Monday, November 2, 2015


This last week was cool. Nothing too exciting happened. We went down to Mena on Halloween to see a guy I taught get baptized. It was cool to see Elder Nau too. Hopefully we'll be going down there again sometime soon to see another person who I had a strong hand in teaching get baptized. Meanwhile here in Sallisaw, we've got a baptism scheduled for this Saturday so we're hoping that everything goes well with that. Right now we're working on finding people to teach because our pool is pretty small right now. My companion is pretty quiet so I gotta work on helping him be more comfortable talking to people. And our ward had a chili contest, and Elder Kealer and I decided to enter it, and the sisters serving in Gore gave us a chili recipe and we made some chili from scratch. We were hoping to win but we took like 4th place if it was in order of worst to best. We won 'Hottest Chili' and ours wasn't even spicy...
Well other than that, I've been listening to a lot of BYU speeches because they're pretty good. My favorite speaker has got to be Bruce R. McConkie. He is very knowledgeable and he knows how to speak. 
Love, Elder Naegle

P.S.  Also could you extend my appreciation and thanks to Papa Roy for sending me a GPS, it has really helped out a bunch. Thanks, love you!

From my days as a Protestant Pastor

The baptism in Mena

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