Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Week 68

Wow this week was awesome! Since it was 추석 (Korean Thanksgiving) we had so many opportunities to learn about Korean culture. 

Monday we had a interim training meeting for all the new missionaries. That was in an area that is 2 hours away by subway so the day was spent traveling to and from that. We also had a dinner appointment with a member. I love this ward so much!

Tuesday was zone conference and man that was SO MUCH FUN! We first learned about family history from a senior couple that just came to our mission. The 방s (Bangs) originally are from Korea, but immigrated to America over 40 years ago. Afterwards we played a few Korean games, which was super tricky to do in a 한복 (Hanbok - Korean traditional clothes) and ate 송편 (half-moon shaped rice cake). It is my favorite kind of 떡 (rice cake) but usually is only out around the holidays. I ate so much of that stuff this past week! :D 
Hanboks :D
Wednesday was our p-day and we spent it at the 한국미속천 (Korean Folk Village) It was super fun to run around with all the missionaries looking at everything. We had a blast! Everything is super traditional looking and they have a bunch of shows that you can watch. We ate some good food and took lots of pictures.
Greenie tortue
Sibling love
Thursday we had a language evaluation for Sister Hill. Since I am the STL (sister training leader) in my zone we did it with Sister Eversole after doing her companion's evaluation. It went really good! Sister Hill is progressing a lot in her confidence and ability to speak Korea :)

General conference was amazing!!! I don't think I could pick one talk that was my favorite. Everyone's words were so inspired! One quote that I really loved was "The gospel doesn't remove trials, but it remove the barriers to heavenly help." I can't remember who said it, but amen to that. I know that this gospel is true and that as we live it we receive heavenly help! I have felt it everyday on my mission! I know that this gospel is true!
General Conference with the district
Love you all! Have a great week 🤗

-Sister Rindlisbacher

P.S. we got transfer calls. Sister Hill and I are staying together (of course since she is being trained) for my last transfer. It is scary how fast time has gone!
Our fearless leader dies on Thursday :'(

Last p-day adventures






Saturday, October 7, 2017

Week 67

​Well... September has come and gone already. I honestly have no idea how time can pass by so quickly. It feels like just yesterday I was called to be a trainer again and now Sister Hill has already been in Korea for over a month! 

Last p-day was super fun! We had a zone p-day and ate lunch together before we played games and watched a movie. I was pretty stressed before the p-day started because I got put in charge of making sure lunch got there and was paid for. Ordering chicken for 20 hungry missionaries stressed me out so much I had dreams about it the night before ㅎㅎ It all turned out okay :D I really love being a missionary!
Lunch for zone p-day #chickenfordayyyyys
Don't mind the sweaty Chinese elder taking the picture ㅎㅎ
The typical game of BANG
We also had a zone 전도 activity here in our area. That was also stressful, but I made the other missionaries in my ward plan it muahaha! It turned out really good and we got a good amount of phone numbers. Unfortunately since the holiday in Korea they are all busy until next week sometime. One women that I talked to was so amazing! She really wondered how we could know God and how that would help her family. I was able to get her number and talk with her on the phone. She lives up in the Seoul mission so we're going to refer her after the holiday.

We attended a meeting about our new English program that will be standardizing how missionaries teach English in South Korea. It seems like a really awesome program that will focus on helping people ages 15-25 learn English skills that will prepare them for interviews and other things. We are trying to figure out how to make a smooth transition from the programs so prayers are very needed.

I was blessed to be with the amazing Sister Eversole this week for exchanges. It is always such a party being with her! We have way to much fun, which is probably why we were never companions, but got to live together twice. We had a lovely time meeting with a potential investigator Crystal who is from Mongolia. We were able to set up the English program and will start meeting with her after the holiday.
Exchanges
Right now we are just preparing for 추석 (Korean Thanksgiving) Everyone in Korea commits a mass exodus to the country side so all us missionaries in Seoul have no one to talk to for a week. We are making some paper 한복 (Korean traditional dress) for each family in our ward. We started last night and are almost finished :) Both Sister Hill and I got super tired of folding paper that we almost gave up haha
Making the paper 한복
Paper 한복
We had some appointments set up with investigators, but they all cancelled. That was a real bummer, but we kind of saw it coming because everyone just leaves from the holiday. We're just trying to keep our heads up and find things to fill our time. Last week we did a lot of street contacting so we have some really good potential investigators that want to meet next week! Pray for them :)

