Missional, we will never comprehend the joy we will receive. By the gift and power of the Holy Ghost, we will make our message of gran gozo (great joy) known. Its not easy, nor will it ever be easy. pero vale la pena (but worth it)
We won't understand the difference we have made in the lives of others until this life is over. 
Les amo y quiero que Uds estén bien esta semana. No tenemos un "Thanksgiving" pero estoy agradecida por una familia que es fuerte en el Evangelio y quiere hacer todo lo posible para compartir este gozo con los demás. (Not have a "Thanksgiving" but I am thankful for a family that is strong in the gospel and wants to do everything possible to share this joy with others)
.Make sure you tell everyone I love them this Thanksgiving. Such a blessing you get to reunite with everyone once again. 
Chao po,

Monday, November 18, 2013

1 Nephi 1: 11-12, November 18

Wow! I first have to say what an AWESOME experience that was to have Dad´s old Mission President come and visit. So cool, and I am sure y'all had a lot to talk about! Berthelson is definitely not a common last name. 
It sounds like your weeks have been pretty full. Weddings and crafting, etc. Sounds like a lot of fun! 
Elder Holland and his wife were able to visit! We arrived at about 5:30 am to get our good 4th row seats and waited for 4 hours until he arrived. There were 4 Missions in this conference which he said is the largest conference that they have had of missionaries. He mentioned something of Elder Perry: that this Moment with all of the Missionaries that are serving right now ranks with the events such as the First Vision, The  restoration of the Book of Mormon, and equal distribution of the Priesthood. One of the coolest stories and best applications that he shared was that of a world famous swimmer that he had known during college. When asked in an interview from the press how he did it, he said "kick when you don´t want to kick and stroke when you don´t want to stroke". Which I have taken in this week, especially with the rising temperatures here in Santiago. A few of these days have been cooler than others, but other days have been incredibly hot. Its also like Phoenix, a very very dry heat haah,, but it was such a wonderful experience to hear Elder Holland Speak.
One of the other things that we had this week was called a CVC, like the visitors center they have in Salt Lake. It was for the members to bring friends and invite them so that we could do a tour (the sister missionaries) then we brought them into a room so the Elders could explain baptism and each one of the auxiliaries had displays in different classrooms. It was pretty dead for a couple of hours. The ward members had a hard time bringing people, but it was absolutely incredible with the youth in our ward. They went out and at around 8pm there were about 20 kids who came in to do the tour. It was so cool! From what I hear they invited a birthday party hahah. There was def a spark of missionary work within the ward. A couple of our investigators came too! They were able to socialize with the members and they enjoyed the tour.
We have been doing a special fast for some of our investigators- M___ y G____ and E___ and E____. It was great that E____ and E___ were able to come to the CVC that we had. And we also invited M___ y G_____ to be baptized. They are absolutely wonderful, just a little unsure. But we are patiently working with them.
I am so glad to hear all of the new that is going on, in the ward, and with family and friends. I hope you (d n k) enjoy your travels to Chicago. People think that all that my parents do is vacation. True dat! ahah but i know you guys are working hard too. 
I will have to tell you about Hermana F______ someday. Kind of like the abuelita that you have. We bought her a "FUTURA MISIONARA" plaque. ......
We have been having a lot of lessons about the Book Of Mormon and how important it is. If anyone falls away from the church, the question must be asked if they are reading the Book of Mormon. This book was written for our day. I would hope that you are all continuously reading the Book of Mormon and strengthening  your testimonies about the divinity that come from reading it. Pray, read, go to church. Its the perfect formula. 
I attatched a couple of pics from my bday, a couple of the CVC and my comp Hermana salazar and Hermana ekins waiting for Elder Holland at 5:30. I love you all very much and hope that you are having and will have a wonderful week.- Love you!

