|Ready to go into the field and harvest...|
21 ties are going to Zimbabwe!! Thanks to everyone who's tie will wrap his neck like a hug!
Elder Nellesen with the MTC group.
One happy Elder Nellesen with Sister and President Dube
who oversees the Harare, Zimbabwe mission.
Cleaning the laundry room of the Mater Die Hospital.....interesting name
1st Companion in Zimbabwe, aka as Elder Nellesen's father, Elder Bradshaw
This is where they attend church...we are so blessed in America.
Elder Nellesen, Elder Bradshaw (aka Father or trainer),
Elder Asay (aka Grandfather or trainers trainer) at Zone Conference
Sure glad I made him take a hat and gloves!?, Elder Nellesen, ? Elder Bradshaw, ?
Elder Nellesen's first baptisms!
Gangsta? Preparing to fight the bed bugs off!
Drenched hair from the rain!
The old Zone
Photos from P Day 1/2/2012
Zane, Emanuel, Elder Nellesen, Bevon
Elder Nellesen and Elder Bradshaw
|"best Christmas ever"|
|Love at first sight!|
No words can describe that nasty thing!
|Naughty or Nice?|
|Elder Hales and Elder Nellesen|
|Elder Hansen from Idaho|
|Elder Mitchell and Elder Nellesen|
The old Zone Leader
|Elder Paul from Kenya.|
|Part of the zone|
Elders Toomer, Cloyd and Nellesen
A GREAT DAY TO BE IN ZIMBABWE....
ON MY WAY HOME
Elder Nellesen's first Zimbabwe home, which he hopes to move out of asap!
Note the snow flakes he's made in the window.
THE TIME OF HIS LIFE!
After a HUGE storm!
Elder Bradshaw and Elder Nellesen
|Tin ripped from a shop they were in during the storm|
|The meeting house after the storm|
65 Enterprise Rd., Highlands, Harare Zimbabwe~ AKA The Mission Home
Elder Duwa (2nd companion) The Dube Family with Elder Nellesen
Elder Nellesen with 2nd Companion Elder Duwa from Malawi
Elder Nellesen and Elder Duwa
Elder Nellesen with his buddys Simba and Tawanda Dube
I'm not going to do it!
I might do it!
Fetch I did it!!!
Kitchen sink with filter....muslim style?
3rd Companion...Elder Barlow from Utah
Zim Missionary Weights
4th Companion...Elder Miller from Vermont
Domboshawa sunset from "giant rock"
"Where the light touches is mine..."
Elder Nellesen and Elder Miller on Giant Rock
Elder Nellesen with Brother Toitai's children
Service Day...moving dirt with Brother Toitai to make bricks
Doesn't he look good?
Clothes fit about the way they did when he left.
Glad we sent gloves!
Lots of dirt makes lots of bricks.
22 people fit in this van to travel to his area every day.
Two African's running....he says naked for whatever reason.
Domboshawa baptism with Elders Nellesen and Miller
Water pump at the church to fill the font
Toy serving the missionary
Elder Nellesen with Toy Toitai