Friday, 21 October 2016


Hello everyone within this address,

It has been a very interesting week for me and my companion. We held a lot of mini companionship inventory to sort things out between ourselves. The Atonement really is the center of our relationship by far. We have a decent week compared to the previous. We've been struggling with finding new because we didn't talk to everyone as much as we should and that numb things a little bit with the work. Went back to what Elder Ballard's said in his past remark, in order to teach more, you need to talk more. Then, you'll see the blessing of baptism. I'm totally agreed with his counsel. My past companion, the Idaho MasterTouch, Elder Saunders, we did not let anyone past us by. We talk and teach and seen a significant success in our effort in so doing.Kingston is filled with the youth who attend university here and there over the area. We encountered with a lot of those generations every now and then when we're outside. If there be a place in Kingston for a YSA work, I would say this would be the place for it due to that fact.

Beverly, one of our investigator who had pass her interview not too long ago still struggled with her phobia with water. We have come up with every possible way that man can come up with to help her with it, such as have her to put on a shower cap and to the point where we suggest her to use the straw to grasp for air when she's getting under the water. But to no avail regardless. We came to a point where we have no idea how to dealt with it. Its a dead end. Our last chance will be our beloved Mission President, President Shields who will be coming down this week and talk with her about the whole things. We have prayed daily for the divine intervention to assist us with Beverly. 

Having invited for the Thanksgiving with some of the members in the Kingston has really made me felt home again, not because of the celebration because it wasn't really meant that much for us from where we came from but because of the family unity between one and another. It is one of those feeling that hard to describe with words, you know. I had truly come to realized about why FAMILY is very important to me. I wouldn't never know of this profound knowledge if I have stay home. That sacrifice that I have made really help me to see and learn that there is best yet to be in life, in future. As Jesus said: "  For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it." (Matthew 16:25).  I found life in other people as I served and know them. 

Have a  great week, families and friends :)

With love from Kingston,
Canada Toronto Mission,
Jan 2015-Feb 2017  


Hello everyone,

My first week in Kingston was fabulous! Baptism on the next day. What more can you ask for a great start to the new area. It was a pretty packed weekend as Elder Cattelain and I travel back and forth to Oshawa and Brampton for our leadership meeting this week and then for the General Conference. My first day in the area was pretty interesting. Witness for my first time, a man roll a joint of marijuana in front of me. He's got high with it later afterward. A member who nick name is "Jedi" feed us a bunny meat. Elder Cattelain to scare to ate it, so I got it all for myself. First time eating the bunny meat. Not too bad of a taste. Still have few more in the fridge, looking forward to finish it up later. We try to help our investigator overcome her phobia of water who pass her baptismal interviews already. It was pretty nut!

General Conference was awesome!! They talk a lot about hastening the work this time. Our Mission President loved it very much!! My two favourite talk in that conference would be the one by Elder Yamashita of the Seventy: Be ambitious for Christ and Elder Oaks: Sharing the gospel is not a program. It an attitude of love.

I wish everyone a good health and sounded mind. Remember to choose the right and all will be well for those who loved God and keep His commandment.

With regards,
Jan 2015-Feb 2017

Wednesday, 28 September 2016


How's everyone doing this week?? This transfer has been a blast for me here in Sudbury! Sadly, the time has come to an end. It was a short term, but nonetheless it was a memorable one and I will cherish it for the rest of my life. I learn so much from my experience with the leaders and members here. I'm very happy to be back in the north. Elder Saunders and I witness a tones and tones of miracles in the work. We pound the pavement, get it done and even sacrifice our dinner and lunch time for the sake of the work. I truly come to realized the importance of staying on course in the path as sometime we can get pretty carried away by the motion. We must fervently do our best to improve in our spiritual strength, fortifiy ourselves in the journey and never stay for the less as we are the son and daughter of the King!! 
I will be transferring to Kingston for this upcoming 6-weeks with my new companion, Elder Cattelain who I will follow-up training as the zone leaders. I'm so excited for the new adventure! Kingston is not a stake unlike any other area here in Ontario, its the district. Also, it is the smallest zone in the mission consist of 6 area only. So, that's going to be interesting:)
How's everyone doing? How's the family??

Have a great week! Until next week!!   


Friday, 23 September 2016

SEP 13 - SUDBURY this week!:)


I'm apologize for the brief letter, time is something that I've been trying to working on. Nonetheless, I would to let everyone know that I have a great week here in Sudbury! We witnessing many miracles this week, especially with our investigator who working toward their baptismal dates! Aleisha and Derek has come a long way in their realtionship and the gospel will be a wonderful addition in their young family life.

