Monday, July 17, 2017

The Miracle of a Mission

It is a very surreal feeling that is the last email that I will send as a missionary. I have learned so very much, and have gained so many experiences. We had the opportunity this week to go to Karlstejn, a castle outside of Prague, and close to Karlstejn is a place called Priests Hill where over 80 years ago the Czech/Slovak Mission was dedicated. We began by singing my favorite hymn: The Spirit of God. The words of the 2nd verse have stuck out to me:

2. The Lord is extending the Saints’ understanding,
Restoring their judges and all as at first.
The knowledge and power of God are expanding;
The veil o’er the earth is beginning to burst.

There are miracles of a mission when we see others come unto Christ through baptism which is incredible and can never be forgotten, but the greatest miracle of a mission is the one of your own personal conversion. As that verse states, I have felt my understanding extend, the knowledge and power of God come forth as his servant, and ultimately my connection and relationship with God become closer than ever before. Almost as if the "veil beings to burst".

Over the last two years I have felt so much joy, accompanied by times of sorrow. I have seen testimonies strengthened, and others lose their testimony. I can leave saying that I have no regrets. I can leave saying I strived for 100% obedience from day 1 to the final day. I worked hard, and gave it my all. I am very grateful for that.  I have witnessed the creation of a stake of Zion and its growth, but ultimately I have seen the solidification of my testimony of these eternal truths:

I know that we have a loving Heavenly Father that knows us, cares for us, and loves more than we can even imagine. I know that Jesus Christ is our Savior and Redeemer, and through his redeeming grace we are saved after all that we can do. I know that the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is Christ's restored church here on earth. Restored by a prophet of God, Joseph Smith, and is led today by a living day Prophet, President Thomas S. Monson. I know that ultimately our relationship with our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ is the only way to help us to find joy wherever we may be in our lives.

S Láskou,

Starší Belshe


Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Bring on the Heat

Bring on the Heat

It has been quite a hot week. It has been so hot some days you come home and take another shower because you get really sweaty. I am ok with it though, at least I know that I am working hard :)

As for news this week we had a fun p-day of bowling in Mlada Boleslav with the Sisters, our recent convert, Otakar, and the sisters investigator Michal. The bowling alley was pretty old, kind of sketchy, each of the bowling pins was held to the top with a string and then there was a crane and pulley on the inside that would pull it back into place. Elder Murley destroyed us all, but it was fun to be able to be with all of them.

Tuesday, we did some more home teaching with Brother Tmej and had the rest of the day out on the street finding! We had one conversation with a guy who had met with missionaries many years ago which was good, and he said he might come to church in 2 weeks. We also have been helping a less active named Honza who has been building his home from the ground up, and we put insulation on the house. He is doing really well, and has been to church for 5 weeks straight. We had our last district meeting this week, and we did it as a Jesus Seminar where we talked about Christ and his example and teachings in the areas of the atonement, discipleship, prayer, and miracles. It was very spiritual, and a great way to prepare us for conference in Karlštejn this upcoming week.

Sorry that I have been slacking on the spiritual thoughts in my emails, I would like to share one of my favorite verses about Jesus Christ.

Isaiah 53:3-5
He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and we hid as it were our faces from him; he was despised, and we esteemed him not. ¨Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted. But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.

Even after 2 years of study in the scriptures, these verses still remain my favorite scriptures. It emphasizes the reality of the atonement. From the word choice we can understand how much Isaiah was grateful for the Saviors atonement,<script id="gpt-impl-0.7418685625512463" src=""></script> and that it was revealed to him the reality of the peace that we can feel thanks to this ultimate gift our Heavenly Father has provided for us. How grateful I am for a knowledge of the atonement of Jesus Christ, and that it is the way of which I have been healed. He is our Savior and Redeemer! He lives!

Have a great week!


Elder Belshe

Pictures: My failed selfie at Sister Jirkus house, our service project with Honza, and the biker crew that came to Jičin.

Monday, July 3, 2017

More Miracles, More Opposition

It has been a rollercoaster of a week for us, we started out with visa work for Elder Murley on Tuesday in Prague. The only reason I brought that up is because I ate a Subway sandwich" :D It has been a while since I have had an Italian BMT. But to the more important, and spiritual aspects of the week. 

