Another week in the magical land of Greenville

Well this week was crazy. A little but of a bummer, but still good nonetheless.

So let’s get to the thick of what happened this week.

On Tuesday we visited B., and boy he has been going through a lot. Because of the excessive humidity here in the South, mold is a continuous problem. B.’s son C. has been having breathing issues in their house for the last few weeks, so B. decided to look in the air ducts to find the problem. He found black mold, which is really nasty stuff and can cause major problems. He thought he was cleaning it up but instead he stirred it all up and it spread EVERYWHERE in his house. His son ended up not being able to breathe and was sent to the ER in an ambulance. Brother M. offered to put B. and his son in a motel after they got out of the hospital, and they were frantically searching for a place to live. We visited him there. We gave both of them blessings of health from mold exposure and then had a brief lesson with them.

I personally didn’t think that things could get much worse for them, but it did. Kind of.

The next day we were trying to get in contact with B. and found out some unfortunate news from Brother M. B. had been asked to come to court for a consultation on child care payment, which ended up being a ruse to get him in from of a judge. Apparently B. had been refusing to pay child support to his ex-wife for one of his sons who doesn’t live with him or her, and is an adult. His son hadn’t been living with her in years but she was still taking child support regardless, which is really crooked. Nonetheless, B. was not paying it, and rather naively, thought he could just explain the situation to the judge.

As you can imagine, he got thrown in jail.

At first, this seemed like a pretty big roadblock for B.’s progression, however, I think this is for the better.

We had been told that he would be in jail for about 6 months, but a few of our members were able to work something out and he won’t be there for longer than 50 days!

B. may not realize this, but I think this is an answer to his prayers. He had been praying to find a new place to live, but the only places he could find wouldn’t be available for a month or so, which wouldn’t work considering the state of his current home. Now B. has a solid month where he has a place to live, and also lot’s of time to do nothing but read the Book of Mormon! Something he struggled with was staying focused on studying the scriptures and getting distracted by social media and such, but now he will be free of that! The apartment he wants to move into will also be available right when he gets out of jail!

As for his son, C. is staying with his Grandparents, who were previously opposed to the church. That changed on Saturday, when we helped them move B.’s stuff out of his moldy apartment into storage. They were really impressed with us and thanked us for bringing religion into his life. They had previously been giving B. a lot of grief for wanting to join the church, but now they are supportive of him!

I personally think that this is all was God’s way of turning Satan’s victory into a better outcome on our part. It just goes to show that our trials are for our good. And while B. may not look at it that way right now, I think he will in the future.

We will still hopefully have several baptisms this upcoming month. Bo., a non-member who missionaries have been working with for years now, will hopefully be baptized on the 20th of September. Although the missionaries previously in our area have been the ones facilitating her progression, we decided to give her to the Sister Missionaries because they were better friends with her and we didn’t feel right being the ones in charge of everything with her because we hardly knew her (because we whitewashed in).

The Elders (us), will be having a baptism this month soon. D. T., who I have not talked about much, should be baptized on the 27th of September, and his son should be baptized shortly after. He is one of those “miracle investigators” that pretty much does everything himself. We have hardly even met with him because we didn’t even realize he wasn’t a member. We thought he was a high priest, and he knows about as much as one.

We will be meeting with him soon, so hopefully things will go well there.

On Saturday, we had a free car wash at the church that the ward puts on every year to bring in new members. It was awesome! We had a decent amount of people show up and even had a few people come to church as a result. One guy named J. showed up to church who was an all around cool guy. We haven’t met him yet but he is a guitar player and at the car wash he played one of the youth happy birthday.

We had 6 people show up to church this week, which was crazy awesome. I am not used to having this many people show up to church so I get a little stressed out on Sundays. Honestly though, if I am stressed out every week because of so many people coming to church, so be it! It’s great!

The Hispanic couple showed up for church again, which was good. We will be having dinner with them sometime this week hopefully. I am excited to see what comes of that.

Other than that, the rest of the week was pretty slow. I went on exchanges with Elder R. (one of our Zone Leaders) who was companions with Elder S. in Blythewood for 6 months or so. We always have a lot to talk about, so that was fun.

This District is so awesome! Honestly I am really blessed to be in this District. The missionaries here are really good, hard workers and I don’t have to deal with any disobedience or drama. They are all on fire with the work here!

