Monday, March 21, 2016

Teaching Families

Well three shout outs to start off! One: Happy St. Patties Day, completely forgot about that holiday! (And don´t have anything green) Two: Happy Easter (hash-tag Hallejuah) Three: Shout out to Herriman High choir on their Music Tour to New York! Sing it out and remember for and by who you are singing (That makes more sense in spanish) 

Well this week was quite a miracle! We are finding people that want to listen. But there are not many that want to progress. Progess in this mission is going to church and a desire to be baptized. We are really being blessed with people to teach because 2 months ago we had no one to teach! The Lord certainly is watching out for His missionaries. Especially when they put in the work and pray with faith even if they have nothing! 

We are super stocked for Conference! For us in this mission, conference is a time to be able to listen to the prophets and give a chance to ALL investigators to be baptized. 

In other news, 4 elders in one house is crazy (First time for me in my mission) And I´m still forgeting english! (But we are meeting a lot of old ecuadorians that ALL went to the US during the 70´s or something like that! And they jsut love to talk to me in English!) 

Also had a surprise visit from Presidente Torres in our sacrament meeting! And we were blessed as well with an investigator bringing his wife and daughter to church! (The Lord just blessed us with 2 calls, nada más) There is a lot of good happening when we work and pray with all we have! And put everything in, no matter the situation!

Well the scripture for this week is Mosiah 26:30. Why? becuase we have an excellente investigator that wants to change his life and become a "Soilder for the Lord" but isn´t having a lot of success. The Lord will forgive those who really want to change. We just have to put the coal in the right place and the Lord brings the fire and with time and pressure: Diamond.

Share with everyone! You never know who is looking for the gospel (And a lot of times, they don´t know it either)

Elder Alder

(Picture: Good old times of Risk)

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