Wednesday, October 15, 2014


Things are going absolutely unbelievably amazing!!

1- We are teaching a wonderful family. They came to church this past week actually! It's a family of 4, a mother, a father and two daughters. We got to meet with them afterward and Brother B especially was VERY impacted by church. He felt that every word and testimony was exactly for him. All in all, he loved it! He and his daughter are going to be baptized on Oct 28th! :) We have a church tour with them this week! He has a fear of water so he wants to see the font beforehand. Cross you fingers all goes well! :)

2-So, the spanish elders were tracting and found a family/set up an appointment with them for us! We went over and they were so nice! A 14 year old boy, a 16 year old girl, and their mother! We were able to take them on a Church Tour the next day with the Bishop and one of the Priests and then, they came to church on Sunday! The mother said that "this is where they belong!" :D The ward has been so wonderful too! They've absolutely wrapped their arms around them. THAT is what makes all the difference. The love and care that the wards give. :)

3-I also got to go on an exchange this past week! It was AWESOME! We did a lot of contacting former investigators/randomly knocking on doors and everything went AMAZING! We found 4 or so potential people we could start teaching and were able to meet all of our goals and exceed some! :) Heavenly Father has been blessing us SO abundantly! :)

4- Transfers happened! :) Not a lot of stuff is changing in our zone. We have a sister leaving, an elder leaving and we are receiving another district. We will have 3 districts in our zone!! WHOO! :) Also, Elder Olson and I are staying! We are going to get to spend Halloween and Thanksgiving with these AMAZING people! We are beyond excited! :) Now, we just need to survive one more and we'll have Christmas here as well! Also, the Axlines are getting sealed in December. :) It is going to be SO WONDERFUL. :)

Overall, those are the highlights for the week!

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