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

1Nephi 8:10-12

Hola Familia-
Thank you for all of your emails. It was a great week! Maybe a little slow, but fun none-the-less.for my bday 
We had brownies and Ice cream for breakfast and We also had zone conference on my birthday,, and I got a General Conference Package to open! Thank you for sending my favorite candy! I love me some M&Ms! And it was fun to see the pictures. We had cake at the Bishop´s house too. But that was about it.. the rest of the week was work. I really wish I had more to tell you. A lot of Ups and downs this week as far as investigators go. I dont know if I told you about our investigators E____ and E___. A mother and a daughter. They are awesome... progressing slowly but are doing really well! E____ came with us to church yesterday which was a big step for her. We´ve been trying to get her to come for about a month now. She is so sweet and they love animals! 
I will take a picture of the Giant tortious (sorry I cant spell) they have. I was telling them what we eat in Louisiana, I mentioned alligator, and turtle, and she reaches for the ground and pics up a big the big turtle! and of course I ask to hold it and am playing with it.. and right as she was telling me that it likes to pee on "guests" it goes all over me. Haha.. They also have a cage of about 30 birds. crazy lol 
I have been studying Lehi´s dream this week. Picking it a part really. I have come up with some interesting things I hadn´t thought of before. Did you ever notice that it says holding to the end of the rod of iron? We can´t start in the middle and expect to get to the tree. We must start from the beginning. From the basic doctrines of the Gospel starting with Faith. Also The "vapor de tinieblas" will affect everyone who wants to partake of the sweet fruit that the tree has to offer. It´s not always easy to get reach that Love of God, in reality, it will be difficult, but I know that eating of the sweet fruit will be so much sweeter when we endure the difficult journey it takes to reach The tree. It will be worth it when we "hold fast"
(for more on the dream that Hermana B is referring to, here are two great talks that discuss in more detail: 
Love you!

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Doctrine and Covenants 123:16, November 4th

Doctrine and Covenants 123:16

Absolutely nothing has really happened this week... haha. Chile had another Feriado (holiday)- 4 days of no one working. I thought at first it was because of Halloween, but there is another Evangelico holiday which is also on Oct 31st so all of the Chilenos tienen dias libres 4 days without work makes for a lot of no one in the streets, or no one who wants to receive us, very very very boring

 One of the cool experiences that happened this week was with a lady who we contacted a while ago. Her name is E____ and she has a daughter named E____ who is about 23 and both of them are reading the Book of Mormon. I can´t remember if I mentioned them in one of my prior letters but they are both interested in taking lessons. We had an ex-misionaro help us with one of our lessons which really helped them last week, but this past week, we couldn´t get ahold of him and Hermana Salazar and I went by ourselves. When we came, they both told us that they didn´t want to continue to take the lessons. From that point, we didn´t really know how to take it. They both are incredible, they both read, but I guess prayer and faith are what they are lacking at the moment. They are also scared to leave the house to go to church for family problems. But our lesson was powerful and we explained clearly and simply what it meant to have faith. We talked about Alma 32 and shared our testimonies about acting on faith as long as we are dilligent and patient. They have agreed to let us return which is good news! 

I don´t know why I subject my letters in scriptures, but they are just scriptures that I have had on my mind this week. We always share a scripture with the members with whom we eat lunch with- I chose this scripture to share with this family in particular especially on the subject of missionary work. The Mom took it like I would expect in a sense of by small and simple things are great things brought to pass... the dad however told us that a small "timón" couldn´t move a large ship. And that is why I love the scriptures. We can all interperate them differently and our different viewpoints are all right. They are especially meaningful if we act of these things. On the subject of missionary work, they are both right. By our small efforts, we can see blessings of missionary work- but we can´t do it alone. One of the most challenging struggles has been to get the ward involved with Missionary efforts. It´s a tough mission, especially in our area, but I know that I am here in my area "el Parque" for a reason and I have grown to love the area, even though most of the time it doesn´t love me back. But I count my blessings and Hermana Salazar and I are constantly reevaluating to try and find small successes in our every day work as Missionaries, As always I hope you are doing your part en la obra misional.  

Also glad that my impala still has a picture of Christ to give it some character.

