Hello everyone, this is the former Elder Crossman, now Luke Crossman. Today I am writing exclusively to you blog audience, oh how special.
So as the title says I have come home from my mission in southern France. It was incredible. A life changing experience for me, and I hope that I had some part in helping change other lives as well. I would like to thank you for taking the time to read my blog. When I got on and saw how many hits I had gotten, I was quite surprised. I hope that it helped you in some way or just made you smile.
I am back to work and going to school this January. I have considered continuing this blog, in hopes of keeping it related to missionary work/spiritual things... I am still undecided, because I might also like to finish it and leave it as a memorial of sorts for my mission. I think it could be good for people if I put the perspective of a return missionary here to give my point of view so family might understand their missionary better, or maybe random bits about France as a missionary... I just don't want this to end up like so many American television programs where you keep churning out content until the creativity bucket has really gone dry, the whole thing crashes, and you end up leaving with a little disappointment.
Things to ponder on. For now, I would like to say again that Jesus is the Christ, our savior and redeemer, the very son of God. His church has been restored again to us through modern day prophets. If you are not a member of my faith, and you wish to learn more, here are a couple handy websites:
May God bless you and keep you. La France est un beau pays ou des miracles se passent tous les jours. Good bye and Good night!
Here is a photo of me in normal human clothing... I just thought photos make everything more entertaining.