Enjoy this episode with Andrew Penman who served in the Scotland Ireland mission from July 2014 to July 2016! You are also invited to explore Andrew’s mission blog HERE.
Omagh, Northern Ireland Winter 2015
All Ireland Conference Jan 2015
The missionary flat (apartment) in Dunfermline, the study area
Elder Forbush & Elder Penman visit an old castle in Fife Scotland, February 2015
With Brother Mlotkiewicz. He played the bagpipes in their ward in Dunfermline Scotland!
Left to right is my self, beloved friend Gary, Johnny (fellowshiper and a best friend), Elder Mulville
The “Belfast Blitz”. Elder Penman’s zone set a goal to get 220 contacts from 4 hours of the zone “blitzing” and street contacting. They got 225. There were several baptisms off of the names and numbers they collected that day. They celebrated by having pizza.
The members in the Holywood Road Ward in Belfast called these 4 Elders the “Fab Four” because they worked really hard and turned the work around in that part of Belfast. From left to right: Elder Parkinson, Utah, Elder Penman, Elder Mulville, California, Elder Wilson, South Africa.
A typical “Moves” day for the zone leaders–coordinating the moves for dozens of missionaries–crammed in the back are 3 sister missionaries and some of their luggage.
Visiting the famous St. Andrew’s Golf Course in Scotland
This is a picture of Steven just moments before being baptized! (With my cast on…)
All the missionaries that went home on the same day as me! The picture was taken just beside Pratts Hill. As mentioned earlier, we start our mission at this location to commit ourselves to the work and we end our mission here to reflect.