Our ward is super amazing and let us borrow 한복 to wear to our zone conference. They brought 4 or 5 different ones to church so that we could pick. They are all so beautiful and we are so excited to wear them tomorrow! They also played dress up and we were the dolls. At first we were just making sure they fit, but then they told us we had to wear them for church. We spend 3 hours in them... Not the most comfortable thing I might add. Lots of people kept staring at us during sacrament or commenting on them in their testimonies. It turned out to be a really fun fast Sunday.
The real 한복
I wanted to share something that I read this week that I really loved. It was an experience that President Gordon B. Hinckley had. He is speaking about an experience he had as he was conducting open house for a newly renovated temple.

"It was my privilege to speak to them and to answer their questions at the conclusion of their tours. I told them that we would be pleased to answer any queries they might have. Many were asked. Among these was one which came from a Protestant minister."

"Said he: 'I've been all through this building, this temple which carries on its face the name of Jesus Christ, but nowhere have I seen any representation of the cross, the symbol of Christianity. I have noted your buildings elsewhere and likewise find an absence of the cross. Why is this when you say you believe in Jesus Christ?'

"I responded: 'I do not wish to give offence to any of my Christian brethren who use the cross on the steeples of their cathedrals and at the altars of their chapels, who wear it on their vestments, and imprint it on their books and other literature. But for us, the cross is the symbol of the dying Christ, while our message is a declaration of the living Christ.'

"He then asked: "If you do not use the cross, what is the symbol of your religion?'

"I replied that the lives of our people must become the only meaningful expression of our faith and, in fact, therefore, the symbol of our worship...

"... No sign, no work of art, no representation of form is adequate to express the glory of the wonder of the Living Christ. He told us what that symbol should be when he said 'If ye love me, keep my commandments."

I know that the way that we live and choose to worship our Father in Heaven is the true symbol of our faith. I am so grateful that for the past year I have been able to show people everyday how much I love my Savior Jesus Christ and Father in Heaven. I am so grateful to be a missionary! I hope that you all have a lovely week! Love you! Don't forget to show people your faith~

-Sister Rindlisbacher

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Week 66

What a wonderful week!!! I love being a missionary!!!

Last p-day was a blast. We went to 여의도 island and rode tandem bikes. That was an experience! It felt more like balancing than riding a bike, but it was great! Pictures to come :) I also accomplished my dream of climbing on the "I Seoul U". Every time I've gone in the past I was wearing a dress so climbing was a no go, but this time I went prepared. I was so pumped to climb it and then once I started I realized I had no idea how to get to the top. I took some time, but I finally did it. Sister Hill got some pretty funny candids of me trying to work my way up.

Me when I realized I didn't know how to get up onto the 'O' ㅋㅋㅋ
Tandem bikes :D
This past week was also SYL (speak your language ) week for our zone. It has been really silent in our house for the past few days. At first we were really good, but Sister Hill got a bit discouraged and kind of just stopped talking. It takes a lot of patience to try and communicate everything through Korean, but we made it out alive. I notices after we stopped my English was super bad. I couldn't form a proper sentence haha That made my weekly calls to the sisters fun >.<

Interviews were last Tuesday and let me tell you I am so grateful for President Turner. It is always a pleasure to talk with him one on one. Lately a lot of things have been weighing on my mind, but the short 20 minutes that I had with him seemed to make them all disappear.  I was able to gain a lot of comfort from his words. He is truly called of God to serve as my mission president!

I was blessed to go on exchanges with Sister Legaspie again. This time we aren't both greenies ㅎㅎ She is such an amazing and dedicated missionary. Lately she has had some health problems, but that never stops her from giving 100% all the time with the brightest smile on her face. It was so awesome to serve with her. We had some good laughs about our greenie days and that exchange when we literally had no idea what we were doing. We were able to visit a less-active sister that Sister Legaspie grew up with in the Philippines. They got to catch up and I got to try some Filipino food called "caldereta".  It was delicious!

We had some good lessons with two of our investigators and we were able to pick up another woman to do the English program. Last week she punked us and didn't show up to our appointment, but this time we were able to meet. She is super cute and I think she has a lot of potential to open up to the gospel. Her name is Jeoung SeoungMi, please pray for her!

