All missionaries are safe and accounted for. They were contacted Thursday morning an instructed to either stay inside or go to a place where they would be safe, in most cases the local chapel. Their zone leaders check on them periodically and report back to President Leota.
The Church is working on addressing the needs of the members and the missionaries.
As I was running on Thursday morning, the day the cyclone hit Upolu, I experienced a pretty good headwind as I was running around the track. At first I thought of it as resistance that added to my workout. Then the thought occurred to me that if I am experiencing a headwind on one side of the track I must be experiencing a tailwind on the other side. As I ran around the track I payed more attention and sure enough there was a tailwind on the other side. We have been on our mission for 10 months now and hadn't payed much attention to the tailwind that blew us along. Thursday we experienced a headwind. The headwind is now over and the tailwinds have begun again.
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