Sunday, May 19, 2019

Easter 2019







5 things anyone can do to participate in missionary work

I really enjoyed this talk in April’s general conference! It has helped me look for more opportunities to share what I love.


according to Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Missionary Work — Sharing What is in Your Heart

  • First, draw close to God;
  • Second, fill your heart with love for other;
  • Third, strive to walk the path of discipleship;
  • Fourth, share what is in your heart;
  • And fifth, trust the Lord to work His miracles.

spring 2019









Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Melva Lucille George Anderson Halliday

December 9th 1909-August 26th 2014
She passed away quietly well looked after at
Kiwannis Care Centre in New Westminster this afternoon. Recently she refused to eat or get out of bed or take her meds. She's survived by her son Harry Anderson, his wife Doreen living on Vancouver Island plus his four adult children (Corey, Shelley, Diana and Joey. She outlived her two sons Ken and Bob who gave her her grand children Debbie Anderson Cains (Jeffrey Anderson), Walter Anderson and Betty-Ann Anderson ( Paisley, Ella-Jean, Avalina, Anastasia, Marvin Manghi) and Patrick Manghi. Bob's son Ben and daughter? Born in Lynn Valley, North Vancouver, Grandma David as she was known to me moved to New Westminster in 1924 at the age of 15 and raised her sons in Queensborough later moving to Sapperton. She loved her garden especially her Kiwi vines, where she grew flowers, vegetables and fruits. Her garden was her passion and she loved her little house on Braid Street where she lived until she was almost 100 years old! She lived on Braid Street in a small 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom house built in 1940. The house had a crawl space/basement with a dirt floor where she kept and used her old wringer washer. The home was about 500 square feet with a single garage slash workshop too.