A cool sign I saw this past week:
I know for certain that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ live today and they care for each one of us. They are willing to do what ever it takes to help us out, all we have to do is do what they have asked us to do and have faith it will happen. We can do all that we can, and Heavenly Father will do the rest for us. I am grateful for all that They do for me. I am grateful for each and everyone of you in my life.
Now for a cool miracle. We have an investigator whom was in a car crash a couple decades ago and didn't have hardly any movement in his arm and he said it was constantly in pain. Then a couple weeks ago, we gave him a Priesthood Blessing. After following up with him this past week, he said ever since the Blessing he has been able to do things with his arm that he hadn't been able to do in many decades and he said it hasn't been in hardly any pain since the Blessing either. I truly believe that through the power of Heavenly Father we can have all of our pain and imperfections healed.
So I would say one of the biggest things that happened this past week was Elder Nelson (of the seventies) came to our mission on Mission Tour. He came through to introduce our mission to the IPad's that our mission is getting in our Zone Conference in June. He talked about how they are not just giving us Missionaries the Tablets to just use while we are out on our Mission's, but they are giving them to us so that they can teach us how to use them to help us out throughout our lives, and help with our relationships when we are dating and eventually get married so that our marriages actually last instead of them ending in divorce. Elder Nelson said that our Mission is the 30th Mission to be getting the tablets and the 1st in Canada.Elder Nelson also explained more how they assign Missionaries, They apparently assign us to either a Mission or the Mission President. So sometimes you may need to be under a specific person who would be able to help you better then others. Also they do read all of the information on your mission papers, so make sure you mean what you say. :)