New Things to Come!



Today I will be moving to the Belfast area! I will be moving via a ferry today! It shall be fun! I will be follow-up training Sister Hood and white washing in a new country with a new accent! I’m so excited for a new adventure!

I will miss this lovely land of Perth and the people I have met here, but it will be amazing!

This last week, Monday, we went on a lovely nature walk with the Powells and it was beautiful. We had so much fun running in the woods and climbing trees! It was definitely a great last P-day in Scotland! Tuesday, we had the 4th of July with an amazing district meeting.  For dinner, we had s’mores and steak! It was a good American day! The rest of the week was normal and great! We had some lessons and met some cool people!

The miracle I saw this week is that I am finally going to Ireland! That hasn’t happened yet and it will be the perfect last stop of my mission. I know that the Lord has a plan for all of us, and it is a good plan. He will make your dreams come true and then some.

God is good, all the time. And all the time, God is good.

Love ya’ll!

Sister Bohman



Now it’s JULY! Crazy!


Miracle this week–We had 5 investigators at church!!! It was amazing and they all did so well and the branch was super good to them and it was amazing.

Baptism? Not yet. Kevin and Julie are still doing great, but Scottish government is not helpful. Luckily, she will probably be moving end of this week!

I’m thankful for good food and especially American food this week. It is amazing how absence makes the heart grow fonder.

Investigators?!? We have new ones! Euan, Hiadar, and Ashleigh are all new and not much news for them.

Funny story this week…

So, Sunday was Fast Sunday (once a month healthy members of our church fast for two meals as a way to bring our hearts closer to God and to one another). We were walking back to the flat after church and we passed a raspberry bush that had ripe raspberries. So, I just popped a couple in my mouth. Sister Smith was not fasting and slightly questioned me, but not too much. She said, “I do not think those are yours to eat.” And I’m like, “I do not think that they are anyone’s.” Then we got home and she was in the kitchen (she was sick, so no fasting for her) and I came in to share some of the delicious brownies she was eating. Then I said, “No!! temptress!!” And she said, “You already broke your fast by eating raspberries!” To which I respond with, “UGH, NO!! I am sorry Heavenly Father” and walked into the front room. And I walked out to go sit at my desk which is also covered in food temptations. Sister Smith walks in after me as I was about to drink water from a water bottle. She just yells, “Sister Bohman!!” I was shocked with confusion and panic. I angrily spit the water out all over. It was a struggle, but I repented and didn’t eat until dinner.

Our week was good though!

Love Ya’ll!

Sister Bohman


Update from Perth

DSCN2206Update on Kevin and Julie: they will be baptized, hopefully, next week. It’s conditional on the Scottish government for when they will finish her flat and stuff so…. that kinda stinks.

Miracle this week…

Thanks to a surprise visit from our STLS who came to have an exchange here in Perth, we found lots of new people and had a former come back to learn. It was Amazing!! It was really fun and it was nice to have two teams working the area.

A funny story, a lapse in my missionary skills…

We were chapping and this lady opened the door saying, “hello?” I thought that she said, “oh no,” and so I said “ok, bye. Have a nice night.” The lady looked so confused. It was like we were doorbell ditching politely. XP

This week I’ve been thinking a lot about temples and how much of a blessing it is to have them. No matter what is happening in the world, we can escape and find peace in the house of the Lord. There is a really cool Mormon video about Temples

I am so glad that Heavenly Father reaches out in love to his children and has restored the teachings of the temple to earth. I am so blessed to know that my family will be eternal and that we can live together and see our loved ones in the life to come. And I am so excited to go to the temple when I get back from my mission!

Love you all and hope that if you have a temple close by you go and enjoy it for me, but mostly for yourself.

Sister Bohman















Trip to Dundee


This week was pretty chill. We went to Dundee to do a little companion swap with some other sisters and I was with my old companion Sister Hill! I was with her in Dunfermline as a trio, so it was really good to be with her for a day. 🙂

One of my favorite experiences this week was when we were in Dundee. That morning during study I felt inspired to highlight a couple of verses.  We were talking to people on the street and we stopped a lady named Laurine. She was so sweet and happy, full of life, and we got talking about the Plan of Salvation and how Heavenly Father has provided ways for all of His children to return to Him. We explained a little about how that works and she was really excited, because she hasn’t heard a faith teaching that way, but it has always been what she believed in her heart. Then she said, “if I believe this, does that mean I believe in the Mormons?!? How can I learn more about it?!?” So we explained that is what we do! We teach people about it. Then we gave her the Book of Mormon I had marked for her that morning and a Plan of Salvation pamphlet. 🙂 It was amazing! The sisters in Dundee will be teaching her soon!