Transfers are coming up next week. I don’t think anything is going to change here, but Elder M. seems to think he is leaving. I think the Zone Leaders must have told him something on exchanges that I don’t know, cause he seems sure of it. The only change that I could see happening here is us getting a third missionary in our companionship, which has been happening a lot more lately. We will see though.

Anyway, that is my week. I have a feeling that I will have a lot more to talk about this upcoming week, but we will see.

Until next week,

Elder Jeremiah Brown

Here’s a picture shared by one of the sisters in his district from a service opportunity they had this week at a food bank called Harvest of Hope.  In her words,”Also this week we had a fun district service project…We got to put together boxes, pack boxes with food
for people, sort through cans of soda, and sweep and mop.” So fun to hear and see more about what his week was like!



No hablo español

Well. This week was amazing! I don’t even know where to begin but here goes.

On Monday we went to downtown Greenville for P-Day, and let me just tell you, Greenville has one of the coolest down towns I have ever seen! I wasn’t able to get too many pictures because we were only there for a little bit, but next time I go I will get some better pictures because it was awesome.

We had an odd experience Tuesday evening. We went out with A. H., a recent convert who always is wanting to come out with us (he is awesome) and visited a few potential investigators. We stopped by someone who was listed as pretty interested in the Area book, so we had high hopes. Lets just say that the guy was probably on some sort of hardcore drug because man, he was crazy. At one point I thought he was going to attack me, so we left.

On Wednesday we had some good lessons. We also had ward coordination and Book of Mormon class (that we teach) that night which was good as usual. B. came to the Book of Mormon class and you would think that he was a member! Because Brother M.(our ward mission leader) was B.’s ride home, he stayed and actually sat in for ward coordination. I was a little worried because I wasn’t sure what he would think about our meeting, he being new to the church, but he actually added more to the meeting than most of the ward missionaries. He will be a really good member missionary once he is baptized.

Oh, speaking of that, B. is on date to be baptized on the 10th of September. I can’t remember if I said that last week or not.

Thursday we had something really awesome happen! We got a call from the Mission Vehicles Coordinator asking which one of us wanted to be the designated driver. Obviously we were a bit confused. He explained that we were going to be getting a car for the next few weeks, and he thought that we had been told that. You can imagine tears of joy were pretty much shed. Our area is the largest bike area in the mission, and not by a small amount. You can fit the next largest bike area in our area at least 7 times, if that puts anything into perspective. It is, however, a lot safer to bike in than Blythewood was, so I can’t complain.

We ended the night with a lesson with B., which was good as always. He is staying strong and is super excited for his baptism in a couple weeks.

Friday we spent a lot of the day working on merging the old paper Area Book with the new electronic one (which was supposed to be done almost a year ago :/) and waiting for our car to arrive. We were a bit disappointed to find out that we would not be getting the car until Saturday, but we had no room to complain. We randomly got a call from a less active here who speaks no English. It was kinda hard talking to him but I was able to communicate a little. He wanted us to come and visit him. I need to brush up on my Spanish because I am constantly meeting people here who don’t speak English. Ever since the Spanish Elders left, our district has been working with a ton of Hispanics and it is kinda overwhelming. Anyway, I want a Spanish name tag.

The night before we got a call from Bishop, asking for us to give a blessing on Friday to a lady who was visiting from another ward in Florida. She was taking care of her non-member sister, who is a paraplegic, and asked for us to give them both blessings. She lived WAYYY up in the top of our area, so we got a ride from Brother S., one of our ward missionaries. Let me just tell you, Greenville is GORGEOUS! Seriously, the upper part of our area (near Table Rock State Park for those of you who know the area) is one of the most beautiful places I have seen. It’s a strange mixture of green subtropical forest and farmland. Next time we go up I will take some pictures. Maybe we will hike Table Rock one of the PDays too.

On Saturday, WE GOT THE CAR!!! It was beautiful. She’s a beautiful, old, heavily used, 2013 Corolla and we are still trying to decide what to name her. We celebrated that night by eating dinner at CookOut (Basically the equivalent of southern In-n-Out), and then visiting less actives in the part of our area that has been previously not been accessible via bike. We didn’t get to talk to too many people, but it was really nice having 4 wheels instead of 2. It had been almost 9 months since I actually drove a car for an extended period of time. I was a little shaky at first but my driving skills have come back (what little I had at least).

