Mision Chile Concepcion Sur

Mision Chile Concepcion Sur
Called to Serve

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Keeping up the Pace.

This week was really cool and spiritual. Also really challenging. So first a spiritual experience or two.

So we had asked the branch president for referrals and less actives that we could visit. He told us about a less active who he had met once but didn`t know really well. He gave us a phone number and basically said go for it because they live in a really rural part. We gave the number a call and after talking to the fellow he seemed more than happy to invite us to his house. We then talked to the branch president again so that he could give us a ride in his car and we went. The brother was really excited to see us and actually said that it was the first time that a branch leader and the missionaries had taken time to go to his house. He expressed a lot of gratitude and shared with us his story. It was a long story. Then we left. But we all felt better for having visited the family and it was good.

This week we also got a call about a member who moved for Concepcion to our area. This member is really sick and asked for a blessing and for the sacrament. On Sunday we went with a brother from the branch and gave her a blessing and you could tell the peace that the house received after we had given her the blessing and the sacrament. Also we were really impressed by the faith of the sister because after we talked to her we realized that she had been a member for less than a year but that she valued the things she learned so much that she wanted to keep in contact with the church.

Those were two cool experiences this week. 

Sorry I never have pictures the computers here in the new city aren`t really adequate
to send them.

Love you all,

Elder Miller

Friday, March 17, 2017

Did I that it was beautiful? Did I that it was beautiful?

Well here I am in Curacautin. The weather has been rather odd. It is either raining and really cold or really sunny and hot. It is rather bothering because I never know how to dress. The branch here is really cool though. There are about 30 members or so and they are all really nice. The branch president has a lot of fuego (fire) and it is great. My companion and I get along super well. I don`t think i have had comp study this fun in the mission because we just get caught up with what we are doing. He really likes to learn and he is really humble so that is fantastic.

I had a cool experience this week. We were waiting for a bus and where we were there was two different buses that pass by. One bus just passed by the main road and the other has a route inside a small community and then goes to where we were going. We were waiting and the bus that goes through the community comes and we didn´t get on because it comes back out so we could still catch it before it left. However there was a guy who motioned for us to get on but we had to cross a kind of busy street so we didn`t at that time. We wait and get on the bus when it comes out again and I sit down kind of close to the guy that told us to get on the bus. He ends up talking to us for the whole bus ride and was really interested in going to the English

classes that we have. So that was a cool.

Love you all,

Elder Miller
                                          love finding pictures from missionary mommas

Wednesday, March 8, 2017


So first thing. I am pretty sure it is still technically supposed to be summer here in Chile. However this last week I have been really cold. Like really cold. However its okay because today is sunny.

Howerver I am in Curacautin. It is a small town however bigger than Vilcún. Also it is really cool here because we are really close to a lot of different volcanoes. Also Elder Clark is here in the branch, however in a different city so i don´t really see them that much.

Also my companion is really cool as well. He is from Kaysville and went to Davis High. His name is Elder Pace. We just have a blast here. It is really fun working with him. He just barely got out of his training and he is really fun. 

Well lots of love.

Elder Miller