We had a wonderful experience with some very sweet refugees from Burma. They escaped execution. Our missionaries tracked into one family that spoke some english. We found out that there were about 45 of them. We decided to offer to teach them English and in some way bring the love of the Savior and the spirit to them. We knew we needed to get the members involved so at the recommendation of the stake president we called Sister Ikuo Patton, our stake Relief Society president. She was thrilled and wanted to have them all to her home for dinner so they could feel our love and caring. That was before she learned that there would be 45 of them. We moved the dinner to the church but she insisted on making dinner for them. She and her husband and son who you can see here did all of it. These sweet families were overwhelmed at the kindness and warmth that they received. You can tell that family is a priority with them. Even with the language barrier, there was a feeling of brotherhood that evening. Some of them are coming to church, but it is hard because they don't understand very much english. As they learn more, it will be easier to share the blessings of the Gospel with them. We are grateful that the Lord allowed us this opportunity.