Friday, April 12, 2013

I Have Arrived!

President and Sister Humphrey
10 April 2013

Dear Brother and Sister Woodbury:

Sister Humphrey and I had the great pleasure of welcoming your daughter, Hermana Woodbury, to the Chile Concepción Mission. After we met her at the airport when she arrived on Tuesday, we enjoyed lunch together with the other missionaries. We held an orientation and testimony meeting and Hermana Woodbury met her first companion, Hermana Garcia A, who will train her to be a missionary. They will be laboring in the sector of La Florida A #29 and located in the zone of Talca Centro.  

A mission is a wonderful experience filled with challenge and success that strengthens the testimony and spirituality of each missionary. The greatest support you as a family can give your daughter during her time as a missionary is that of uplifting letters. Missionaries look forward with great anticipation to each letter from home. In addition to using email, you can send packages and letters to our address. The U.S. Postal Service and the Correos de Chile do a good job of delivering packages.

Hermana Merrisa Woodbury
Misión Chile Concepción
O’Higgins 940 Oficina 502
Concepción, Chile.

 You may also send letters (and only letters taped shut; no envelopes) via the "pouch.
                                                Hermana  Merrisa Woodbury
                                               Misión Chile Concepción
                                               POB 30150
                                               Salt Lake City, UT 84130-0150
We invite you to look at our blog.

It will be our privilege to work closely with Hermana  Woodbury as she serves here in Chile.  We are blessed to have her join us in this mission and know that she will have many life changing experiences as she proclaims the gospel of Jesus Christ. Thank you for your support and for sharing your daughter with us.

Attached are photos and a map .


Neall Weston Humphrey                                                                                         
Mission President

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