Best Home Teaching Visit of all time. We went with Brother Tmej, he needed a companion, to go visit a less active who he is home teaching. We taught about the power of Christ and shared "Because of Him" video, but we then started talking to one of the people that his sister takes care of about his smoking in the house. We encouraged him to not smoke in the house, and he said "Alright, on one condition, you beat me in an arm wrestle"…now this guy is pretty big guy, but we figured if we did win, that he really would stop smoking inside of the house. So Brother Tmej starts to arm wrestle him, and it may have been the most intense arm wrestle I have ever seen. It ended in a draw, but because of how well Brother Tmej fared against him he agreed to try it for a week. 

We also had a meeting with a less active woman and her family. They are incredible, and have three kids that really are dedicated to the gospel. They have been coming weekly to the U-nites that we have been holding at the Martincovi, and have chosen a baptismal date for the 15th of July. They came a little late to church, but it was the second week in a row that they have made it. They are facing a little of bit of a trial with one son, that had recently been in an accident and had a surgery. The surgery went well, but the cut that he had, opened up again and he had to go back to the hospital. We are praying fervently for them that he will heal quickly. We are so excited for them, and are hoping that their baptism will be a catalyst for their family in coming regularly to church for now on. 

It has been overall a good week, even though we had one very solid investigating family drop this week due to some family opposition. I don’t want to go into detail about the situation, but it was very hard, and an even harder choice for this family to decide not to continue because of this opposition that they faced. 

The gospel is true, and it blesses lives! Have a great week!

Elder Belshe 

So these are pictures of me playing the cello on the town square! :D, Elder Murley and I and our evening chess games, and one of the greatest Czech delicacies...smažený sýr.(fried cheese)

Monday, June 26, 2017

Opposition in All Things

This week all of the good stuff happened at the end of the week! So I will skip to that. Wednesday night to Thursday I had an exchange with Elder Pickett! :D I love Elder Pickett! He is a great example of love and diligence in missionary work, and I am very grateful for the friendship that we have been able to develop as we served around each other (he has followed me around his entire mission ;)). We taught a less active member that lives in the nearby city of Nova Paka, and she LOVES music so we have started a really good relationship with her which I am excited for. We have a new investigator named Kamil, a guy that finds it very difficult to believe in God since he is an engineer. It was very interesting teaching him, and we are excited for the other meetings that we will have. Friday, President came to District meeting and helped us in strengthening our contacting skills. Both of the scenarios we practiced were used the following day! Practicing as a missionary is important! It was also nice to have a short interview with him before I have my final interview with him in a few weeks.

Church this week was VERY interesting, unfortunately, a investigators father came and decided that he did not like that his son had decided to get baptized in our church. So, he came and in every moment he could, tried to counter any of the doctrine taught at church. He was almost asked to leave, but thankfully, he left on good terms. It reminded me of the scripture in the Book of Mormon 2 Nephi 2:11 "For it must needs be, that there is an opposition in all things. If not so, my firstborn in the wilderness, righteousness could not be brought to pass, neither wickedness, neither holiness nor misery, neither good nor bad. Wherefore, all things must needs be a compound in one; wherefore, if it should be one body it must needs remain as dead, having no life neither death, nor corruption nor incorruption, happiness nor misery, neither sense nor insensibility." With any opposition that comes, a great blessing follows. Our district is very excited for the upcoming blessing :)

Have a great week!

Elder Belshe

Pictures at Prachovske Skaly (The Prachov Rocks are a rock formation in the Czech Republic approximately 5 kilometres west of Jičín, and are a protected natural reserve since 1933)

Monday, June 19, 2017

Last Zone Conference

This week was terrific! It started out on Tuesday with my last (official) zone conference before we have the mission dedication conference in July. President Pohorelicky spoke and inspired us as he talked about faith. It was quite incredible! I learned a lot, and it helped me realize the true power that comes from faith. The mission has had some real booming weeks in the last few weeks. The push during the conference was that of having faith for our goal of 100 baptisms in the year. We are currently at 20. It was really quite nice to just sit and listen to the training, and not have anything to prepare this time. I really enjoyed what the spirit taught me.

The rest of the week we spent helping Otakar, finding new investigators, and trying to help out the new bishopric. Mostly, we are helping Brother Tmej, the ward mission leader at his house to finish building a patio before he has his family reunion next week and the preparations for their departure to England in August. We are currently working with another woman whose name is Vlaďka. She is great! She has taken the first few discussions. She has a hard time with coming to church, but we feel that she is prepared and open and has a great understanding of the spirit. We are excited also for her progress!