Thank you also for the Feliz Cumpleaños as well. I am celebrating by working this year... and my belated birthday gift might be Elder Holland next week. What a privilege it is to hear the Lord´s Servant-

Alma 34:15 - October 28

Alma 34:15


I love this time of the year too. It is a little different because it is getting warmer. I associate this time of the year with the crisp weather. And we are starting to walk in the heat although some days are better than others. They do celebrate Halloween here. Actually the US is a big influence on Chile so Halloween is not huge, but the whole weekend is a Feriado, so no one will be working. Chilleans just like to party.
This week has been really trying. A really good week with a lot of appointments, but also with the adversary. I don´t have too much time to go into the details, But two of our really good investigators, a mom and her son told us not to come back. One of the most spiritual lessons we had ever had where the mom was in tears with how strong the Spirit was. But in the end, she said she couldn´t believe it and politely told us to leave. On the other hand, we had a family reference. They are amazing!! Y_____, M___, M____, and J____.  
M and M came to church with us yesterday. They are absolutely incredible and accepted the invitation to be baptized. I don´t want to say anything too soon, but keep them in your prayers please!
We also had a lesson with one of our our investigators, M___.. I don´t remember if I mentioned her, but we had a lesson about the WOW with her and her friend M____ who have a problem with drinking tea. Ecco is really big here. It´s like a substitute for coffee, so we gifted them two containers of Ecco... and then took all of their tea home with us. M____ is crazy! shes the one in the middle. And she loves to talk about how important it is to keep the Commandments... although she has a problem with dia de reposo. (day of rest) I don´t know how many lessons we have had about keeping the Sabbath day Holy and going to church, but she is progressing slowly. 

Lucas 4:18 - October 14

Jasmine likes to put a scripture as her subject.

Lucas 4:18

Recibì buenas noticias de cada persona!! Primero, Muchisimas gracias porque recibì un sobre de fotos! Ahora, tengo fotos para mostrar las familias en mi Barrio. Jaja papi, no sè porque todos quiere ser amigos con la Karen. Ella es bakan, eso es la unica cosa que puedo pensar en. (Bakan=cool jaja). Eso es bueno que puede traducir! Y lo fue bueno para leer las noticias del misioneros de North Canyon! Muchas estorias de los misioneros.
I received good news everyone ! First, Thank you so much because I received an envelope of photos! Now , I have pictures to show families in my neighborhood . Haha daddy , I know no because everyone wants to be friends with Karen . She is bakan , that's the only thing I can think of. ( Bakan = cool haha). That is good which can translate! And it was good to read the news of the missionaries from North Canyon ! Many estorias of missionaries.

(A few of Hermana Berthelson's ward friends have facebook friend requested me - this way they can see pics of Hermana B - this is what she is referring to in her email)

Segùn a la Hermana Salazar, tuvimos èxito con nuestros menos activos. Tuvimos 3 menos activos asistir por la primera vez! Nos enfocamos en los menos activos este semana, entonces tuvimos esta bendicion. Una de las menos activos se llama Y_____. Fue bakan por que ella vive con su mamà (menos activa) y su hermana menor que tiene 16 años. En principio, enseñamos Yanina solà, pero un noche su mamà vino porque estaba curiosa y su hermana tambièn. Yanina nos dijò que quieria servir una misiòn! Ella tiene 21 años y queiremos invitarle a venir con nosotras.
According to Sister Salazar , we were successful with our less active. Less active had 3 attend for the first time! We focus on the less active this week, then we had this blessing . One of the less active is called Y___ . Bakan was that she lives with her mamà ( less active ) and her younger sister who is 16. In principle , Y_____ solà teach , but one night his mamà came because I was curious and sister too. Y____ quieria told us serve a mission! She is 21 and queiremos invite you to come with us.

Other than that we are working with the same people. We really have been able to see the small success of the past 9 weeks here. It is really hard. Partially because we haven´t been able to see much success as far as numbers go. We keep inviting and inviting people to come to the church, but it is a standstill. Conference was awesome because I feel that we were lacking support from the members. But we are trying to overcome these barriers as well. So I wish there was more that I could tell you yáll. I am always happy to get emails from my family on Mondays. I am glad everyone is doing well. I have been studying a lot from conference as well in my personal study. I recently studied the one from Edward Dube about the plough. If we have our ploughs and look back, we might not be able to receive the rich blessings that come from moving forward in a straight line aligning ourselves with the Savior and His will. The power of the Atonement is real. I can testify of that. I pray that y`all have an awesome week!! Love you lotsss!!!! 

