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MTC Address

Pouch Mail (*see instructions below)

Elder Christopher Pascal Chun

Ukraine Dnepropetrovsk Mission
POB 30150
Salt Lake City, UT 84130

Pouch Mail instructions:
Letter can only be one paged with one side left totally blank. Lay the letter blank side down. Fold the bottom of the letter about one-third of the way up the page and crease. Fold the top of the letter to the bottom of the first fold and crease. Secure the long side with two pieces of tape about one inch in from each end, but do not seal the ends. In the top left corner write your name and complete return address. Affix first class postage in the top right corner. In the middle write the missionary address as above.

If you use they print your emails for free and deliver them to him on pouch mail day. When you get on their website you can click "Pouch" on the left hand side and see their pouch mail countdown running. Pouch is sent once a week from church headquarters in Salt Lake City on Mondays at noon.

If you make a free account on you just need to choose "Ukraine - Dnepropetrovsk" for his mission, not the Provo MTC any more!

Packages or other letters besides pouch mail need to be mailed to the mission home to the following address:

Christopher Pascal Chun
(do not include the mission name)
Karla Marksa 27 A 5th floor

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Tuesday night was absolutely AWESOME! After our stake president had wonderful counsel for us all he was set apart around 9 pm. After that each of us received the most powerful blessing from Elder Chun. It was so apparent that he was just a tool - a worthy tool of course - in the Lord's hands. What a great way to start a mission. If any of you young men are preparing to go soon, I highly recommend leaving your family members with a blessing. They will treasure it and the moment for the rest of their lives.

Yesterday was good, too. After a father's blessing we went to take some pictures in front of the temple and with the MTC backdrop. The dropoff itself wasn't as 'cut-throat' as some have made it out to be. We were given plenty of time to get out, even catch a few candid shots with our little camera and send him off with very tight and teary hugs. That moment was tough - no doubt - the realization that 2 years are such a long time hit later that night but we are so excited for the adventures and opportunities that lie ahead of him.

PS: Sorry for the typo on the website, the city he is going to is abbreviated DNEPRO not DNETRO ;-) but I got your message anyway

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