Monday, August 31, 2015

Everything is AWESOME when you're part of GOD'S team!

Hello to all,
Sister Lively and I in the Car
Sister Lively and I Getting Ready for Church
There are some things you learn on your mission you just wouldn't learn anywhere else... Apparently I talk in my sleep! I woke up this morning feeling like I had a conversation with Sister Lively before we drifted off to sleep. We were driving to the track this morning to go run and Sister Lively says, "Do you remember what you said to me last night?" and I think, but I can't remember. She said that I was talking to her in the middle of the night! I asked her what I said and she said that she woke up to me saying, "They just aren't coming," and Sister Lively said, "Where aren't they coming?" and I said, "To church!" and she said, "Who's not coming to church?" and she said that I laughed and said, "Well... HAHA, me!" So I guess that's a bad thing! I am not going to church apparently in my dreams! Good thing the atonement is real :)

This week we had exchanges and I got to stay in Kentucky and be in charge! Wow. A sister named Sister Webb came out and was my companion for 24 hours. It was really great. I was able to learn so much from her! Sister Lively and I have been trying to work on being more bold: specifically with our commitments. Sister Webb helped me with that and I was able to learn so much! I need to "Fear No Man!" We met a lot of people and were able to practice leaving commitments with everyone that we meet; whether it is to read the Book of Mormon, pray, come to Church, or even to just check out mormon.org. By being bold while extending commitments, I have seen the change with our investigators, as they do those things we ask, they change! 
Sister Webb and I on Exchanges
We were able to utilize this skill in a lesson with our investigator, Susan, yesterday. Her husband was working, and her kids were with our mom and so it was basically the best teaching environment! Which was very helpful, because this week we were teaching her the Word of Wisdom. Lots of the people out here have problems with the Word of Wisdom, because that is all they have ever known. They love to drink tea and pretty much everyone here smokes. I come home smelling like smoke more often than not smelling like it. We were pretty nervous about teaching Susan about this, because Sister Lively has seen her smoking before, but we went in and taught her about it anyway. We explained to Susan that Heavenly Father has given us our bodies, and this commandment is to protect our bodies. Susan was so receptive to everything we said!! She told us that she wants to quit smoking and that she has tried to stop, but it has been really hard. We told her that we are there to help her and that her Heavenly Father is there to help her to and to give her the strength that she needs! We are going to start going through the "Stop Smoking" program with her.  She is willing to do it and to live the rest of the Word of Wisdom! We are so excited for her.  I can't wait for next Sunday, because we committed her to be there and she said she would! She is so prepared.

At Church yesterday we had an awesome experience. The second counselor in the Louisville Temple Presidency and his wife came to talk in Sacrament Meeting! It was awesome! He talked about how lots of the Christian churches have a pretty good grasp on Salvation, but we have the knowledge of both Salvation, and Exhalation. It is like a two course meal, and The Savior has paid the bill. The doors of Salvation and Exhalation are opened to us when we make and keep sacred covenants with the Lord. But what is sad is that there are good people out there that haven't made these covenants and they are missing out on the blessings they could have. That is why it is so so important that the Temple should always be in our sights. After we make those covenants, we need to continue to go back, so that those that have passed on can feel the blessings of the gospel. It is so comforting to me to know that we have the knowledge of the restored gospel.

Sierra and I
Sister Lively and I with the Cutest Kids Ever
Adrianna and I
Me with Audrey
I have a some pictures of some of the cute grand kids (Sierra, Adrianna, and Audry) of one of our less active members. They don't know much about Heavenly Father or about Jesus Christ, so we are teaching them! This means that we get to plan little kid lessons which is super fun! This week we taught about Heavenly Father and how he loves us. We talked about how He watches us and sees all the things we do and so we need to do good things. Then the youngest one, Audry who is 5, says, "So he is like Santa Clause? He watches us and we need to be good. Except Santa Clause is not real and Neither is the Tooth Fairy!" It was so funny! She is such a ball of energy! We have fun teaching them.
Wearing Aprons that Sister Lively's Sister Made


I got to have a little taste of home in Kentucky this week! One of the members, Sister Hannah loves to cook for us! A few weeks ago she asked us the things that we love to eat from home. I told her about the Orange Rolls that we make at Thanksgiving and how they are my favorite to make.  She told me that we would make them! We went shopping this week and were able to make them! We had dinner with her two nights in a row. 
Cooking Orange Rolls with the Members

Sister Lively made home-made tortillas and a yummy roast that we shredded up and put in our tortillas. It was good! The next day I was able to make my favorite Orange Rolls and we had ham and home grown potatoes to go with it! Yum! It was so much fun and Sister Hannah loved that we were able to share a part of ourselves with her family! 

