MLC- July

This month we are showing all the candid photos of MLC first with the more formal at the end of this post. Why?

We just want to be a little different this month. Here we go!

President decided to take a selfie with all the Elders……

…so then Sister Browning and the Sisters followed suit.

And speaking of suits, lots of suit jackets off and lying all around after MLC. Especially in the July Tucson heat!

Sister Gadd (the one being held), will be leaving at the end of the month….

That’s right, Sister Baltz, boo-hooo!

The funny/silly/creative picture first….


And finally, the best of all the game– the nice controlled one.

JULY 2018 Mission Leadership Council



MLC- June 2018

I can’t believe it, we have some more guests!!

Just like our May Zone Conferences, we had some special guests for our Missionary Leadership Council….

Elder & Sister Raymond Heyman 

and Elder Taniela Wakolo!

 Because of some other assignment in the area, they were in Tucson, and were willing to come and teach and lift our dear missionaries.

 They made an effort to spend most of the day ministering to our ATM leadership, even though they had a booked schedule.

What a powerful and thrilling meeting.  All were edified and recharged to do the Lord’s work. As Elder Wakolo would say, we were “ON FIRE”!

Elder Wakolo, Elder and Sister Heyman, thank you so much!

Missionary Leadership Council-March 2018

 Missionaries love to find, teach, baptize, bike, serve, share, etc. But there are two more things that they also love to do…EAT and MEET.

That would perfectly describe what an M.L.C. is about.

The ATM leadership meets together to have trainings, discussions, and celebrate the successes of the month. Then we have a lunch break and eat yummy delicious food.

This month Sister Cluff provided the famous “Sonoran Hot Dogs”. They were a hit with the missionaries!

Here are our wonderful and dedicated Zone Leaders, Sister Trainer Leaders, and Assistants.


These are the missionaries that are going home next transfers, thus they are “dying”. Farewell dear missionaries!


And just so you know, this shoe and missionary tag photo took a lot of skill!

And to end the day, the Elders get ready to race to put down the chairs and tables. The record to beat is 45 seconds!