Saturday, December 28, 2013

“play” it forward

The lovely story of violins goes like this:
An hermana in our mission,
Buenos Aires Oeste, 
borrowed a violin to play at our P-day Navideno event from a family here in Haedo I. It was the violin of their daughter, who is serving a mission in
Santiago Este.
Their daughter borrowed a violin to play from a family. It was the violin of their son, who is serving a mission in
 Bahia Blanca.
I don’t know if he borrowed a violin, but I do know that all around the world, missionaries are playing and singing and teaching and sharing the
song of redeeming love.
El cuento hermoso de violines es así-
Una hermana en nuestra misión


tomo prestado un violín para tocarlo en nuestra Pday Navideño de una familia acá en Haedo 1. Era el violín de la hija de esta familia quien ya esta sirviendo su propia misión en


Esta hija tomo prestado un violín de una familia. Era el violín de su hijo, quien ya esta sirviendo una misión en


No se si el tomo prestado un violín, pero yo se que por todo el mundo los misioneros están tocando y cantando y enseñando y compartiendo la

canción del amor que redime.

1 comment:

  1. How sweet is that?!! I am the daughter of some of your senior missionaries, the Alldredge's, and I am a violinist. As a missionary decades ago I borrowed violins to play for special events, as well. You have stirred up sweet memories. Thank you! My family and I appreciate your blog and all the pictures, time and care that you obviously spend in helping the missionaries to have a wonderful experience serving the Lord.