Overall good week, and we are excited for this upcoming week. Interviews with President, and an exchange with the zone leaders (Elder Pickett and Elder Beazer, both are studs, love them both! :) )

Hope you all have a great week!

Elder Belshe 

Monday, June 12, 2017

Baptism, New Bishopric, and Smoke Alarms

We had a miraculous week this week! Here are the stories I want to share:

1. The smoke alarm. Wednesday we had District Meeting in Jicin, and the Sisters called that morning telling us that their smoke alarm had been going off for no apparent reason. No fire, just maybe someone smoking in the floor below them, but once they turned it off the first time, it came back and sounded again. Every 9 minutes it would go off. So they brought it to Jicin and we tried to turn it off...but we also could not figure it out. So our solution?...wrap it in toilet paper, under a blanket, in a box, under the bed in our apartment Then the next day, the Scotts, (the office couple), came and brought them a new one.

2. Otakars baptism. Otakar is awesome! He was baptized this weekend, in a river just a little bit outside of Mlada Boleslav, and there was lots of member support and it was a great experience! In bearing his testimony in the end he said the joy and peace he felt as he was baptized was incredible. I played the cello for the special musical number. A member recorded it, I will get it and send it to you next week. Such an awesome day! The following day, a new bishopric was called, and a new member of the bishopric was able to confirm Otakar a member of the church.

Otakar was baptized in the river where he had a very spiritual experience even before he met the missionaries. He had a very strong spiritual impression to jump into the river, an impression that he had never felt so strongly before. So he jumped and then noticed a small kid drowning in the river, but he could not see very well because the water was dirty. He said a quick prayer, and was able to grab the boy and bring him out of the water saving his life. It was then that he knew there was a higher power. Soon after that, he met the sister missionaries in Mlada Boleslav. After a year on and off with the missionaries, he really changed his life and was baptized. A wonderful weekend!

Other than that it has been a pretty normal week! We are excited for an inactive family that we will be teaching. They have several kids that have not been baptized, and after a tragic experience they realized they need the gospel back in their lives. It has been wonderful to meet with them and remind them of the joy of the plan of salvation.

Have a great week!

Elder Belshe

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Inspirational Nights

So, I hope I gave a good description of this before, but if not I will do it again. In the book, Power of Everyday Missionaries, there is a section that talks about "U-nites". When I was an assistant, we worked closely with President Pohorelicky, and a family in the Prague ward to start having “inspirational nights”. We had two baptisms just months after it started, and now my main focus has been to help start these evenings here and get them rolling and productive like we were had in Prague. After our second week, a member family has invited two Ukrainian men to come to church this week, an inactive part member family came that we are meeting with next week, and some of our investigators through our personal finding have really started to find some friendships. One of the Ukrainians, is a very solid evangelic believer, and he gave his testimony of Christ at the stand. Probably the best testimony of the meeting. He needs to be taught some more things, but they both have great potential.

Otakar is a boss. He is doing great. We are really excited for his baptism this week. He passed his baptismal interview, and had a really good discussion with the Czech Sealer (who lives in our ward) about enduring to the end. We are really excited for him!

Things are going well. This week, I’m giving a talk about member missionary work, and the plan is for two new families to be at church along with Otakars confirmation. We have been praying and have fasted for a miraculous turning point for the branch.

Have a great week!

Elder Belshe

1. Me standing next to Sister Jirku, she is pretty hilarious.
2. Pictures from our hike that we went on today, way pretty.
3. Fancy socks playing squash
4. Romantic dinner with our ward mission leader, Brother Tmej at the sunset...haha he is awesome!

Wednesday, May 31, 2017


This week is full of stories, I want to tell three that describe the highlights from the week. 