Sister Lively and I got Kentucky Sweatshirts
There are some days that I feel like a Lego..... We have a set of instructions that we follow and some of the things we do every single day.  We follow these instructions so that we will be safe and protected and so Heavenly Father can bless us! I know that as I have done these things and worked hard I have been so BLESSED.
(Yes, I am referring to the 'Lego Movie' here. Don't worry I haven't watched it, we aren't allowed!)

Step 1: Wake up at 6:30
Step 2: Exercise for 30 minutes and get ready for the day
Step 3: Personal study at 8:00 for 1 hour
Step 4: Companionship study for 1 hour
Step 5: Training for 1 hour
Step 6: GO OUT AND PREACH THE GOSPEL

Everything is truly awesome, when you're part of GOD'S TEAM! 

D&C 42:6

XOXO

~Sister Kayla Marie Willis


Yup, I'm still here! Write me letters :)

Sister Kayla Willis
1508 Luci Mae Drive 
Kentucky Avenue
Flatwoods, KY 41139

Everyone Out Here Flies Rebel Flags


Monday, August 24, 2015

My Mission is to BLESS

Hey pals, I hope everyone is doing well!


I made a Bull's Eye
Me, Shooting a Bow and Arrow


This week we had zone conference, and it was awesome! The focus was 'My Mission is to BLESS...' and I learned so much! My mission president, President Salisbury and his wife, Sister Salisbury, came down with the assistants, and we all met as a zone. We studied Alma 32 and Preach My Gospel, Chapter 11, in preparation for the meeting. We talked about how in Alma 32 it talks a lot about faith and building testimony. Our faith starts out small and it can grow and grow if we nourish it. It is kind of like the primary song, "Faith is like a seed".  In the song is says, "Faith is like a little seed, if planted it will grow." Faith all begins with a desire, take that desire and plant it, then let it grow. With Preach My Gospel, Chapter 11, we talked a lot about commitments and how to be bold with our commitments. We did some role-plays with the people sitting around us and then President and Sister Salisbury came around with their iPads and filmed us! It was a little nerve-racking. I wondered if this is what the missionaries on the Districts felt like. We were able to learn from the other missionaries and it was very useful. The key to being bold, is having the spirit. If we listen to the spirit and let the spirit guide us on what we should say in our lessons we will be able to better understand our investigators needs and questions and how to help them. By extending commitments, and being bold we will be able to help our investigators progress, so that they can come closer to Christ and know the blessings of the gospel. My mission truly is to BLESS. And I am BLESSED so that I can BLESS others.

Our Investigator Amy had her baptism interview this week! She is amazing and so ready for this! She also stayed for Relief Society on Sunday! She hasn't ever been able to stay, because Evee (her 19 month old baby) is always tired and fussy by the third hour of church. Her husband, Jared, has a calling as a Sunday School teacher now, so now they both have to stay for all of church. So she came to Relief Society and she has a great time, and we are so glad! We are also getting ready for her baptism on the 4th and everyone in the ward is super supportive of her and her decision to get baptized and everything is going great! The support of ward members is SO important for investigators and less active members. They need to feel the love from the ward and to know that they are valued! 

