|His brothers were anxious to|
welcome him home!
On our way home from the Salt Lake City International Airport we made a detour in Provo at the Missionary Training Center where Chase was able to spend a brief moment with his brother Elder Mica Matua who will soon be leaving for South Korea to serve the people of Busan. It was a tender mercy and another testimony to us that God hears and answers our prayers.
Now its back to work to earn a bit of cash before enrolling next semester at BYU-Provo where he hopes to play alongside his brother Kingston on the BYU Rugby men's team, learn new things and make new friends while he catches up with old friends here in Lehi.
We enjoyed his testimony this past Sunday in our Lehi 41st Ward Sacrament meeting and look forward to hearing more from him in the coming months and years.
Congratulations on a job well done Chase!
|The family welcomes home our Chase|
|Brothers have a brief moment to chat and|
catch up before Mica leaves for Korea
|Some of the Matua family welcoming Chase home|