1. First the funny story, this week we were tracting in a small town called Jiciněves with literally translates to the child of Jicin. We were tracting in the evening, and were waiting for the bus. When we saw the bus assuming it was going to slow down and pick us up we got up and waited at the curb and then watched it drive on by. We were way frustrated thinking the bus driver was just discriminating against us I quickly looked at the bus sign read it again closely and figured out the bus only came to another stop, unbeknowest to us, so we went to the restaurant next to the bus stop got dinner to eat away our sorrows and caught the last bus of the night at 8:40 and barely made it home on time :)

2. Iva- in the midst of our less active finding in a neighboring city of Nova Paka the first woman we visited was Sister Samkova, who no longer lives there. However, we walked up to the house and it was pretty rundown and we werent sure if anyone lived there, but we rang zvonek "Czech doorbell" usually outside of the gate around their garden (Czechs love their gardens) :), and a woman answered asking who was there and we said obviously, missionaries of the church of jesus christ. Nothing. So we sat there for probably about a minute thinking is she calling the cops, is she coming to the door, what, and then we started walking way. Then as we were about halfway down the street she comes yelling "You rang my doorbell you might as well come and sit and chat for a minute" we did. Iva lived with the member that formally lived there, and has been struggling a long time with diabetes and a form of skolosis. Missionaries had come in the past weekly to visit, sing songs with her, and do service with her, and after the branch moved to Jicin, she was forgotten. It has been almost 6 years since someone from the church had contact with her. So we are going to return with some members and help her fix her garden and clean her house. Huge miracle!

3. Otakar- one of the young ysa guys, 28, and he had a baptismal date towards the end of July, but we had a lesson about President Monson talking about prophets, and after our lesson he said "Yea, I feel good when he speaks, he must be a prophet" After that he brought up baptism, and we asked him how he felt about it. He says he felt really good. Then, the spirit prompted us to recommit him to an earlier date, and he accepted. Assuming all goes well with the pohovor, he will be baptized on the 10th of June. I have a talk about member missionary work on the 11th of June. It will be a perfect opportunity to gain the wards' trust. 

Awesome week! Wish you all a good week!

Elder Belshe 

Wednesday, May 24, 2017


Best ward ever...:) Lots of the first members that came into the Czech Republic live in this city. It is the smallest area in the mission, but lots of miracles have already been coming. We found 5 new investigators this week, and although a few have already fell through, one of them named Petr has been meeting with us and we are excited to see how he progresses. Vladimir and Otakar are both investigators that have baptismal dates for July, and both were at church which was terrific! We are planning to meet with several of the members this week, and help them grow their faith in missionary work, so that they can understand their role. We also are starting the inspirational nights, that we did in Prague in order to give the ward an opportunity to invite their friends to come in a very informal setting, and get good relationships with the missionaries. It will be a great week, and a great transfer! 

I am out of time already! I will send some more info next week, but I have some pictures! I have a goal to take a picture every day this transfer, mom will appreciate that.  :D

Elder Belshe 
So there are pictures of me with Elder Murley, our district, a Czech breakfast of eggs, toast, and mustard, but the mustard is better than any other mustard I have had before because it is mixed with horse radish...heavenly! 

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Krest (Baptism)


I have very little time this week so I am making bulletpoint highlights of the week:
1. Stake Conference- investigator named Destine came. He will be baptized next transfer! :)
2. Vylet with members to Cesko-Svycarsko
3. Zone Training in Brno about Christ's Church, awesome training :)
4. Zone Training in Presov, new area being opened in Slovakia that missionaries have never been in before, and we talked about the history of the Czech and Slovak Saints. Awesome :)
5. Dedication of Slovakia for the spreading of the gospel- on Saturday we attended the first part of the Slovakia dedication for the spreading of gospel for it to be an offical recognized church of the nation. Very spiritual! Good to meet lots of new Slovak members.
6. Kristina's Baptism- friend of Jara Vojta who the Sisters and us have taught together! She is wonderful, and happy for a whole new start in her life. I got to give a talk about the Holy Ghost, and we FOUND A CELLO..from a kind member in Liberec, so I got to play "Come thou Fount of Every Blessing" as well. Also awesome
7. Transfer last transfer I will not be in the office as an assistant, but I will be in Jicin as a District Leader with an elder named Elder Murley, he is from Canada! I am very very excited! It will be a good experience for me! 

Awesome week! Thanks for all your emails! Have a great week!