We got to have dinner with Amy and Jared at Jared's parents house this week. Jared's dad is in the bishopric and he and Jared's mom are so much fun!  A few weeks ago (when I ate frog legs) they told us about how they used to always play pranks and have fun with the missionaries. They told us about a time they put a live chicken in the Elders apartment! I guess this was a long time ago, because they said that the rules weren't as strict as they are now. Eva, Jared's mom, told us about something they used to do called a 'plastic dinner'. They wouldn't tell us what it was, but we were really curious! So this week, we had a plastic dinner! We went to sit down at the table and there was colored paper cut out and stuck to the table to look like a plate, a cup and utensils. There was a clear plastic table cloth over the table and we all received a pair of gloves. We had to eat with our hands, right off the table cloth! We had salad (with salad dressing of course) and chicken spaghetti with rolls. It was the most fun I have had for dinner! I want to be able to go home and do it with my family. 
Our Plastic Dinner
Sister Lively and I were both sick this past week, we must have caught a little bug, but don't worry we feel better now, but I forgot to email something that was really funny that made us sick a few weeks ago. Sister Lively had a small can of pepper spray and she sprayed it in the garbage can to see if it worked. Yup it worked alright. I looked in the garbage can, I didn't stick my head in or anything, but I got a huge whiff of pepper spray... and she did too! We were coughing and gagging the better part of our lunch hour. But afterwards, it was really funny. Stay away from pepper spray!
The Countryside
We might have broken mission rules this week and rode on the back of a golf cart... There is a lady that lives in our neighborhood named Joyce, and she tells us to call her Auntie Joyce. Anyways, we went over there to say hi one day and she was outside riding a golf cart! I don't know if I have mentioned this before, but people here LOVE Kentucky University. They are like way proud. Everyone has a million KU shirts, KU jewelry, KU decorations for their house and even KU wreaths for their doors. The Kentucky University colors are blue and white and so Joyce has a blue and white golf cart. On the side of the cart it says 'Jesus' Golf Cart'. She tells us to hop on and she takes us for a ride around the neighborhood! She is such a funny lady, but she is a bit crazy! 
In Front of Jesus' Golf Cart with Auntie Joy
One last thing for the week... I'm going to be a Maid of Honor! The Elders in our ward are teaching a woman named Mary Lou and she is dating a less active member. She is probably in her late 50s, but oh man, she is young at heart! The Elders invited her to church a few weeks ago and she came with her boyfriend. We were introduced to her and we took her to Relief Society with us. She sat next to me and told me that she was Catholic, but that she felt like she should come to this church. She said she had such a good feeling being here and she has felt so welcomed. Mary Lou has come to church every week since, and she wants to be baptized! She can't however, until she either moves out of her boyfriend's house, or gets married. So she came to church yesterday and came up to me and told me she was getting married! She even bought a marriage license and rings and everything. We were so surprised, but so excited! Then she turns to me and tells me that she is looking for a Maid of Honor and asks me if I have a nice dress. I guess she has really taking a liking to me and I told her that all I have to wear is skirts and dresses! I told her I would also have to find out if it would be okay because I didn't know if that would be allowed. So after church we texted the District Leader, and I guess he forwarded that text to the Zone Leaders and they told us that it would be okay. So, wow, that's exciting! Betcha didn't think I would be in a wedding on my mission! Seriously though, we are so happy for Mary Lou's decision to get married so that she can be baptized. 

I love you all and truly hope that you have a fantastic week!

D&C 31:6-8

  XOXO

~Sister Kayla Marie Willis


Sister Kayla Willis
1508 Luci Mae Drive
Flatwoods, KY 41139

Monday, August 17, 2015

CLICK DAY #2

Hi friends,

GUESS WHAT. I made it two months! Happy click-day to me! *Clicks my pen twice* (Click day is how ever many months from when you left home, so missionaries click their pen how ever many months they have been out for) I LOVE being a missionary. Being away from home is hard, but Heavenly Father has showered me with blessings since I have been out here and I have learned so much more about the scriptures and Jesus Christ and what He did for us.
Cute Girl in the Ward got Baptized - Her dad is a Convert
First District in Kentucky 
Okay, Sister Lively, oh man. She cracks me up! One day we are getting ready for bed and she comes out of the bathroom after taking a shower and says to me, "I know something really funny you can say!" and I say, "Okay, what is it?"  And she says "Since your last name is 'Willis', you could introduce yourself to people and say, 'First things first I'm a Willis.'" It was hilarious. 
Sister Lively and I being Gansters
Sister Lively and I Being Cute
 One day we went to visit with Kevin and Sabrina. I think I mentioned them in my first letter while I was here in Kentucky. We haven't been able to meet with them for a long time because they both lost their jobs and have been very busy trying to find a new one. We finally we able to catch them one day and Kevin came outside to talk to us for a few minutes and they had a friend who came out side too. He introduced himself to us as "Rosta" and he was a creep. I know I shouldn't judge, but seriously, we were creeped out! Kevin walked over to his truck to get something and Rosta was talking to us. He told us that he wasn't interested because he worshiped God in his own way. He kept saying things like, "You know what I'm saying?" and "Man it's like this..". He was like a 50 year old hippie! But here's the creepy part! He looked over at me and said, "Your so cute. Oh my gosh." and then he looks at Sister Lively and touches her face! And he says, "I like your mole."  WHAT?  CREEPY! Rosta went back inside and we told Kevin that he was weird and then Kevin says, "Yeah, he's a loony tune!" HAHA, oh man. 
I am Meeting a lot of Hicks
Pretty Kentucky Sunset
 Apart from humor/creeper highlights, I have learned so much this week. I really liked church on Sunday. Sister Lively had the opportunity to give a talk on Sunday. She was super nervous, but she did AWESOME! The topic was, "Being Genuine in the Gospel" from President Uchtdorf's talk in this last conference called, "On Being Genuine".  I learned that we live in a whole where people are always trying to be better than the last! Nobody is ever comfortable to be themselves, and as we are trying to be someone we are not, we can loose ourselves. It reminded me of the scripture in 1 Samuel where it is talking about how man looketh on the outward appearance, but The Lord looketh on the heart. Heavenly Father knows the desires of our hearts and when we act on those desires, if they are good desires, our faith and testimonies will be strengthened. When we are genuine, we are able to find ourselves and we can be truly happy. We can find joy in the service of others. "When you are in the service of your fellow beings, you are in the service of your God. "
Lunch Time - Homemade Beans and Tortillas
Didn't know the White House was in KY...