To close thing of, I'm just like to share my solemn testimony of how extremely grateful I am for the experience and moments that I have forged with each and everyone of you. Sault, Hamilton and London is a great place to be in!! Some among of you has been a real blessing to me. And for that, I'm eternally grateful for it. 

If there one thing that I want to leave off with you this week, that would be the importance of family. To not let the busyness of life overtake those that important around you. Always, those that important around you is your FAMILY. Remember, they are the true happiness in this short sojourn journey we are in. Nothing compare to it!! Learn to make time with them eventhough it short. Family Home Evening is always a good way for gathering and learning from one another, plus it taught us about the gospel too. Cherish your family like there is no tomorrow. Love them with all that you got. Husband, bought a flower for your wife and then write loving note for her. She need to know how much you love her. Wife, your faithfulness and sense of understand always a been a blessing to your family. 

Until next time. Have a good week, everyone!:)

QUOTES OF THE WEEK: In the eyes of God, whether in the church or in family, women and men are equal with different responsibilities - Elder Dallin H.Oaks

Your truly as ever,
Elder Presly Ngerantar,
Canada Toronto Mission
Jan 2015-2017



Hello everyone!!

What a fabulous week we have so far here in Sudbury!! 7 of our progressing investigator were at church yesterday!! The month of August goes by really fast and the September is on the horizon already. Where time fly?? In relation to that, I learn that it's not about just putting in the hour that count, but what you put in on that hour, that's what matter!! It was a very spiritual month for me as I got the chance to meet with many inspiring leaders and wonderful members that has taught me a lot about the meaning of life. If there is one thing that I hope to share with all of you this week is that I hope we can all understand our duty and be steadfast and firm in mind that the Lord will console us in our affliction. Family is very important. There's none that can replaced this true treasure of life. Marriage is ordained of God. It is a very beautiful and very sacred. Taking and making time is very important. Let not busyness of life overtake and rob over the happiness of our loves one. My heart were open up so many time eversince I step foot and shared the gospel of life with the people of this wonderful country that I felt like the Savior is trying to reaching out upon His children and me. It is a very incredible experience that couldn't be explained with word!

May the grace of our Lord be with all of you, of whom I love dearly. Have a great weekend! :)

Canada Toronto Mission
Jan 2015-2017


Hello everyone!!

I'm adjusting really well with the new area and my new companion. I just love the guy so much. Elder Saunders is a nice man with great temperance in everything that he does. That's help me a lot so far with getting to know the area by far. He's from Rexburg, Idaho and almost done his mission soon as well:)

Good news these past week!! I was able to attend the live conference session with Elder Ballard at Brampton on Saturday. He's was my first apostle that I met face to face, so I'm really happy for that. I almost shed a tears too. Tender mercies of the Lord were all over us this past week and I can't tell enough how grateful I am for it. I learn and receiving a lot of revelation during the meeting. What a revelatory experience it was!

These week was a blast for me here in Sudbury!! We meet this less-active member the other day of whom at first wasn't really interested to hear what we have to say but then her countenance was change through midway of the lesson. It was my first time meeting with her and I have no clue what she need, even Elder Saunders himself wasn't sure how we going to go about it as it was his first time as well. We pretty much in the same boat at that time. I shared with her the story about the cocoon and butterfly and she started to shed her tears. She started to ask me a question over and over again: Ask me where I come from? You just come in to the area yesterday, correct? How did you know about the butterfly? You are meant to be here!! It was amazing!! I just couldn't describe it with word of the whole situation.
Have a great week!!


And it came to pass, in the 13th reign of Elder Ngerantar in London 1st West, he was called to served in Sudburu Uptown with his new companion, Elder Saunders who anxiously awaited his arrival to give him a big huge and show his love and baptize the nations grace by grace :)

It was very hard for me to swallowed when I heard that I'm out of the 2-hours radius from Brampton. The reason because, in order to attend the live conference session with Elder Ballard, I will need to be in 2-hours radius. Huh.. But hey, I will go wherever the Lord wants me to go. Just like President Whirtlin said, come what may and love it! Oh wait, that mean I will see the HEIMONEN'S again!!! Yeah, I miss that family. There are the first family that I know in my mission. Look forward to come back home!!!

Well, I need to be off my ways now as the time is running out. 




Life is good at London this week. I've meet many great inspiring leaders in the present area and the past that has motivated me a lot from time to time to continue doing what I'm doing. Its meant a lot for me to have that support. The gospel has made me see things in different perspective. Its taught me a lot to not settle for less and to keep improve. I never could imagine to hear someone said to me "Thank you for help me realizing the truths about who I am" but I did. I tell them that I didn't change their lives. They the one that do it. I just play my role of conveying the message. Its them who make the decision and make the different.