Sunday was the best day out of the week. We had a member present lesson during church and our investigator HaNeul opened up a lot about the curiosities that she has about religion. It was an amazing lesson. One of our less actives also came to church. He is the man that Sister Cuary and I found last transfer. The day that we first met him I felt Heavenly Father's love so strongly. I knew that Heavenly Father was reaching out to him through us. He had a great time at church.

I've been reading in Teaching of the Prophets from Gordon B. Hinckley lately and wanted to share something that I found. Chapter 3 is GOLD if you ever get a chance to read it! It talks about keeping a positive and optimistic mind through the storms that come with life. He said "The gospel is a thing of joy. It provides us with a reason for gladness". I know that our faith can shine through all sorrows or darkness. That through the Gospel of Jesus Christ any storm can be weathered and we can find happiness. Life is never easy, but life is wonderful! 

"Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest." - Joshua 1:9 

Heavenly Father had commanded that we move forward with faith and happiness. He has given us every tool that we need to make it through this life successfully. I have felt so much of his divine help throughout the past year as a missionary. Life is crazy hard, but it is the biggest blessing. 

Love you guys! Have a great week!

-Sister Rindlisbacher
Still trying to climb the sign ㅋㅋㅋ
I did it!!!
Trying to figure our how to get down
Sister Legaspie


Week 65

Wow... I can't believe that we are already half way through September. The weather had been throwing me off lately because it has gotten cold. Everyday it starts at about 65 degrees and then warms up to the mid 80s. The nights are even colder so the other day Sister Hill was talking in her sleep and asked for another blanket. I responded that they are in the bottom draw of the dresser and that she could get it. That actually woke up her up and she was super confused so she just went back to sleep. I eventually got up and got the blanket for her. She was even more confused in the morning when she found another blanket on her.

Last week I started my adventure as a gardener. Lately I have be re-doing Personal Progress to give me a little extra direction during my studies and free time so I decided for my Faith project that I was going to build a garden. It has been a bit challenging trying to do everything while also still handle all the normal responsibilities as a missionary, but I have found so much inspiration as I've been doing Personal Progress. We spent last p-day getting supplies and trying to figure out how to put everything together. Needless to say I learned some really good gardening vocabulary including the verb 'to make moist'. Honestly, I didn't have the faith that those little seeds would grow. They were just so tiny and I have never planted a garden before. It has been so thrilling to watch them pop out of the dirt and grow. I now have faith that if you plant a seed IT WILL GROW!
Planting my garden

We've got growth people!!!  #faith
We also had zone conference. It is always a pleasure to be with President and Sister Turner. They are my favorite! I also was able to make it through my training :D I don't know if anyone else felt as inspired as I did while I was preparing. I wanted to share just a few things that I learned. First, a scripture of course :) Doctrine and Covenants 88: 67 & 68

67 And if your eye be single to my gloryyour whole bodies shall be filled with light, and there  shall be no darkness in you; and that body which is filled with light comprehendeth all things.68 Therefore, sanctify yourselves that your minds become single to God, and the days will  come that you shall see him; for he will unveil his face unto you, and it shall be in his own time, and  in his own way, and according to his own will.
 
I know that the light we gain from sanctifying ourselves will help us to shine through any darkness the world throws at us. That light we gain little by little is just preparing us for the light we will receive in the Celestial Kingdom when we return to live with our Father in Heaven. 

Another thing is something that a sister who is going home soon said in her last talk. She talked about how she came on a mission thinking that she was going to be sharing the love OF God, but has come to realize as she is sharing that she is also sharing her love FOR God. It really touched my heart because it is so true. For the past year or so I have been sharing my love For God and for this gospel. I have been so extremely blessed to see a glimpse of heaven everyday as I serve here in Korea.

We were also able to do some role plays with the APs and President Turner. It was pretty daunting for Sister Hill, but she did great. It also helped her see that she really can speak Korean and is able to be a missionary all on her own. Afterwards we headed to dinner and then to a 전도 활동 (proselyting activity) that was with another zone. We played 'Are you better than a 외국인?' (Are you better than a foreigner?) It was great to have some fun with people. We did different activities like arm wrestling, tic-tac-toe, juggling a soccer ball, using chopsticks to move grains of rice from one bowl to the next, etc. President and Sister Turner were also able to join us. It was a blast.




