Sunday, May 17, 2009

Sister Amanda Ah Sue Serving In Boise,Idaho

Sister Amanda Ah Sue was born in Orlando, Florida July 1986. Her family moved back to Camarillo in 1988. Her mom, Linda Ketels grew up here in Camarillo, as well. Amanda graduated in December 2008 from BYU with a Bachelors in Philosophy. She surprised her family at Christmas time by telling them she had decided to serve a mission. Originally, she had wanted to wait until her brother, Chris, had returned home from his mission to Texas. He will return home June 3rd. But, at his urging, she sent in her mission papers. She received her call in February to serve in the Boise, Idaho Mission. She left for the MTC on April 15th and then for Boise on May 5th.

Amanda loves her mission. Her companion and she get along very well. They are living with an "empty nest" couple in their basement. Her first experience with her first door approach went really well. Although Amanda did not have any training on door approaches, she was able to deliver the message and even was invited in to teach a lesson. She and her companion are able to go to the Temple once a week on their Preparation Day. She and her Companion have use of a car which they are grateful for.
Please take a moment to write Sister Ah Sue.
Sister Amanda Ah Sue:
Idaho Boise Mission 1111 S Cole Rd. Boise, ID 83709-1869

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