I know that there are always people the Lord has prepared for us to hear this glorious truth of the Plan of Happiness and that it is not something foreign and strange. It’s something all of God’s children know in their hearts. It belongs with our divine identity. So, this week, I challenge you to study God’s plan and share it with others. Give away a Book of Mormon to someone special to you. If you don’t have a copy yourself, ask for one. I know a couple of kids that would love to bring one to you.

Love you all!

Sister Bohman

Ran Into Sister Stronach in Dundee!
Ran into Sister Stronach from Montrose in the streets of Dundee!

Another week in the Promised Land of Perth

Okay, this week was slow, but yesterday some amazing things happened!

Kevin and Julie are doing great and Julie got her own flat so this week we hopefully will be able to help her move and they will be baptized this month!!!

Also, my investigator from Dunfermline in my last area was baptized a week after we left and he came to church in Perth and I was able to see him.

And we finally got in contact with a part member family that has six kids!

So, it’s looking up!

This week as part of studying Zion like attributes, I was focusing on charity and love. I LOVE love and charity! Love and charity are the best! There is a short little Mormon message just out about love at home and it is simply wonderful! It talks about how we start the love of the world in our own homes and it just spreads, because love just like joy is contagious!

I love that everything in the gospel revolves around God’s love for us and how He has given us everything, even His Son, because of that love! I encourage ya’ll to look in your lives and see the ways God has shown you His love.

Love ya’ll

Sister Bohman




He Loves You

It has been a good week. Some miracles this week…..

We went back to Pizza Hut and saw our friends who lived in Utah! She is great and gave us some nice pastries 🙂 We will hopefully see her soon outside of work. She is really busy right now.

We have been able to meet a few less active church members and they are all great and show real intent in coming back to church!

We were able to see Kevin and Julie 3 times this week and they came to the Book of Mormon class at church during the week.

Lastly, with the summer months here, we get a lot of visitors at church and it is so great to hear other people’s experiences and take on the Gospel! I love that no matter where we go in the world the church is always there and is always the same, because God is the same yesterday, today, and forever, and so is His Church and doctrine. 🙂

On Sunday, we were talking about Elder Nelson’s talk from this most recent general conference, “Drawing the Power of Jesus Christ into Our Lives.” It is an amazing talk. I love that he reminds us that Christ’s life and atonement is not an ordinary thing and we can always draw down His power in our lives so that Christ can enable us to do all things that He needs us to do and that we need to do.

“When you reach up for the Lord’s power in your life with the same intensity that a drowning person has when grasping and gasping for air, power from Jesus Christ will be yours. When the Savior knows you truly want to reach up to Him—when He can feel that the greatest desire of your heart is to draw His power into your life—you will be led by the Holy Ghost to know exactly what you should d0.”


How wonderful a promise. A promise that will never falter or flee. As we reach to the Savior, He will give us strength. We only need ask. This is an eternal promise. I think we often forget. We think I can do this. I am strong enough. We push forward. We forget that He has already done it for us. The price is paid and we need not do it alone. I know that the Savior, my brother Jesus Christ, has the power to do all things. He alone can help our week things become strong. He gives us trials so that we can learn to rely on Him and become like Him. He is forever my rock and foundation. He gives me strength, through rain and snow and all in between. He walks with me. And He can and will walk with you if you but ask Him.

I love ya’ll and hope that you know that God loves you too!


Sister Bohman

Guess what???


I’m staying in Perth! With Sister Smith!!! It’s gonna be a fun time! We are excited to be together some more in this wonderful city.

This week was blazing hot! It was in the 90’s. Crazy, I know, and no one in this country has AC to cool their houses because they never need to use it. It was soooo hot, but it was good. It reminded me of home. Love Texas!

We did get sick again though… sad. We had some bad food or something. Other than that, it has been a normal, amazing week. 🙂 Nothing out of the ordinary happened.

We had an amazing pday adventure on Monday–we went to a castle!!! There are some fun pictures of that.