The week past by really quick. Next things I know, the upcoming transfers is on the horizon. There's so much to do but so little time to accomplish it. Its help me a lot to appreciate the urgency of the work because you never know when your time is up. The most memorable moments of the week is the spirit that were felt during our Zone Council on Friday. The spirit was strong!! Many of our fellow missionaries were inspired by the council that took place. There's nothing I can wish more for them than to see them succeed and bless other people lives with this restoed gospel by losing themselves in the work.  

Have a great weekends and stay safe :)

Canada Toronto Mission

Sunday, 7 August 2016


The experience in London has taught me a new meaning of life at it peak. Living the gospel in it fullness can be very challenging at one time when you're busy with doing the things that need to be done and the same time trying to mantaining the focus to stay in line with His will. The Lord taught me a great deal of persistency and patience in stay strong in the course of my conversion.

Disappointments, pressure and failure has taught me a great value of God's true love in my life. I've been fasting multiple of times and the privileged to commune with His spirit in that period has brought me greater understanding and joy of the trials I'm facing at that time.

These past couple of weeks, my companion and I been helping out with a lot of move in the area, including our own missionaries. Needless to say, we give it all that we had!!

The highlights that I wanted to share with you all this week is this 4 things :


I wish everyone a great week and great health wherever you are. May the Lord bless you in all your doings. Take care!! :)

Canada Toronto Mission : London area
Jan 2015-Feb 2017
                                                            Don't POKEMON and drive!!!!!! :)
 Never lose sight of the Temple even though you can't get in at the time. It is a emblem of God love toward His children here on earth :)

                                                      The Pokelypes part 2!!! Its a big hit!!

Tuesday, 12 July 2016


It was another great week!! Weather is nice, can't complaint. The fun things that we do this week were helping the McCreary's with moving. There's a lot people helping out with it, so that's great. The biggest challenges that I face this week was yesterday when we were invited for a dinner from a long time church member. During the conversation that we have with the husband, I sense something is not right. I decided to ask him and I glad I did because by the end of it, we found out that he's in the verge of becoming anti. Not good. 

I never fully understanding the meaning of chunky until today and I don't like it, not at all. I want to do this(missionary work)for all my entire life. But that's not my decision to call. I will continually to embrace these last few months that I got to the fullest. 
MONDAY - Celebrated the July 4th with the Dixon's who is from the States. They originally from Utah. They moved to London a year ago due to his work. We sang a lot of American's song, including the national anthem itself. Feel like American and freedom.
TUESDAY - Meet with our recent converts, Beverley who is super awesome!! We planning to help her going to the temple to do the proxy baptism. She's looking solid for it too :)
WEDNESDAY - Member work is awesome!! As a result, we were lead to a less-active, Rachelle who her parents referred her to us to reach out. She's wanting to come back and embrace the gospel one more time. We will start working on her.   
THURSDAY - A long day....Have a MLC's meeting with our new mission president, President Shields. Super awesome and funny man. I loved him already.
FRIDAY - Skills and Interview!! Fun time. Though I been doing it for so many times, I still learning and sometime a bit nervous. It's a normal thing I guess.
SATURDAY - This is the day we went to Strathroy. Finally, after been trying for so many time, we were able to get in contact with our investigator, Patrick. Such a sweet guy!!
SUNDAY - My favourite day of the week!! I learn so many things today. One of them were a tolerance with each other especially for husband and wife. Tolerance requires a non-contentious attitude. I learn that working to solve the problem out is a better way rather than yelling, shouting and even crying sometime. 

To close thing off, I just want to share about the pure love of Christ. Love is one of our most basic needs. Without it one cannot develop normally. A person who does not feel loved usually reacts in unacceptable ways. Always seeking attention, or becoming hostile, aggressive, or even shy. No matter how he or she says it, that person is asking you to recognize him and to accept him. In effect, he is asking you to love him. I'm grateful for the Savior atoning sacrifice. He taught me a tones of things regarding love. Until next time :)
Canada Toronto Mission
Jan 2015-2017
                                                                 Happy Canada Day, eh!
                                                            With my old broken camera :(
                              ​We have the Silverado for the week due to moving apartment this week :)
                                                                   Hello everyone :)
                                    At the MLC's with the leaders of the Canada Toronto Mission :)
                                                    ​Helping moving with the McCreary's :)
                                                                  ​Pick you sword :)
 ​                                                                          LONDON, Ontario :)
                                                                    Waffle with 4 flavor!!
 ​                                                                 He's the man of the garage :)
​                                                                          Mission storage :)