Sunday, August 26, 2012

Isaac finishes his mission to Japan

Isaac finished his two year mission to Japan.  We had the opportunity to go and pick him up and come home with him and see a little of Japan.  It was great to see him again after two years.  Here is Isaac with President Zinke, who is the Mission President for the Kobe Japan Mission.  He said Isaac was a great missionary.

Isaac with President and Sister Zinke and Jacquelyn and I at the mission home.

Tianna and Caleb came with us on the trip.  Here is Isaac with his big sister at the mission home.

In this blog I'll stick to some of the church people we got to meet.  Then I'll do another blog on some of the sights we saw.  This is Brother Yamada who was showing us around Kobe.

We also got to meet Sister Yamamoto who is one of the new convertes that Isaac taught while on his mission.

Sister Yamamoto with all of us and the skyline of Osaka in the background.  She spent the whole day with us and showed us Osaka Castle, the Aquarium, and other sights in Osaka.
We went on a giant ferris wheel with Sister Yamamoto.

This is Sister  Yamada, a college student, that Isaac taught the gospel to.  Isaac's companion at this time was also from Puyallup.  Elder Taggert.

We were there on Sunday and were fortunate to be there when Isaac did the baptism of Sister Yamada.  That was really a special moment.

This is Sister Misaki, who is the third one of Isaac's new convertes that we met.  They were all very very nice people and excited about the gospel.

Isaac with a couple of other missionaries.  The two on the ends were companions that were Japanese native missionaries.
Finally we got to see and go through a session in the Tokyo Japan temple, right in the middle of Tokyo.
It was a great trip and so much fun to see Isaac and part of Japan.  It made the trip really special to meet three of the people he taught the gospel to, which was the whole reason for his going to Japan and being a missionary.  We are so greatful for Isaac and all that he did for the people of Japan and to help spread the gospel.  Great job Isaac.  You did good.

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