"Preach the Gospel at all times, and if necessary use words." - President Dieter F. Uchtdorf
Sister Lively shared this quote in her talk, and I love it. People are aware of our actions and they see our example. We can share the gospel with others so simply by setting a good example. People will see the joy and happiness that the gospel has brought to your life and their hearts will soften as they desire that happiness as well. I know that setting a good example is one of the easiest and hardest things to do sometimes, but I know it can bless your life, as well as the lives of others.

1 Samuel 16:7

SO MUCH LOVE YOU TO ALL 

~Sister Kayla Marie Willis


Letters are VERY important for missionaries! If you have a minute, it would be wonderful to hear from all of you. I'm still here :) 
Sister Kayla Willis
1508 Luci Mae Drive
Flatwoods, KY 41139

Went Bowling with the District on Last P-Day Together

I Won the Game









Bowling




Sister Lively and I in a Business Picture














Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Hang On and Be Cool

HELLO EVERYONE!
Holding a Daisy - for Savannah
Sorry, I forgot to tell you all that this week is transfers and so our P-day is on Wednesday. I am not getting transferred though and neither is Sister Lively!! We are staying together, which we are really happy about. Its been an interesting week an a half. Let me tell you how our week started... After last P-day things seemed to be going great, but Tuesday and Wednesday were far from normal. Something was really off. Sister Lively and I were not getting along as well as we usually do, and we weren't happy. We didn't know what the problem was, and I we both just chose to ignore it. This went on, and as we felt contention, our investigators could feel it too. We weren't able to teach because we weren't feeling the spirit. On Thursday night I realized what the problem was. We came home and I'll just say, the house didn't feel right. There were things there, that were not meant to be there. We were so scared, and we didn't know what to do. Sister Lively and I began to pray that evil/dark spirits would be cast out from our home. I felt very uneasy that night, and we even slept with the light on. I woke up almost every hour drenched in sweat and it was hard to go back to sleep. The next day we went to our District Meeting, and we sought help from the Elders. We asked them if we could dedicate our home even though we don't have the Priesthood. We found it in the White Handbook and it says that "Church Members" can dedicate our homes. After our district meeting we went straight home to do that. We said a prayer to dedicate the home, we asked that the house would be protected and that we may be able to feel the spirit while we are there. Immediately after we finished it was a very different feeling in our house. It felt peaceful and welcoming. The contentious spirits were gone and Sister Lively and I felt back to normal again. It was super scary, but I am grateful for the blessings of protection that Heavenly Father can provide for us. 
Sister Lively and I after a District Meeting
Our "Happy Things" Board

Two weeks ago, at our Zone Meeting we talked about how we can better SHOW the Book of Mormon to people, instead of just TELLING them about it. We did an example where a missionary knocked on someones door and started to show all the pictures in the front of the book, and explain what they mean. It was really cool! They were able to bare testimony of the Book of Mormon through the pictures and the stories that are in it. It made me look at the Book of Mormon differently then I ever have before. I never even thought that it might be good to explain to an investigator that the Book of Mormon was written at about the same time as the Bible, just on different continents! 

