Saturday, July 16, 2016

Miracles in Mulchén

As Elder Woodfield and his companion have testified of Jesus Christ many have been baptized and have come unto Him.
(Alexander's Baptism)
(Manual's Baptism)
(Martin's Baptism)
(Mierta's Baptism)
(Missionaries lined up to email home on P-day)
(Elder Woodfield's housemates)
(Elder Woodfield with President and Sister Wilhem, Interim Mission President)
(Los Misioneros)
(Getting ready for lunch?)
(I love that he took this picture!)
(Transfer day--saying good-bye to Elder Pinto)
(Saying hello to Elder Bennion from Florida, who Travis gets to train)
(Elder Woodfield's Zone)
In Travis' own words: "I love the mission. I love this gospel. Christ lives. He is the Son of God, the Redeemer and Savior of the World."

Friday, July 8, 2016

P-day Adventure to Salto Rehuén

On one of Elder Woodfield's first P-days in Mulchén, Chile he visited Salto Rehuén.
He had plenty of opportunities to document the countryside along the way.
It's a good thing mothers don't accompany their sons on missions because I would have told him he was too close to the edge!
Viva Chile!

Wednesday, June 8, 2016


Elder Woodfield has been serving in Mulchén, Chile as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since the end of February.
His companion is Elder P. from Argentina. They have been together for more than three months now.
(Travis and his companion at Enrigueta's baptism.)
Mulchén is a beautiful place.
Travis always finds feline friends.
 Winter began to kick in the beginning of May.

(Travis' Zone?)
(Travis' District?)
(Teresa's Baptism)
 In Travis' words:

"I really love my time here in Mulchén. There are people here that I feel like I was meant to find. The more my mission comes to a close the more I want it to go longer. I really love serving here."

"How great a work is the work of preaching the Gospel whether it be in a family or on the street."

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Monte Aguila

While Elder Woodfield was serving in Cabrero he also spent several days a week serving in neighboring Monte Aguila. Before he left the area his Mission President charged him and his companion to find a new place for the Elders to live. The Sister Missionaries would now live in Cabrero and the Elders in Monte Aguila. They were successful in finding a home where they could also meet for Church. The Church members in Monte Aguila were especially excited about this. Eventually the building would be painted, etc., but here are some photos from (what I can guess) is the first Sacrament Meeting in the building.

 Travis loved the dear people of Monte Aguila and Cabrero.
However, after spending a little over five months in this area, it was time to be transferred. On to Mulchén!