Boise Idaho Mission

Boise Idaho Mission

Monday, November 30, 2015

A Christmas Wish

As a month of thankfulness is coming to end a lot of people are starting to think what they would want for Christmas. They are willing to go through tons of people to buy the little things they think is so important. As soon as the month is over, it becomes a battle of needs that stories know that they will get money from and make a profit. I challenge that during this month you will learn the most important thing about this season, it is not a season of getting it is a season of giving. Go out and give service to those who need it. Give love to those who need it, make them feel that there is still good in this world. Give with real intent, and made someday this world we live in will wake up and realize what it is missing, but until then we must be there helping. Only then it will happen. For this holiday season we are sharing a message called the gift and if you would like to watch it, go to and you should be able to watch uit from there.

Do you have any challenges for Elder Hernandez? Questions? Leave them in the comments!

It was my sister was lazy

One week late! But here you are! :)

So I have learned that during my mission one of the best things you can do is write a weekly email to people you love and care about. I have been out about 15 weeks and decide that I have wasted time not doing this and will continue to do this until the end. It will not always be about spiritually things, but things I feel prompted to write about. So since this week will be Thanksgiving, what better why then to talk about being thankful. I would like to say that telling your friends and family the things you have been thankful will help you become cosler. I'm thankful for the people who have encourage me to go on my mission, and has been there for me during hard moments of my life. I know that because of families that it will help you to learn how to treat others. I know I haven't been the best example, but that is what life is for. To go threw challenges and learn how to become better, and once when you do help others. There is no better feeling in life then to help others. I encourage you to tell the people you love that you are grateful for them during this holiday season and to let them know that you love them. Keep that in mind during the rest of your life. From experience, you will never know what you had until it is gone. I should have been a better person, a better friend, and a better owner. Don't make the mistakes I have, be better. I love and miss all of you, and will write to you next week. TTFN, ta ta for now.

-Elder Antonio Luis Hernandez

"Memory is the key"

Saturday, November 7, 2015


Comment with some of your own questions if you'd like to make an appearance on the blog. ~Elder Hernandez

1) tell me about your investigators?
2) spiritual moment
3) did you help with the ward trick or treat? Anything special on Halloween?
4) something that made you laugh?
5) prayers answered?
6) service opportunity?

1) The first one, Dom, is a kid about 10 years old who had to stop drinking coffee. 
2) We seen how being friends with people is better than being missionaries. They are better accepting to us than just trying to teach them
3) Was a judge at the truck or treat and helped Dom truck or trick. Went to bed at 6:30.
4) Something that made me laugh, teasing with the ward mission leader kids.
5) Praying for guidance, and how to help others. We have found a way to teach Dom, and him quit coffee.
6) We helped people move. We actually help someone move in on a Sunday.

Monday, November 2, 2015

Extra, Extra! Read all about it!

1) are you showing the love of the Savior to your companions, your investigators, and your ward members? How?

2) how can that love inspire you and others to be like the Savior?

3) what is the most spiritual experience you've had?

4) what is your favorite/best memory so far?

5) how can people at home be like a missionary or serve each other? 

6) how is exercise going? Is it a priority? Can it be done with a hectic schedule?

1) Yes, I made brownies and I shared the food I get from the care packages.
2) To share what I know and what I can give them.
3) I've seen how being more friendly with the people can help them. We become more of a friend and help someone stop drinking coffee.
4) P-days, we can do whatever we want with other missionaries.
5) Be there for a friend and be there for them. Don't stop being there for them. Always care for each other.
6) It is going great. yes, it is a priority. Yes, yes it can.