Elder Belshe 

These are pictures on the trip to Cesko Svycarsko with the members, the Ballackovi! :)

Monday, May 1, 2017

Experience in Slovakia

My entire mission I have served on the west side of the country where the Czechs are, or at least say they are, unbelieving. In Slovakia, it is the exact opposite. All of them claim a faith, and a church, but are very set in it, and not willing to change it. It was interesting getting to have an exchange in Banska Bystrica, the heart of Slovakia, and get to know the Slovak people a little bit better. I also got to be with Elder Bednar, the only Slovak elder from my MTC group. He is awesome! It was a fun exchange with lots of hard work and a successful day! We found, or more correctly he found us, but a young man around the age of 20 came up to us during the day and asked who we are and said he was looking for a church. (Miracles always happen on exchanges) They are meeting with him Sunday before church. I am very excited to see how it goes for him in the next little while! 

Then earlier in the week we had an exchange with the District Leader, Elder Swink, and then the missionaries serving in Bratislava came in for the day. That was also a really fun exchange! I enjoyed being with those missionaries! 

Friday, one of the really great YSA(young single adults) in the ward, Andres got married this week and we were able to attend the wedding! It was fantastic! They played Star Wars theme music! ..haha..that was probably the best part. BUT even better than that was when we saw Olda!  He is a recent convert who is now living in Brno, with Eva, a return missionary living in Zlin studying in Brno. I told him that it’s his turn next ;)…it was good to see and catch up with him!

Tonight there will be a baptism of one of the sisters' investigators from Mexico, her name is Quetzalli! She is fantastic! It will be fun to have another baptism here in Prague tonight. She is also making excited to be eating Mexician food in the Czech Republic👍

Another awesome week! Thanks for the emails of support! Love you all!

Elder Belshe 

p.s. So, flashback to Hradec Kralove! This is Mirek, the one that had a baptismal date for a while when I left to come here to be an Assistant, well he got baptized last weekend! This is his picture! He is such a stud, and I have been very blessed.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Easter, MLC and the passion of missionary work

Easter Sunday was fantastic! We had a really good meeting.  The first counselor of the Stake Presidency came and gave a talk purely about Christ. It was fantastic, and just really a bummer that we weren’t able to get any investigators to come to church. However, afterwards we spent a lot of time out talking to people on the street talking about Easter! We had a nice old homeless man come and tell me that we don’t believe in the true Christ. After about 25 minutes of just yelling in my face, the police happened to walk by and I just basically, nonshallantly (don’t know how to spell that) pointed at the homeless guy and said "Help me" the end he left, but then came back about an hour later. This time however I asked him if what he was doing is what Christ would do. He got very quiet, and walked away....if I only I had thought of that before the 35 minutes of yelling. But, it does allow now for a funny story :) After he left, a lot more people were interested in what was going on. It was a blessing in disguise, and our district found several potential investigators. 

Then that night, we had halusky at the Pohořeličti home. Wow! It was fantastic! We got 5 kg of potatoes, 2 kg of bryznda, and 1.5 kg of bacon. Very healthy, and definitely very good. 

MLC was terrific on Thursday when we discussed finding new people to teach, and also about urgency in the work. It was a good, and very inspiring. President got fiery, in a good way, at MLC and really tried to inspire the faith of the missionaries. We had a mission wide fast and prayer, then we have been just brainstorming ideas. We have also tried filming contacts, practice runs within companionships, and so we sat with popcorn with President and the Sister Training Leaders watching 3 hours of film basically planning a training on contacting people. Most missionaries look really sad, and sometimes way too serious when they talk to people, or they do not get to know the person, I have named it the Robot Syndrome :) 

We sincerely hope that in the zone trainings in the following weeks, we will be able to focus and help these two aspects of the work. We talked about the passion of missionary work, and why our heart must be set into the work. My companion Elder Hanis has more heart for the work than anyone else I know, and I am excited to with him share thoughts in the upcoming zone trainings about this! 

This morning I was studying in preparation for a zone training and came across the story of David and Goliath, and I was reading about the tremendous faith and courage that he had even before he entered the battle field. 
1 Samuel 17:25-33
25 And the men of Israel said, Have ye seen this man that is come up? surely to defy Israel is he come up: and it shall be, that the man who killeth him, the king will enrich him with great riches, and will give him his daughter, and make his father’s house free in Israel.26 And David spake to the men that stood by him, saying, What shall be done to the man that killeth this Philistine, and taketh away the reproach from Israel? for who is this uncircumcised Philistine, that he should defy the armies of the living God? 27 And the people answered him after this manner, saying, So shall it be done to the man that killeth him. 28 ¶ And Eliab his eldest brother heard when he spake unto the men; and Eliab’s anger was kindled against David, and he said, Why camest thou down hither? and with whom hast thou left those few sheep in the wilderness? I know thy pride, and the naughtiness of thine heart; for thou art come down that thou mightest see the battle. 29 And David said, What have I now done? Is there not a cause?30 ¶ And he turned from him toward another, and spake after the same manner: and the people answered him again after the former manner.31 And when the words were heard which David spake, they rehearsed them before Saul: and he sent for him.32 ¶ And David said to Saul, Let no man’s heart fail because of him; thy servant will go and fight with this Philistine. 33 And Saul said to David, Thou art not able to go against this Philistine to fight with him: for thou art but a youth, and he a man of war from his youth.