On Sunday we had an awesome sacrament meeting. We had 6 different investigators show up, which is a record for me, and honestly I was overwhelmed with how many people I had to herd around. We had a random Hispanic couple show up to church who were new to the area and came here because it was the closest church to them. Well, they chose the right one! We are going to be having dinner with them tomorrow and hopefully them, and their family, will join the church!

After church, we visited a less active member that nobody knew anything about with Brother M. We weren’t sure what to expect but he ended up being a really cool guy! He had gone a little less active over the last couple years but wanted to get himself and his non-member wife back into church! He is a stellar guy, the kind that you could see being an Elders Quorum President or something like that. It was a really awesome experience!

We ended the evening at the Stakes semi-annual priesthood meeting, which was awesome. We also got to see all of the missionaries in our Zone, which doesn’t happen too often so that was a lot of fun.

B. came to the Priesthood meeting, but he did not make it to church today because of some family troubles. He is going through a lot of struggles right now and everything that could go wrong for him has pretty much gone wrong. We are used to seeing this in our investigators because there is always a time like this before baptism, but he definitely is having some of the worst struggles I have seen. Luckily, he is not struggling spiritually, and we are still really hopeful that he can be baptized in a few weeks!

Anyway, that is my week. Hope you all had a great one as well!


Elder Jeremiah Brown

Downtown Greenville.




The Hunter Family. Brother Hunter was my WML in Blythewood.DSC00282



Me pointing at my hand-print on the Hunters wall.DSC00271



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Crazy week

This week was crazy awesome! In terms of numbers and quality, it has
been the most successful week of my entire mission!

We were honestly so busy this week that I had no time to keep a weekly
log every night, so this email may be a bit short as a result.

So B., the guy we started teaching last week, is crazy awesome and
elect! We have taught him all of the lessons and he is on date for
baptism on September 10th! In my entire mission I have never met
someone so eager to be baptized and become a part of this church.
Normally it takes at least several weeks to get through all of the
lessons with an investigator but we literally have finished them in
about a week and a half.

B. is truly an example of what happens when members do missionary
work. We can knock doors all our missions and not run into one person
like B., but when members make just a small effort to share the
gospel with their friends, they bring future leaders, families, and
strong members into the gospel.

Literally, we have had to tell B. to slow down. That is how excited
he is about this. Our only worry for him is the time between now and
his baptismal date. We know that with someone as awesome as him, the
devil is going to work hard to keep him from joining the church. So
far, however, B. has overcome all of the trials thrown at him, like
his family ignoring him and giving him lot’s of garbage.

Anyway, we spent several evenings at B.’s house having dinner and
teaching him the lessons. When we got to the commandments, Elder
Mitchell and I were really worried there was going to be a problem
because so far teaching B. was easier than in the MTC! It was
literally like he was straight off of the missionary training videos!
The commandments ended up being really easy! The hardest thing that
B. had to give up was his sweet tea. It seems like in most places,
smoking or drinking would be the hardest thing to give up, but here in
the south, EVERYBODY drinks tea. People offer us tea all the time, and
sometimes get offended with us not drinking something as seemingly
innocent as tea.

Anyhow, by the next lesson, B. had gotten rid of his tea, coffee,
and cigarettes! Talk about a true desire! He is so much happier now
that he has started living the Gospel! It is crazy how it can change
people’s lives for the better if they just open their hearts and minds
and grab onto it.

We spent a good amount of time this week looking for new apartments to
move into, as well as re arranging our area boundaries with the Sister
Missionaries. We finally found a place that we think might work. It is
pretty nice and hopefully it will put us pretty close to where we need
to be.

Yesterday, I was talking to Brother M. (my Ward Mission Leader
who lived in Sacramento) and we figured out that Tim Gibson, who used
to live in 5th Ward, is a common acquaintance! He is really good
friends with him and I thought it was so cool meeting someone who
knows so many people. Brother Mortimer also told me that he taught
Brother Pinney’s father when he was on a mission there! Crazy!

It is so cool that so many people from Sacramento are here. I think
President Turner is messing with me.

