November 4-8 MTC 2 - Preach My Gospel

Welcome to our lovely room at the MTC. Everything was perfect except the bed - it was a queen which is not good for people who are accustomed to sleeping in a king! After unpacking, we visited the cafeteria for the first time which had everything your eyes and stomach could imagine from customized wraps, to salad bars, sushi, Mexican food, comfort foods, drinks galore, etc. Every meal had so many options there was always something healthy or calorie-laden, whichever you wanted. We were glad the chocolate-iced brownies weren't available every day because they were impossible to resist. Seeing all the young missionaries at the MTC filled us with hope for the future. They are clean, bright, beautiful and full of faith in their Savior. Elder Zwick of the Quorum of the Seventy spoke at the Tuesday night devotional about keeping physically and spiritually safe while serving. His talk was in the "listen-to" category, not "made for dozing".

The Bed for Two From Hell (Even Though
Nothing in the MTC is From Hell)

A Room With a View

The District Mail Boxes - The Most
Popular Hall in the MTC (This was During
Class Hours)

Six Stitched Pics of the Cafeteria - It is Even Bigger in Person As the Far Concourses
Extend into the Distance

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