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  1. If You Could Ask God One Question…

    January 14, 2013 by Sister Roueche

    On Saturday I went to an activity for the Relief Society women at church and we brought one of our AWESOME investigators and her daughter. The activity? Baking cookies and bread. This might not sound so revolutionary to you, but let me tell you, baking is a pretty modern concept to most Koreans, and it was for our investigator, too, who is Filipino. (more…)


  2. Edward vs Jacob: The​ worldwide debate in​ every language.

    January 7, 2013 by Sister Roueche

    “Call Me Maybe” just played in the cafe where I am writing this week, and I am so out of the world that I mistook the singer for Taylor Swift and didn’t freak out over how great and ridiculous “Call Me Maybe” is until it was over. But, I’m making up for it now because Walk the Moon is now playing and I am thoroughly appreciating it…despite the fact that missionaries don’t listen to pop music. Oops. (more…)


  3. Senior for a Day

    December 31, 2012 by Sister Roueche

    HAPPY NEW YEAR! Almost. Last week was pretty epic with Christmas and parties and loads of caroling all week, but I want to tell you about an awesome experience I had two weeks ago. (more…)


  4. A Special Christmas Broadcast

    December 25, 2012 by Sister Roueche

    Merry Christmas!!! I hope that you are all enjoying the wonders of this GREAT SEASON! My greatest present this year, besides the opportunity to be here in Korea, is that I get to talk to my parents on the phone! (more…)


  5. Party Time!

    December 17, 2012 by Sister Roueche

    This week I got to travel up to Daejeon where our mission’s headquarters is and have a giant Christmas party with all the other 94 missionaries serving with me.  (more…)


  6. Let it snow, let it snow, let it…SNOW!

    December 10, 2012 by Sister Roueche

    I am currently emailing from the post office across the street from my new apartment! [Gwangju map wiki]  And new it is! Nothing but dishes and furniture when we moved in. Slowly, thanks to the generosity of the elders already serving here and the local church members, we have collected some supplies and food. I am now dreading the amount of money I’ll have to spend one day when I move to a new city…a transition some might call “the real world.” My new companion 허상아 자매 (Sister Heo) and I are the “test run” for our mission in how to open a new area. With missionaries flooding the world, many places that haven’t had missionaries before or recently will go through what we are going through right now: a lack of hangers. Actually not being able to unpack was really the least of our concerns. On my way here, I gave away my Book of Mormon at the train station, so I didn’t even have a Book of Mormon to show people when we went out to teach! (more…)