We visited a lot of potential investigators this week and found a few
new people who might be interested. The people of the upstate are way
different than down in Columbia. Almost everybody in Columbia is
generally pretty nice, however, there were very few people we met who
were genuinely interested in what we had to say. Here in the upstate
(as southerners call it), there isn’t as much in between. We have a
lot of people who really don’t like us, and then a lot of people who
are genuinely interested. I prefer the latter cause I can deal with
angry people, but uncommitted people make me angry.

E., a recent convert of the previous missionaries, came to church
yesterday after about a month of not coming. He told us that he was
really nervous about just walking into church as a young adult and so
he would often times show up, only to not come in. It was just a good
reminder of how important member fellowship is with new converts and
less actives, and even active members. It is my personal opinion that
every active member should make it an effort to have some less active,
recent convert, or even lonely or struggling member as a friend. If we
all did this, less activity would decrease and the Church would grow
in unity.

Anyway, because so much happened this week and I have so little time,
here are the highlights of my week:

-Teaching an illiterate man. There are so flipping many of these in the south.

-Teaching B. and putting him on date, or rather, him putting
himself on date basically.

-Giving a talk this Sunday after finding out the day before. Yeah.

-Biking less than usual because members were clutch this week.

-Seeing my trainer Elder Kuamo’o at sports day on Monday!! Coolest
thing ever and man I miss that guy.

-Finding out about an old investigator in Blythewood who is now
solidly progressing towards baptism!


This week was so flipping awesome! I love this area and the people
here! I am so grateful for the opportunity to be here and I have
learned so much in the last 2 weeks!

Spiritual thought for the week:

Jacob 6:12

12 O be wise; what can I say more?

Pretty good advice. Don’t do dumb things. Remember that even if there
is no explicit commandment telling us to not do something, it doesn’t
mean that it is ok to do. Be wise.

Have a great week you beautiful people!


Elder Jeremiah Brown


Mom’s note:  I just received some pictures from the mom of one of the sister missionaries serving in Jeremiah’s ward so I thought I’d post them!  What a fun Monday morning surprise for me!

Her caption read:

Elder Hawkins is “dying” (going home) at the end of this transfer, so of
course we had to take an appropriate photo.image1-10



Running into relatives and other beautiful insanity

This week was AWESOME!!! This area is seriously amazing!! I have so
much to talk about here because there is so much good stuff going on

Maybe it’s because my last area was pretty tough, but this area keeps
getting better and better!

Like literally there are so many awesome things that have happened
this week I think I might forget some.

Let’s start with Monday:


So today was a lot of fun. We started our PDay by shopping at the
Walmart down the street and writing our emails there. Luckily we
didn’t have to carry our groceries home because the Zone Leaders came
and picked us up to go play frisbee at their place. I had to buy $60
worth of groceries because there wasn’t much food here when we got
here and I eat a ton more now that I am biking every day.

We are in an interesting situation here. Our area is not supposed to
be a bike area. It is really biker friendly, but our area is HUGE. We
have the largest bike area in the mission by at least 3x. The car got
taken away here temporarily a while ago, but they never gave it back.
So basically we are bike elders in a car area. I am not complaining
though, because this area is soooo awesome! As a result of this we are
going to be reorganizing our boundaries with the sisters who share the
Ward with us, so that we can actually manage our area.

Anyway, we bike a lot of miles in a day. I think the most we have
biked so far is about 35ish miles in one day, which in a mountainous
area can tire you out real quick.

We ended up staying inside with the Zone Leaders at their place and
playing Star Wars Risk because it decided to dump rain all day.
Afterward we biked to a few potential investigators, got cussed out a
bunch, and then biked home. It was a good day.


Today we spent a lot of time biking and trying to figure out where we
are going to move to. Along with the boundary madness here, we have to
find a place to move into before the end of September. Yay.

In the evening we decided to visit some less actives along the way to
the Bible study class we do every Tuesday evening. We decided to go
visit the H. family, who are part less active and part active. We
met Ad., who lives with his parents right now while he goes to
school. We talked for a good while about life and everything, and
somehow we got on the subject of family history. Well after a little
talking, we realized that we were flipping related!!

Let’s just say that the last thing I expected to find out here was my
3rd cousin. So whack. (Mom, dad, I will explain in more detail in a
different email. No need to bore people over our family history)

Anyway so we ended up missing bible study that night, but oh well.
Nobody ended up showing up anyway and we weren’t the ones teaching
that night.