I also finished my two week exchange and was back with Sister Cuary for the night hehe jk, we just went on our normal exchange. It was so weird to be back with her. It felt like she never left. It was fun to work with her again here. We were able to do some practice lessons with members and man were they confused because she was back. One member didn't even realize that she had left and thought everything was normal haha.

Sister Hill and I also made the adventure to get her 외국인 card. We got to the place a little early so that we could grab lunch. We ended up meeting a woman named Peppy. She teaches English and we were able to get her number. Although she wanted us to stop by for some tea we had to refuse so that we could get back to our area. I hope that she'll meet the missionaries again someday.

Our investigators and potential investigator appointments all fell through this week. It has been rough, but we're smiling our ways through it. Luckily we had some good practice lessons with members. They really saved our week!

Sunday was lovely. I had to give a last minute talk in sacrament meeting so Saturday night was spent trying to figure out how to speak in Korea. They also didn't give me a topic to speak on so I just kind of winged it and spoke about Hope. Lately it is the only thing that gets me through the days. The hope that Heavenly Father has something planned for us in the area. The work has been really slow, but it has allowed me to really reflect on how blessed I have been throughout my mission. Being a missionary always has it's challenges, but it is the best! I absolutely love serving the Lord here in Korea! I hope that you all have a great week. Love ya!

In case anyone is curious what a last minute talk in Korean looks like


-Sister Rindlisbacher

The first time I 배달ed (home delivery) by myself... I always made someone else with better Korean do it, but now it's up to me >.<
Yummy foods
A past investigator from another area stalked me on Facebook the other day and sent me this picture ㅋㅋㅋ



Thursday, September 14, 2017

Week 64

Hello! Another week here in the wonderful country of Korea :D

Things are going good. The work is slowly moving forward and Sister Hill and I are having a blast serving here together. This past week we made the journey to 안양 (Anyang) for MLC. It takes about 2 hours by train, but that includes 3 transfers to different subway lines. It is always so exhausting having to travel all day. We went down for MLC and had to come right back to our area for English class, grabbing dinner on the way in one of the subway stations. 

English class is great as always. I love all the students that I teach. They just crack me up. I teach basic class with Elder Cleto and they say the funniest things! Most the time we are just laughing together at something someone said. One of the students from another class came up to me and asked how many people were in our class (we only have 4) because it always sounded like we were having so much fun. We do get pretty loud because there is one man who is 72 years-old and really hard at hearing. Most of the time I am half yelling at him so he can understand what is going on. Another member of the class always yells at him in Korean because she get frustrated that he asks questions about things we had just finished explaining. It is hilarious!

This week we were blessed to meet with one of our investigators. We met with the family that the father is less-active. It has been about a month since we met with them last. We had a good lesson about missionary work and service. It was a little rough to focus them, but we had a great time. They committed to coming to church, but didn't end up going. We were supper bummed out yesterday.

We were also able to find some good potential investigators this week as we went sticker boarding with our elders. We decided to try somewhere new and went to a different part of our area. There weren't as many people as some of the other places we normally do it at, but it was nice to find people that had never seen missionaries before. Last night we were able to set up an appointment with one PI for Saturday and we are super pumped!

Last p-day was killer... literally. We hiked up 계양상 (GyeyangSan) which is just a hill/mountain that we can see in our area. From the ground it doesn't look that big, but man we were hurting afterwards. We climbed roughly 2000 stairs to the top (Sister Hill kept count haha) and had a picnic on the top with our district. It was really sunny and hot all the way to the top, but then the weather had mercy on us and it got a little cooler. The clouds covered the sun and we enjoyed our hike back down. All of our legs were a little shaky going down >.< We got smoothies together and then went on our way. I introduced Sister Hill to DAISO (the best store in all of Korea!) and we had dinner before going out to be missionaries :)
Us at the beginning (I was already dying)
Lunch time
Our fearless district leader
Made it to the top
The view from the top
Next week is going to be super busy and will probably fly by. We have zone conference, exchanges, lots of member appointments, and hopefully some appointments with our investigators. Please pray for me! I have to give training by myself tomorrow at zone conference D:

Another highlight was that Brother 나광수 (a less-active that we have been working with) went to church. Granted he went to a different ward and everything, but none the less HE WENT! I was only slightly bitter when I heard from my past companion Sister Cuary that he went to a ward in their building. Hopefully in the future he will come to our ward in 청라 (Cheongra).

Before I go I wanted to share one scripture that I found during my prep for zone conference. This time around we are talking about sanctification.