Sister Lively and I decided we would give this a try. We tried visiting a less-active member, and they weren't home. So we tried to do the Book of Mormon door approach with the neighbor. IT WORKED! Her name is Janet and said she would read it and she was really excited about it! We were excited too! We set up a return appointment for Monday, but when we went over she said her husband didn't want her to read it. She told us that she knew it was true anyways, and that she would sneak a read from it when he wasn't looking! We had to drop her as an investigator, but we are going to stop by every now and then to check on her reading.

We tried using this Book of Mormon door approach later that day and it worked again. Two more times! It was awesome. I have really been working on trying to be bold with people and testify what I know to to be true. One of the houses that we knocked on, belonged to a man named Christopher. I talked with him for a minute explaining that we are missionaries and what we do.  I started talking about the Book of Mormon. He told us that he is Baptist and that our book isn't a part of his religion. I explained that the Book of Mormon can help anyone strengthen their faith in Jesus Christ and began showing him the pictures and testifying of them. Before I could finish he asked, "Can I get one of those books?" I gladly gave him one and he told us that he has been having a bit of a hard time lately, and that he promised he would read it! It was AMAZING. Christopher went from saying that the Book of Mormon wasn't a part of his religion, to asking to have a book for himself! It just really showed me how when you testify, it can soften peoples hearts through the power of the spirit!  We are going back to visit him later this week and we couldn't be more excited!
Kentucky Sign - I LOVE Kentucky
Good Old Countryside

I had my first experience with a man who wanted to Bible Bash us. It was scary! But Sister Lively rocked it. The man used to be a youth preacher for a Baptist Church, he kept saying that he doesn't need the Book of Mormon to get into Heaven and how he has read the book but he knows it's not true. Sister Lively told him about the scripture in Ezeikiel 37 where it talks about the 'Stick of Judah and the Stick of Joseph' and how they are the Book of Mormon and the Bible. He didn't want to listen to us, but we left on good terms. 
Country Roads...Do I Hear a Song Coming On?
Our Street Sign - Real Cute
We had another lesson with our investigators Susan and Travis this week. We finished teaching them about the Plan Of Salvation. Susan was very interested when we started talking about the Degrees of Glory, and told us that is what she has believed her whole life, she didn't think that God would cast his children out to Hell. We talked more about it and Travis was really confused. He asked us if this was all just  teachings from our 'Mr. Smith'. I remembered the scripture that talks about it in the Bible and I pulled it out. 1 Corinthians 15:40-41. I had him read it and then talked about how, this was in the Bible before, but Joseph Smith was able to restore these truths of the Plan Of Salvation for us today. This experience was CRAZY. I have only read that scripture maybe twice, but I know that through the power of the Holy Ghost, It was able to bring it to my remembrance. It was crazy! I didn't even feel like it was me! It just strengthens my testimony even more to know that when the spirit is with me, all I need to do is 'open my mouth and it shall be filled'  -D&C 33:8
A Bridge Out in the Country
A Nice Dog that Followed Us Down Our Street


I am so grateful for all the incredible things I have been able to do and learn, I feel like every morning when we have personal study I am filled with so much knowledge! It is amazing to study the scriptures, I have never studied them like this in my life! But I love the hour in the morning we have to study on our own and sometimes I wish it was longer! I am learning so much and I have so many deep questions come to me that I study out to find the answer to. It is amazing. I LOVE being a missionary for my Heavenly Father to help bring his children to the gospel!

D&C 98:1

I LOVE YOU ALL

~Sister Kayla Marie Willis


Sister Kayla Willis 
1508 Luci Mae Drive
Flatwoods, KY 41139

Monday, August 3, 2015

Called to SERVE

"Yo, my name is not Theodore... ITS ARMPIT"

Country Girl
One night Sister Lively and I were talking after we got in bed and turned off the light, and we discovered that we both LOVE the movie "Holes" and we have been quoting it non-stop for the last week. The funny thing is that we can say the same line everyday and its still funny! That line is the one above this paragraph. We sure do have a lot of fun together. One day we tried throwing goldfish crackers into each others mouths at lunch! Sometimes we blast MOTAB in the car sometimes and sing at the top of our lungs! Its hilarious. "If you aren't laughing, you're crying." as Sister Lively would say. Thanks to my parents, I have a CD with David Archuleta singing "Glorious" and "Be Still, My Soul" on it, and they are songs that we can listen to. What a great time to be alive! :)

Country Living
Country Night View
So when missionaries have cars to drive, they have to have their companion back them out. Sister Lively is the driver, so that means that I have to stand outside the car when she is backing up and direct her. Some people think it is embarrassing but I think it is funny. It just reminds me of backing people up at Wiggy Wash and it makes me laugh! I brag about my awesome backing up skills to Sister Lively, because sometimes I add a little dancing to it! Ah, its funny.