Today we spent most of our day coordinating and doing some research on
where we are going to move. As much as there wasn’t a ton of
proselyting today, we were still pretty successful with missionary

Our Ward Mission Leader gave us a call before he came to pick us up
for Ward Coordination, and he told us some super exciting news! He had
a friend named B. that he had shared the gospel with a long time
ago, and the friend pushed away from it. Well just earlier today he
was having a conversation with him and found out that B. was in a
really low point of his life and he asked if he could learn more about
our church! We video called him that night and he was SUPER solid!!!!
He was super humble and wanted to change his and his son’s lives. He
wanted to come to church and even wanted to fast with us this fast
Sunday! It was amazing and I still can’t believe how prepared he is!
It just goes to show that when we share the gospel we may not realize
how much of an impact it has until years later!


Today I had to get to the Church early to do a Baptismal Interview for
a little girl the Zone Leaders were going to be baptizing that
weekend. Afterward we did weekly planning at the church for a while.
While we were there we got a call from a member of another Ward who
was moving into our Ward. He needed help moving some stuff into his
new house so we agreed to help him. He came and picked us up and we
helped him out with it. A., the new member, is a crazy awesome
guy. Elder Mitchell new him from his last area and he is a HUGE help
to missionary work. Like literally, he is HUGE. A. weighs over
400 pounds, and has lost a ton of weight. He told us that at one point
he weighed over 600 pounds, which means he has lost more weight than I

Anyway, after we helped A. we finished weekly planning, had
dinner, and then biked to visit a couple less actives with little
success. Afterward we biked back to the church to help with Spanish
class which we were in charge of that night. Spanish class isn’t too
hard to teach because all you do is point to pictures and words and
have them repeat the words in English. Luckily we also had a Spanish
speaker there.

After that Brother S. gave us a ride home and I finished up the
night by making calls.


Today we had ZTM in the morning, which took up a large portion of our
day. Afterward we tried to visit some potential investigators with
little success. From there we went to dinner with Brother M.
(our WML) and B. It was awesome! We had a great lesson with B.
and he was very receptive to what we had to say! We spent a long time
talking about the Restoration and it was so cool. After that we went
home and finished our day.


Today we spent a long time moving A. into his house. He was
officially moving today and had asked the Elders Quorum to come help.
Nobody but us and his old Bishop showed up, which was a little
annoying, so it took a long time.

After that I had the interesting experience of answering a call from a
less active member of our Ward. He was going through a tough time in
his life and I literally had to talk him through it while he sobbed on
the other end. It was kinda terrifying for me and I was a little
shocked by it, but it ended up ok. He ended up coming to church on
Sunday and he was doing a lot better. Not much else happened. We
planned on visiting a few less actives that night but it ended up
getting really stormy so we worked on our messed up area book for a


Man oh man today was awesome. I don’t even know where to begin. I’ll
start by saying that I have never been so overwhelmed at church
before. We had 6 different investigators and several less actives show
up to church today and it was madness. I have never had more than 2
investigators at church before so it was crazy. We also had a linger
longer after church, which was nice because I was so ready to break my
fast and we were running low on food at home.

At church I talked to one of our investigators, who told me he
believed in everything and wanted to be baptized along with his son
who would be coming home for the summer in a week or so. So awesome!

Right after 3rd hour we met with one of our investigators (who I will
call Evan to protect his privacy) and it was sooooo weird. He had been
here for the summer with a member friend and was meeting with us to
learn more. He was a super nice guy, and believed in everything we
believed. Why wasn’t he a member, you may ask? Well, he is a member of
one of the groups that split off of our church. So basically he
believes in the Book of Mormon, in Joseph Smith, and in pretty much
everything we believe in, but not our authority. Normally I am used to
telling people to read the Book of Mormon or pray to know if Joseph
Smith was a prophet in order to know the church is true, but he
already did!

We ended up giving him a blessing, and I told him that he should read
the teachings of our prophets and apostles, and decide for himself if
these men were not of God. That was the only thing I could think of.
Evan just now left to go back home to Utah, but I really hope he finds
what he is looking for because he is a really great person.

Anyway, after that we had a lesson with B. (who came to church with
his son and loved it by the way), and it was really good. We ended up
giving him a blessing because he was going through some really tough
times and needed some help. That pretty much ended our day. I had to
get back home early so that I could finalize the district’s numbers
and do call in reports.

