In an email to his parents, Easton made the following comments. Thought I would share:
"Its hard, because the mission grinds you to the ground. Mine has beat me and hit me and tried me in many different ways, but I learned a very important lesson, those who fight the will of God pridefully and rely on themselves and are worried about themselves don't progress and aren't happy in the mission. Being the best missionary doesnt come by a title; it comes by what you give to the Lord every single day, and if you hold something back, you know it, God knows it, and no one is happy.
It's been crazy to see from like, my eight month mark to now the change that has taken place. It's like I found out who I am and what I live for. I've absolutley grown to love the mission, and I'd do it again in the first moment I could."