This week has been full of copying records, trying to not get lost, and teaching two lessons. It has been a stressful week, but we are having so much fun.
Our first lesson was with a woman who met with missionaries a long time ago. She introduced us to her aunt and they both have a lot of interest in the church. They really want to know what we believe and what makes us different from other Christians. We were able to set up a return appointment and will hopefully be meeting with them every week.
The second lesson was with 서우 자매님 who is the daughter of a recent convert that was baptized last year. She is 9 years old in Korean age (8 in American age) so her attention span is very limited. We tried our best to keep the lesson very simple and short for her. It was a little stressful, but she is so cute. Hearing her bear her testimony and share her desire to get baptized was so precious. I am so excited to help her prepare to be baptized!
This week we also went Book of Mormon sticker boarding. Our elders made a giant Book of Mormon out of a door that we used on the street. It was super awesome. We were able to give out a lot of Book of Mormons and get people's phone numbers to meet later. Sticker boarding is one of the best ways that we have to talk to people on the street so I love doing it.
|Book of Mormon sticker board|
Book of Mormon sticker boarding. The two girls on the left were students that came to stick a sticker and we told them they should be in the picture with us. They couldn't stop giggling while we took the picture >.<
Giant ice cream cone from last p-day
|I'm a great trainer ;) We bought matching shorts last p-day!|
Today is going to a be a bit crazy because we are moving. Since we live so far away from our area (45 minutes by bus) our Mission President is moving us to the Elders house, which is a 5 minute walk from the church. The Elders will be moving to another house and will be living in a 6 man house. Hopefully they'll be able to find some way to focus with all of them living together.
The weather is still a little chilly, but it's definitely getting warmer. Missionary work is great and I am absolutely loving life. I love my companion and I love my area. We are seeing miracles everyday and I know that we will continue to see them as we work hard. I hope that you are all well. I love you!
"How far can you live from your address????........"
"You can't tell someone that Rejon Rondo left the Celtics and then expect them to teach the gospel..."