Birthday: May 20th ,1990

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

So this week in the life of Elder Glowa things are getting super awesome

            June 21,2011

Hey everyone,

So this week in the life of Elder Glowa things are getting super awesome. The work is going really well picking up and we are going to have a baptism this weekend. Caelum Gantt he is 10, he is getting baptized. He is a great kid and is just super smart, I am excited for him to grow up in the gospel and become a missionary and serve the Lord. He just absorbs everything like a sponge. 

The Lord is truly blessing us with miracles, we are seeing a lot of new people. We are still looking for that family that I know is here somewhere, so we continue to pray and so what we can. We are working hard and being as obedient as possible to get all the blessings we can to do this work. I'm really excited for this week because we have a lot going on. 

Last week we had a zone meeting and got everyone together to build zone unity. It was awesome we talked about fishing and having our line always in the water. Me and elder Constantino acted out 2 fisher men for this example and it when great, then we did a get to know you exercise and bore our testimony and witness of this gospel. It was great and powerful, we have really been trying to do different things to help out the zone and our area.

The last thing I wanted to say was something that happened yesterday, we got to watch forever strong as a zone, president Gonzalez asked us to do that as a mission so we would be able to get to know back ground on our new mission president, president Gelwix. It was great but made me really understand that i am not ready for real world movies yet. I think for a while I will just stick to Disney movies and see what happens.

Anyway I have to get going I'm sorry that I haven't written to much, it has been weird I haven't been able to stay on task today, so I'll make up for it next week. I love you all and thank you for everything.

Love Elder Jason A. Glowa

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Oh yea, so this Sunday is FATHERS DAY!!!!!!! SO HAPPY FATHERS DAY DAD!

JUNE 14th ,2011

Hey everyone,

Alright so I'm not going to lie I am really thinking of moving to America after my mission because all the stuff and the length of time it has taken to get my new license because you my country is ridiculous. I can hardly believe it, I know that mom and dad you have been doing all you can its my country fault. Well I guess I can't complain to badly my companion is getting his license so we will have a way to use our car, just think biking all the way around to drop off all the packages in the zone and supplies, that who actually be kind of funny. I could get a little red wagon and pull it while I'm riding to Visalia. Yea, so don't worry i am do great I'm just ranting a little because 1 I can and 2 because it's actually kind of fun and stress relieving. 

Anyway, so I don't have a lot of time today because I have been printing off my fax Information so I'm going to have to keep it short. I'm sorry about that but i only have a little time left. So we got transfer calls this week, and Elder Constantino and I are staying together here in Exeter! I am so excited, we are going to baptize up a storm this transfer. I am so happy, when we got the call we went through the roof we were so happy. Life is going great we are losing president and sister Gonzalez on the 29 and welcoming President and sister Gelwix. I'm really excited to meet them. The zone is doing great we have a great load of potential for now and the coming months so we will continue and push. I have really been able to grow in my love towards others as well as my patience, it is being tried pretty much all the time, but i am learning and i have seen growth, whether it be from missionaries or bad California drivers it is coming. I have really learned when you ask for something heavenly father doesn't give it to you but gives you the opportunity for let it grow.

So we are doing are transfer thing the next couple days so on Wednesday everything goes well. There is alot more behind the scenes things then i thought there was, but it really makes me appreciate the other leaders in the mission and of the world and the church, leaders don't have it easy, but i think that is why they are looked up to.  


So i have a little more time so I'm going to share one of the cool things that happened last week. Elder Constantino and myself have been seeing a great companionship struggle so we decided to help them out, so thinking outside the box, we came up with the idea of not just a normal exchange but doing a double team. We both went into there area and saw all aspects of the work. It was a great way to help them and learn and just see why things are happening the way they are, in the end it was great we built unity and helped them a lot. They had an amazing week last week after our double team. It was so fun to do that, we have to keep coming up with outside the box ideas so if you guys think of anything cool and effective let me know so we can try it.

I have to get going but thank you for all your efforts on my behalf, i know that you are doing your all and that it is not your fault. So just remember the phrase i tell myself and everyone else when trials come "Just keep on keeping on" and of course " Just keep swimming, just keep swimming". I know this gospel is true and that all we have to do is our best once we have covenanted with God and made his promises, then he will do the rest. I love you guys so much. Thank you for everything.

Love Elder Jason A. Glowa

Just do your best and forget the rest. (that is also a good phase)

I want to send Pat a wedding card but its not going to get there in time so next week im going to write a message for him, if you could buy a card you think i would get and then print and paste the thing inside the car that would be great, thank you!

There is nothing more that I love to do then to find, teach and baptize. Not even new trucks.

                        JUNE 7th, 2011


So this week I'm writing Wednesday because we had our exchange with the assistants yesterday and needed to work as much as possible so they could do a final stewardship. So this is the last week of transfers and it feels really weird, I really do not like the feeling of time just flying by. I really hope that Elder Constantino and I stay together another transfer, that would be amazing, but whatever happens I know that it is the Lords will and that I will do what he asks of me.

So that's great to hear that Patrick is getting married, I'm happy for him, its messed up to actually think about so I usually just push thoughts like that away, but if you guys see him, please tell him I'm happy for him and that I love him and that he is one of my bestest friends pretty much another brother to me. Tell also that I know he is doing the right thing.

So I did write Grandma and Grandpa this week the letter should be on its way to them I'm going to send it tomorrow, I haven't had to much time to write the envelope so I'm going to do that tonight and send it. So it is on its way, but in the mean time if you could let them know that I love them with all my heart and that I want to thank them for doing there best in bring our family up in the gospel. Oh and Vava will probably be jealous of me saying that so tell her that I love her too and remember to tell Vovo that as well.

As for my last week it was great, you know everything about my last Zone Leader Council, so from that point to now we have been running around a lot, we have been doing our best to just go out there and find, teach and baptize. It has been crazy but fun, we have really put a big focus on finding in our area. Last Saturday we organized ourselves as a zone and met at the church building on Caldwell and we blitz an area of the zone, one of the companionship's has been really struggling to find and to work so we went in together and now they have a lot of potential to go and see. It was great to work in unity, I love this zone so much and I pray that not to many changes happen for the transfer.

We found out that President and Sister Gonzalez leave on the 29th, and that is when President and Sister Gelwix come in. I am sad to lose my mission president, but excited for the new things that will happen as a new president comes in. It will be an adventure and a half. And you know me, boy do I love adventure! I'm so excited.

The last up date that I have for you all is the stuff that has happened today. So we had our last district meeting and it was a bitter sweet one, but the kicker is me and Elder Constantino had to leave early to go to Sanger. For a vehicle switch up, well not just a normal one, the mission got new cars and so we gave our old one to another companionship and we are now driving a brand new (only had 6 miles on it when i got behind the wheel) 2011 Chevy Colorado! And its red (like a maroon) color. Its a truck!!! It is so amazing, it handles well and just is amazing, I love it so much I can't believe it.

The more exciting thing now is that we get to go out and work! There is nothing more that I love to do then to find, teach and baptize. Not even new trucks. I love you all so much and am grateful for the time that i have to represent Christ and bring his message to all the world. God lives, we have a prophet on the earth and Christ is our Savior and Redeemer.

Thanks for everything,
Love Elder Jason A. Glowa