This week was amazing. I have never been so busy before on my mission
and it is so much fun!

Fun fact, smack dab in the middle of our area is Bob Jones University.
For those of you who are not familiar with Bob Jones, it is the world
capitol of anti-mormonism. It has the second largest collection of
anti-Mormon literature in the world, and is known for teaching its
students to be hostile to members of the church. The funny thing is
that guess who has the largest collection of anti-Mormon literature in
the world?

Oh ya, BYU.

Just goes to show that that stuff is garbage. Anyway, we get a lot
more people shouting mean stuff at us here. I think it’s funny how a
religious university who claims to follow Christ also teaches to be
horrible to people they believe are “lost.” Logical right?

Anyway, this week has been a ton of fun, and a lot of awesome things
have happened!

This week I was studying in Ether 3 and I had a re-realization of
something. I forgot about how when the brother of Jared needed a way
to light the barges they were traveling in, he first came up with an
idea and then presented it to the Lord. It got me thinking about how
often we pray and ask for help with something, and just expect the
Lord to take care of everything. When the brother of Jared needed help
lighting the barges, he didn’t just say please light up these barges,
but he brought an idea to the Lord and asked for help in accomplishing

We need to remember that the Lord requires us to put in effort and
work in order to see miracles in our lives. Anyway, just a thought.

I think that’s about it, but I am sure I will have a ton more to talk
about next week.

Until then,

Vote for me,

Elder Jeremiah Brown


Hello people. This week has been utter madness.

Like I am pretty sure if you look in Webster’s Dictionary the actual
definition of madness is Elder Brown whitewashing Greenville 3rd ward.

Anyway, so I am in Greenville 3rd ward with Elder Mitchell right now,
currently writing this in Walmart on one of those benches that the
people without cars sit on while they wait for the bus.

I am going to have to make this one short because I don’t have too
much time and we have a TON to do today.

Greenville 3rd is AWESOME!!! It is a huge change from Blythewood.

Greenville is in the upstate of South Carolina. It is mountainous and
very very green. The beautiful part about Greenville is that there are
sidewalks almost everywhere! It almost brings tears to my eyes how
amazing it is to have sidewalks everywhere. Blythewood really only had
one street with sidewalks and biking was terrible.

The unfortunate part about this is that Blythewood just became a full
time car area. I worked SOOO hard to convince the AP’s that Blythewood
needed a car and was unsafe and finally did, only to move to a full
time bike area…

The other unfortunate thing is that I just literally finished moving
my last apartment, and now we have to move apartments here.

I am having a blast nonetheless. Elder Mitchell is really awesome and
he is a huge help in keeping me sane.

We have an awesome Ward Mission Leader, Brother Danny Mortimer, who
actually served his mission in what is now the Roseville California
Mission and lived in Roseville for over 25 years!! We have a lot of
similar acquaintances and it is really awesome meeting someone who
knows all about Roseville!

Brother Mortimer is also easily the most solid Ward Mission Leader I
have met. He is just so on top of things and willing to help us out!

Funny story, Sister Suggs (whose parents are friends with mine and is
from the same area) is in my Ward and District! It’s kinda weird how
many missionaries from Sacramento area are out here…

Our District is pretty cool. It comprises the GV3 Sisters, the GV1
Sisters, us, and the GV1 Elders/Zone leaders.

Things are crazy here though and I feel like I have been thrown into a
hurricane. The missionaries here before us were really good guys but
their electronic area book was faulty and none of the last 6 weeks has
been recorded at all. So basically we are on a scavenger hunt with
blindfolds on wearing roller blades in a tropical storm. Chaos.

I will most likely be Elder Mitchell’s last companion as he is going
home in 4 months. I will probably be here for a while. Elder Mitchell
is from somewhere in Washington.

I gotta finish up here, but here are a few things that happened in the
last couple days:

We visited an investigator and he lectured us for 30 minutes on how
George Bush Jr. and Sr. are humanoid aliens, as well as Rockefeller,
the Egyptian Pharo’s and many more hilariously weird things.

We also tried contacting a less active but found out that the guy we
were looking for was somewhere in Las Vegas after trying to kill the
person who lived here in SC. He wasn’t too happy to hear from us.

I gotta go. I will hopefully be able to talk more next week once
things settle down.

Until then,

Elder Jeremiah Brown