Elder McClain Easton is Home
Elder McClain Easton has returned home after serving his mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served in the North Dakota Bismarck Mission. Brad and Neelie Easton of the Bunkerville 1st Ward are McClain parents.
Elder McClain Easton will speak on Sunday, January 8th at 9 am in the Bunkerville Chapel.
Welcome home Elder!
Elder Easton Testimony:
It's crazy to think how far we have come and how much I have changed. The gospel has brought a mighty change in my heart. It has helped me to better understand who I truly am and how important the decision I make are. I have learned that people can truly change through the atonement of Jesus Christ. The atonement truly does impact everyone's life. It really is a blessing to be apart of this amazing church. I've learned the importance of doing the small and simple things. I've also learned that God's timing is always perfect, not a second early or late. It's always perfect. God will never give us a challenge or trial that we can't handle. He truly does love each of us. I will be forever grateful for the Opportunity to serve the people in the Dakotas. Being a missionary is a blessing I will always cherish. I know this church is true. This is just a piece of my testimony. But I say these things in the name of Jesus Christ Amen.