"If ye have desires to serve God ye are called to the work;" -D&C 4:3
This week has been a week of service. We have been doing so much to help with our ward because one of the members passed away this past week. Sister Lively and I were at the church for 5 hours on Saturday helping set up and serve the food for the funeral services. It was a lot of work, but it was well worth it! We were really able to get to know the ward a lot better and really build that trust with them, which will help us later when we are trying to ask for referrals. :)
Country Girls in front of Barn
Cute Bunnies


We had a couple of other unexpected service opportunities. We were walking one day and we were trying to know where we should go and Sister Scherr, a new baptized member of the ward, drives by in her car and stops. We talked to her for a minute and she seemed really flustered. We asked her if there was anything we could help with and she said she was going to clean her daughter's house because she is pregnant and on bed rest. So we hopped in her car and we were off! On the way there, she told us that she was praying that she would be able to find somebody to help her to clean. She said that she didn't know what to do and then she passed us in her car. The Lord works in mysterious ways, but I am grateful that we were able to be in the right place at the right time so that Sister Scherr's prayers would be answered.
Held a Hedgehog at a Flea Market

It was towards the end of the month and we were running low on our miles. We decided to have a car fast, and we went without our car for a whole day! It was HOT, but we went tracting in a new neighborhood. We had been tracting for about an hour and no one was answering their doors. NO ONE. It was so discouraging. We finally stopped and sat down on the street in the shade, because there are no sidewalks. I suggested that we say a prayer. We said a prayer right there in the middle of the street. Then we decided that we should try one more home before walking back home. We knocked on a door and a woman opened it, she was holding a paint tray with a paint roller. We asked her if she needed any help painting and she declined for a minute but we were persistent. She let us in. She didn't have a lot to paint, because she has already done a lot but she was grateful for the help we offered. We painted for about twenty minutes and talked to this lady for about an hour after that! She was awesome! Her name is Brenda and she is a teacher for deaf children. She isn't married and doesn't have any kids, but she is really fun! We even talked in British accents with her for about a half hour! That was fun. She goes to a Pentecostal church, and she doesn't live in that house yet, she is going to be moving into it next year when she retires. But we left her a spiritual thought and a card with our phone number so that if she is ever in the area she can call us! It was an answer to our prayer to meet Brenda and I know that Heavenly Father was looking out for us. He is all-knowing and everything happens for a reason. Brenda is not ready to hear the gospel yet, but I know that because of the kindness that we were able to show her, she will be accepting to missionaries in the future and someday be able to hear the truthfulness of the restored gospel. 
Went to West Virginia for Zone Meeting

Our investigator, Amy, decided on a BAPTISM DATE! September 4th. We are so excited! She is so ready and she has been going one month without coffee yesterday! We LOVE going over to her house to read the Book Of Mormon with her. She is amazing and she is so excited to be able to progress with her husband, Jared, who is already a member. They are amazing! This week Jared also made Sister Lively and I sling shots! Y'all better watch out for us! Okay, actually we don't even know how to use them, we just use them as whips sometimes. But we are going to learn! 
*Kentucky accent* "Them sling shots gonna hurt, y'all betta run up to them hollars!" 

In ward counsel we talked about goals and I wanted to share it with all of you. We talked about how we need to have a strong foundation with high standards. When we learn about the Temple and set the goal to be married in the Temple we will be able to avoid temptation easier. We will know what our goal is and be able to stand up and do the right thing if the time arises. For example, if we decide that we do not want to smoke cigarettes, if a situation arises where we are offered one, it will be so much easier to say no, because you have already made that decision long ago that you are not going to smoke. I know that as we keep our standards high and set these goals to do the right thing, we will be blessed. 
Sister Lively and I
Sister Lively and I Again


D&C 84:85

SO MUCH LOVE Y'ALL BACK HOME

~Sister Kayla Marie Willis

Sister Kayla Willis
1508 Luci Mae Drive 
Flatwoods, KY 41139