 "And if your eye be single to my glory, your whole bodies shall be filled with light, and there shall be no darkness in you; and that body which is filled with light comprehendeth all things." - Doctrine & Covenants 88:67

I've been thinking a lot about the reason that we have to sanctify ourselves. One thing that I though of is as we sanctify ourselves we are able to show people the Light of Christ that is in us. Through that light others can receive the confirmation of the truths that we are teaching as missionaries.  I know that the heavens will open and we will see miracles are we sanctify ourselves through the Atonement of our Savior Jesus Christ.

Love you guys!

-Sister Rindlisbacher
Our less-actives keep sending us inspirational quotes :)
Sister Eversole ㅋㅋ man I love her



Monday, September 4, 2017

Week 63

Ah yeah! We are seeing the greenie miracles here in 청라 (Cheongra)! 

My new companion is Sister Hill from Sandy, Utah. She is just a little ball of sunshine so we are doing great. She is such a trooper. Her first night here in Korea after getting back from the mission home was teaching a new investigator that we found last week. We got home and settled for about 10 minutes before leaving again to go to our appointment. We got a little lost because I had never been to her house before so we wandered a bit, but eventually found it after she ran out to get us. In my defense her directions weren't the best so we walked the wrong way for about 5 minutes. That appointment went really well and her oldest daughter was home so we were able to pick her up as an investigator too! We'll be going to their house every Wednesday to do our 30/30 English program. We're super stoked!

The weather this past week has been beautiful! It was been in the 60s at the beginning of the week and has slowly gotten a little warmer. It freaked us out at first because when we went out in the morning it was colder outside than in our apartment. It took a few minutes to adjust. I also had to break out my cardigans so I wouldn't freeze. Sister Cuary wrapped herself up in her blanket like a burrito one day because it was so cold.

Also our water heater stopped working... that was a fun morning of ice cold showers. It was Sister Hill's first day in our area. I felt super bad. I tried to figure out how to fix it, but the instructions were super confusing. We ended up calling our landlord and he fixed it for us. Such a nice cute old man :)

We had a few visits with some members. We have definitely felt a lot of their love over the past week. They have really reached out to help Sister Hill feel welcome. We met with one to teach her daughter who will get baptized next month and had lunch together. We met with another at her home for dinner. I absolutely love this ward!

Last p-day was a bit crazy. Sister Cuary just moved an area over so we just took all her bags to the new house. The other sisters weren't home so we ate all their chocolate hehe Just kidding... of course we got their permission first. Sister Davis had some really good homemade cookies that her grandma sent her so we swiped some of those :D Korean sweets just aren't very good.

Our biggest miracles was meeting with Brother Na GwangSu. He is the less-active that I found with Sister Cuary last transfer when we randomly went to visit his house with the wrong name and number, but found him. We keep in contact with him, but over the past weeks we were to busy to go and visit. His daughter is in the hospital right now because she had surgery. Yesterday we were able to go with our Bishop and Ward Mission Leader to visit. It was such a last minute miracle! We were able to get her phone number and will hopefully meet her in the next few weeks once she is healed. She has English interest, but her dad really wants her to get baptized. We'll see what she thinks though.

Life is crazy wonderful. I'm trying to soak in this dream that is being a missionary in Korea. I can't believe that the time that I have left is so short. I don't know where time has gone! I absolutely love life right now! I hope that you are all loving it as well. Don't forget to count your blessings :)

"Whatever the world throws at your throw back a smile" -Elder Lam (our new AZL)

Love you guys!

-Sister Rindlisbacher
Our entire mission for last weeks emergency drill
The trainers and new missionaries
I'm trainer her right :)
First district meeting of the transfer. Yay for the 31st and Baskin Robbins

Picking Sister Hill up from the mission home
Tender moments hehe
Burrito Cuary





Sunday, September 3, 2017

Week 62

Dang... The past week was just a blur. So much happened! But the most exciting/terrifying news... TRANSFER CALLS! 