Monday, October 21, 2013

Mark 2:17, October 21

We have been very fortunate this week to have been able to see miracles. There was a menos activo family on our ward roster, the T_____ family. We have had bad luck these last few transfers trying to get a hold of this family, but about a month ago, we had a lesson with the mom. She showed absolutely no interest in coming back to church, and for the most part, kind of astounded Hermana Salazar and I with the things she said. She bluntly told us that she did not want to come back to church. Here was a family with the parents being converts and sealed in the temple with their children. We asked why she has separated herself and her family from the church, and for the most part they were petty problems. So we hadn´t been back to visit in her home since. Once in a while we saw the youngest in the family in the street and would say hi to him and ask how he was doing, but other than that, not much contact with the family. When we had divisions the last time, Hermana Salazar and Hermana Zunñiga were able to get into the house again and contact the whole family and put a time that we could visit them for FHE. 
On Thursday we were able to have a lesson with the family. The parents and three of their five kids the oldest being 17 and the youngest about 12. Our FHE lesson was about the importance of the family. We asked Hermana y Hno T_____ first who Jesus Christ was to them and they gave an answer. After, we asked the kids who had no idea how to answer. I think that really surprised the mom that her kids didn´t know who the Savior was. It was a really spiritual experience for them because I don´t think they gathered together as a family very often. Hermana Salazar and I were able to share our testimonies about the importance of the family and the mom told us that that is what they had been lacking and they wanted to establish family home evening. It was so cool! That has to be the highlight of the week!
I´ve attatched a photo of a woman who is 89 years old. She is absolutely incredible. She has a son who is mentally handicapped and has been taking care of him since he was born. He is 54 years old and has never walked in his life. We visited her all this week and had the priesthood come to give them a blessing. They were planning on building L___ (son) a ramp so he could easily get in and out of his house. It was so great to have two priesthood members to come to give them a blessing. Unfortunately, she and L____ are leaving to go South for three months with her daughter. So we said goodbye for the last time. We got her information so that the missionaries down south can contact her again.
We have finally gotten one of our investigators to come to church! One of our menos activos brought her friend and we have a lesson with her this week. Also, L____ (Peruvian family we were teaching a long time ago) came to an activity. It has been really hard to get in contact with their family. But she absolutely loved it and made friends instantly. Wasn´t able to come to church this week but hopefully next week.
We also have something called a CVC that we are doing in the month of November.November 16th we will be doing an "open house" to help both the members and ourselves obtain references. We are super excited and we know that the members need something like this to get the obra misional moving along.  
Transfers are on the 3rd of Nov. If you are worried about Hermana Salazar getting her things, dont worry and you can send them directly to me and If we are separated, I will be able to send her things still. I don´t need anything, but thank you! we have the temple next door to us too! 
Like I mentioned before, it has been hard to get investigators to come to church. We are constantly explaining, having lessons, fasting, asking members to come to lessons to try and help them remember the importance of taking the sacrament, resting from our labors, etc etc. Menos Activos as well. I have heard a few people say this now- that the church is a hospital for the sick. That has bugged me for the past few weeks. I attached a scripture that I found the other day. We are all sick in a sense. We need to go to church to remember the covenants we made with our Heavenly Father at baptism, or to remember our Savior Jesus Christ. There is no need for a Savior if we are perfect, and there is no need to go to church if we are perfect, but we are not. So yes, the church is a hospital that we all need and the Sacrament can help us remember that we can once again feel the healing Power of the Atonement that our spirits need. And there is not one of us who doesn´t need the mercy and grace of the Atonement of Jesus Christ.
Looks like everyone is doing well! It looks like you had some fun this week! Love the pictures. i attached a few... Hermana Perez, Hermana Ekins, me and Hermana Salazar in our apt. The one of Hermana salazar, me and S____. Me in Santa Lucia with flowers, and Contacting on the street. D____ who lives in el campo and sells "tierra" dirt on the street where we predicar y trabajar. (preach and work) Love yall!
Chao po