David faced tremendous amounts of opposition and lack of faith from those that he served. He was told that he could not conquer such a mighty man. But with faith in the Lord, using the talents and abilities he had been given, not someone else’s, we know that he was able to conquer the Goliath. All of us face modern day Gladiators, things that we don’t have faith that we can do, whether it be overcoming a sin, a difficult decision, or a life trial, and by having faith over fear we can also slay them. Faith is a true power manifested in those that give their all to the Lord and rely fully upon him. On my mission, I have seen it time and time again, I know that it is true. 

Have a great week!

Shout out to my Dad! His birthday is Monday! He's the best! :)

S Láskou,

Starší Belshe

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Prince of Peace

This week was a good week for us! Over the weekend, after watching the Sunday sessions of conference, we visited the Stake President and his family on a visit to show the Easter Video. They had another visitor from America with them there that also participated. There was a wonderful spirit there, and it was a great opportunity for us to build a better relationship with the stake president.

On Monday, we had interviews with President which are always terrific, and also we spent some time getting things ready for project for Easter in the Prague center square. On Tuesday, a sister missionary who was serving in Phoenix Arizona on visa wait, came and we were able to meet with her. It is exciting that she and Sister Hayden, will be serving in Ceske Budejovice, the same area where I started my mission. After that we went and visited a family named the Dustirovi. Brother Dustir is the Prague High Priests Group Leader, which group was just recently organized. Also a really good visit with them, and we were able to help them share the video with some of their family members. On Wednesday, we had an exchange in Plzen and helped them with their activity at the center square, and we were able to show the video and hand out a few copies of the Book of Mormon. As we hurried back, we brought the elders from Ceske Budejovice, who were also on an exchange in Plzen with the zone leaders (there were a lot of missionaries there in one day) and had them split with us to teach 4 appointments. We had set up the appointments to help members be better member missionaries by sharing the Prince of Peace video with their friends. All of them were great visits, and we are hoping that their friends will also be interested to learn more in the future.

Thursday, we had a special district meeting where we focused on Easter and on Jesus Christ and it was fantastic! The spirit was really strong, and it was the start of a mission fast so that the work could progress at a more rapid rate. We are still striving to reach our goal of a 100 baptisms at the end of the year. President Pohorelicky offered the mission prayer, and it was fantastic and very spiritual! Definitely the highlight of the week for us! 

This weekend we then had our own Easter project here in Prague as we were fasting, where we showed the video to people in the center of Prague. There were many tourists in the area, but many Czechs as well, and we feel that it has been a pretty successful event! It has certainly been a good week!

This week I don’t have a scripture, but I have a testimony. 

Easter is a time for us to remember the resurrection of our Savior, Jesus Christ and what he has done for us. I know that Jesus Christ is our Savior, Redeemer, and certainly the Prince of Peace. In some of the deepest struggles of my mission, and throughout all of my life, Christ has been the one to lift me on his shoulders and help me through those times. I know that he has the power to relieve sin, to make them from scarlet to as white as snow. I know that he has overcome death and we will all live again. And finally, he helps us to reach our potential, our eternal potential. Jesus Christ lives, and is a real being, not a list of attributes that we seek to obtain, but the living son of a loving Heavenly Father who gave everything so that we can obtain everything the Father hath. 

Have a great week! And watch this film! Then talk to your local missionaries and/or share it with your friends, so they can have the knowledge of peace as well! We need your help. We need your testimony.  

Elder Belshe 

The first one is of the stand we had in the center of town for Easter. The others are of the tour Elder Hanis and I did of the center of Prague going and looking inside all of the cathedrals. I have pictured the Rudolfinum, Charles Bridge from one end, and a few other good views.