Drum roll please........... I'm staying in Cheongra (no surprise there) and my companion will be..... I actually don't know yet because I'M TRAINING AGAIN! I was not expecting that one at all. I may or may not have yelled at President Turner over the phone when he said that I was training again. But the biggest twist it that because I am staying in my area I will still be an STL. I'm not sure yet how I'm going to pull that off, but I know the Lord knows what to do so I'll be asking him lots of questions and for lots of help.  I'm sure I'll also receive a lot of help from the other missionaries that I am serving with. Here is a quote from my district leader after I told him I was going to die hehe

"You might die, but it's in the service of your God so it's the best time to die" -Fearless District Leader 

In other news we had a special MLC this past Tuesday. It was so amazing! We talked about being Christlike leaders and helping other missionaries to do the same. We were asked to read the talk "The Greatest Leaders are the Greatest Followers" by Spephen W. Owen 


It is an amazing talk so I highly recommend it :) It is always such a pleasure to receive training from President and Sister Turner as well as the APs. They are all such amazing missionaries and leaders. It was also nice to see Sister Clarke off before she went home last week. She was an amazing missionary and we all miss her a lot.

We also had a 전도 (proselyting) activity this week with our zone. We woke up to pouring rain and thought we might have to cancel it. We called the zone leaders and asked what they thought as they said "....그녕 해요" which basically means "ehhhh.... just do it" We decided to move forward in faith and continue to have the activity. We said a prayer and just went on with our day. It poured for almost the entire day. Getting to our district meeting was a little tricky because of the rain, but we managed. After district meeting the heavens cleared up and the rain stopped. We were able to have a great activity together. We played "Amazing Pace" which was something that I had done in a previous zone. The basic concept is that you have a bunch of things that you have to do (in order) and you set the pace. I was with Sister Munhk-Erende and we had a great time. She is still a young missionary so it was fun to try and help her open up more on the streets.

Amazing Pace
Another fun thing that happened was the mystery mission activity. A few weeks ago we were told to hold our schedules for Friday, August 25th but that was all. We heard no other news from President Turner or the APs even though we would ask him about it. Going to bed on Thursday was a little nerve wracking because for the first time in over a year I had no idea what I was going to do the next day. We woke up the next morning to a text from the AP saying we had to get to the mission home by 10am. We quickly got ready and headed out the door. Since we live on the opposite side of the mission we got there right in time. 

We had a meeting with the ENTIRE mission and talked about the emergency plans that are set in case anything happens. I don't know of anything that is happening in the world, but I have been getting the question "Aren't your parents worried that you are in Korea" a lot lately. Everything is just fine here. No one seems to be worried about anything much. 

We saw a lot of miracles as we were out on the streets proselyting. On the way to MLC I was able to sit by a woman and talk with her a bit. I didn't have much time to explain why I was in Korea before we had to transfer so I ended up just giving her a pass-along card. After we transferred and got onto the next train I noticed that she was in the same cart with us. She waved me down and told me to sit by her. She asked me a few questions of why I was in Korea and I was able to bear a simple testimony of the Plan of Salvation. She didn't have much interest and pulled out her phone instead, but it was a cool experience for me.

We were also blessed with two new investigators this week. One is a referral from a member. Her name is 선하늘 (Son HaNul) 하늘=heaven/sky. She is 24 and super cute. She also came to church on Sunday! It was awesome to sit with her and get to know her more. She is super open to learning and has a lot of potential. We are excited to be working with her. 

The other investigator we met on the street on Friday. It was crazy! We were sticker boarding with our Elders and everyone was ready to go home, but I wanted to stay another 30 minutes. It took a little convincing, but I got them to stay. We met a lot of people with potential and were able to get a few phone numbers. One woman wanted her son to learn English with us so I talked to her for a good 10 minutes about our English program. She had to go so we exchanged phone numbers. About 10 minutes later she randomly popped up again and gave us yogurt drinks. Right before we were going to end she called and said that she wanted to talk with us more so we stayed a little longer and were able to talk with her while the elders talked with her husband. They ended up taking us out to eat lunch at a 고가 (meat) buffet, which made my companion and the elders happy. He husband said a prayer before we started eating in 방언 (the closest translation I can think of is dialect) which was SUPER WEIRD. Basically there are some people that believe that they can communicate with God through the "perfect language" but it sounds like straight gibberish... We have a return appointment so we'll see how that goes. 

I hope that you all have a fantastic week. I love you all!

-Sister Rindlisbacher

Our last district meeting (a member randomly came to the church and saw us having our meeting so she bought us 탕수육 [some kind of fried meat that is super yummy!] so we got to enjoy that together)



Dinner with the zone after our proselyting activity
Lunch with the sisters after the mystery mission activity