Sunday, November 26, 2017 – Elder Kyle Johnson’s Mission Report, Report to High Council
This morning we had the privilege of attending Elder Kyle Johnson’s mission report in his home ward. He gave a great talk. He stood at the pulpit with no notes and spoke for 15 minutes quoting General Authorities, teaching us about the sacred history of Nauvoo, and relating personal faith promoting stories. He was great.
Technically this was not Elder Kyle Johnson’s mission report. He still has 18 months left to serve here in Arizona before he finishes his two year mission. You can say this was a report on the first quarter of his mission. Elder Kyle Johnson is currently assigned to be a grounds keeper at the Mesa Arizona Temple.
This afternoon Sis. Johnson and I were invited to meet with the Alma Stake High Council and report our mission to the brethren. We took about 20 minutes and told them some of the very special experiences we’ve had during our mission to the Illinois Nauvoo Mission.
Our report to the Stake High Council today was our final thing to do as we conclude our mission. This brings to an end a very wonderful and special mission experience for Sis. Johnson and I. We will forever treasure the memories and cherish the new friends we’ve made. We pray our service will be an example to our friends, family and especially to our grandchildren for generation to come.