I gave a talk yesterday at church. I have been studying a lot about Zion, how to become a Zion people, and build Zion around us. 4 Nephi is so good at showing us the attributes of a Zion people and showing us the opposite of Zion, as they start falling away from the teachings of Christ. I encourage you to look at that and pray to find ways you can have heaven around you and those you love.

I love ya’ll–to the moon and back!

Sister Bohman






This week is moves–what do you think will happen?


Hey! Hey! Hey!

What a wonderful week it has been!

There has been a lot of liquid sunshine (aka rain), but we still had an amazing time! The Lord has reached out in love to me in so many simple ways this week. On Tuesday we went to Aberdeen for a missionary conference. After we were in the train station, I see this amazing beautiful girl I love. Of course, there was squealing all around. The other missionaries were probably surprised by all the fanfare as I ran to hug one of my favorite recent converts, Sabine! Yeah, the one and only! God is good. Then we have been fed and loved by so many of the wonderful members of Perth. Our investigators Kevin and Julie still came to church yesterday even though they were sick. They are such wonderful troopers. I love them. God is good. Then a family in the branch, the Powell’s, had the biggest surprise of all to top it all off. On Sunday, we were being retrieved by them to have dinner at their home and out from behind the car jumps an angel, aka Fay Weber, my old companion! I just about died of happiness! It was amazing! They had been really good at keeping this a surprise from me so we had a wonderful night. God is so good.

The missionary conference this week was so good. As a result of this conference, I have been reflecting a lot on charity and “Cheerfully doing all things that lie in our power” (D&C 123:17). It is so amazing the ways and opportunities God gives each of us to learn charity. And the key to learning charity is to serve. I have been blessed my whole life with opportunities to serve. From day one the Lord has blessed us with families to serve among and learn from. He gives us mothers in which we have an amazing example of charity (thanks mom!) I’m so grateful that every day I get to show the Lord’s love for His children by cheerfully doing. I love that. What is a better way to show love, than doing cheerful service!

So please find ways to be “cheerfully doing all things.” This will truly bless your life!

Love ya’ll!

Sister Bohman

Master Oogway has a lot of Wisdom!

We have quoted so much Kung Fu Panda this week. It is crazy! Most used quotes this week…..

“No matter what you do, that seed will grow to be a peach tree. You may wish for an apple or an orange, but you will get a peach.”

“Quit, don’t quit… Noodles, don’t noodles… You are too concerned about what was and what will be. There is a saying: yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.”

These quotes are very applicable to missionary work. We often like to change the words to apply to our situation.


“No matter what you do, that person may not want to learn the gospel. You may wish for an investigator or a baptism, but you will get a rejection.”

“Teach, don’t teach…baptize, don’t baptize…”

“Lunch, don’t lunch…noodles, don’t noodles…”

As you can see, these are very good quotes. I exhort you to apply Kung Fu Panda’s wisdom to your life. 🙂

Obviously with mottos like these, this week was very good and we had lots of fun. “It’s not missionary work, it’s missionary fun!”

We have had a lot of success this week while knocking doors. It is amazing how Heavenly Father has blessed us with a lot of ice cream. We met another family that has asked us to come back this week and we are very excited to see them again.

Something I have found that has, I think, made us more successful is praying often and specifically while doing His work and remembering to thank Him when we are blessed with anything, to say thank you as soon as we receive the blessing. I think that as we show our gratitude towards the blessings He has given us, we will be blessed with so much more.

I love ya’ll and miss you!

Talk to you next week!


Sister Bohman

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Another Week in Perth


This week Heavenly Father gave us a huge bowl of ice cream just to say “I’M STILL HERE!”

It was great! This week was full of sunshine and all things good! Literately, sun. All week. No rain. And I’m in Scotland!

Miracle of this week! Drumroll…

Kevin and Julie agreed to be married and baptized. We are going to have a wedding baptism celebration!!! It’s gonna be the best. We love those two. They read the Book of Mormon every day and just are rocking it. Yesterday at Church,  a member asked if Julie would be back next week and she said, “I’m addicted now. I can’t stop!” They are the cutest. Love them to pieces!

Sorry I don’t have much to say other than that. This week I have been thinking about the recent talk by Elder Sabin and thinking about how small investments now can help save ourselves in the future. You all should look that up and read it!

Love ya’ll,

Sister Bohman