Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Week 51

IMPORTANT: Please pray for Sister Vanessa McKinnon. She is a sister from my home ward that is going through some life threatening health challenges. 

Sister Hansen is great! We are having a blast here in Suji^^ We've spent the past couple days really getting to know each other and she is awesome. I feel like I have known her forever, but we only became companions less than a week ago. 

The past week all of our investigators except one cancelled their appointments with us only 2 hours before we were actually suppose to meet with them. It has been hard not seeing any of them progress or even have the desire to really meet with us. We have a lot of potential in this area, but nothing is really working out so far. We're just trying to get through this post-baptism slump that we have found ourselves in. Sister Hansen is great though and is a champ for sticking things out with me.

The one investigator that we did meet this week is the 16 year-old referral from one of our members. She is super cute and so open to learning. We had a blast teaching with her. She is still pretty shy, but we had some good laughs. I'm excited to see how the gospel will help her with the things that she is going through in her life right now. I know that this gospel will bless her so much!

Our recent convert Lee NamHaeng is doing great. We met with her again this week and had Sulbing :) My favorite dessert here in Korea. She loves reading the Book of Mormon on the LDS app while she travels on the train or when she has extra time. She is so amazing! Her testimony has gained so much strength since her baptism. I love her so much!

This week we met a lot of crazy people as we did street contacting. Like tons of crazy people from all around the world. We had to proselyte for a new English class that is set up by a member in the other ward as a separate service project. We met people from Russian, Uzbekistan, Sri Lanka, Egypt, and some other random countries that I can't remember. There were so many foreigners at the place we were sticker boarding at. It was funny because we would ask them to stick a sticker in Korean, realize they didn't speak Korean and switch to English just to see the puzzled look on their face get even more confused just to give up and have them walk away looking at us like we were crazy. It was a blast!

Another highlight of the past week was eating a pop-tart for the first time in about a year. Wow that was a weird taste. Sister Hansen was so kind to share with me :) It was great.

I hope you are all doing well. Being a missionary is amazing even when things are hard. I love this gospel and can't wait to share it with everyone this week. Have a wonderful week! Love ya^^

-Sister Rindlisbacher

Our Ward picnic last week
My baby is all grown up and serving in a different area

Sister Rindlisbacher's new companion Sister Hansen
This is what our young women do with pictures of the missionaries >.<
Some more pictures from the ward picnic.

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