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Family Baptismal photo from Albania

July, 2009

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Comments from Sister Snow who sent the picture.

Couldnf‚” have a better photo that says it all about what is important on a mission. The Rucaj family were all baptized today, each by a different person, Elder Celaj and Elder Garn now serving here, Elder Fisher who was just transferred to Tirana, and 16-year-old Ganyel Belaj, the only member in his family. For an entire family to be baptized is almost unheard of in Albania. Each week in Relief Society Rabushe has made such thoughtful comments like learning about prophets now living on the earth, her gratitude for the Word of Wisdom. Her husband Veli just glows. Both Rabushe and Bleraldo, the younger son, bore their testimonieat the end of the meeting. Emiljano, the older son who is quite shy, was the one who originally spoke with the Elders. The family lives in a shat (village) about 1/2 hour away but come in every time there is a get together. They took Emiljano to a specialist in Turkey for a rare eye condition, but when they got there, it had left.

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