|Drew and his favorite book buddy...|
Well, this week we were not able to find 5 new people to teach... We did a lot of service and trying to find people to teach, like tracting and street contacting and just asking around but didn't get anyone that was super interested. Normally we get at least one person who lets us in and is willing to hear what we have to share. But that's okay. We still got to help random people move boxes to and from U-hauls and bring groceries in and all that random good stuff that we do.
We coordinated with our Ward Mission leader this past Wednesday and we set up a missionary oriented activity for July 10th at 6:30 PM. We came up with an activity where you watch a movie and have s'mores. We named it Meet the S'Mormons, but we later came to find out that our Ward mission leaders wife didn't like the name so it just got changed to Meet the Mormons +dessert night... I am still bummed we didn't get to keep the name but it will always be that name in my heart. So wish us luck on that activity!!!
We are bringing Cole Nimmo (A young man going to Maputo Mozambique on his mission) out with us teaching. He taught 2 lessons to investigators and helped us with service! he is a great kid and i know he will rock it out there in Africa!
A big highlight from my week was just being a good person to the community. We didn't get to teach a lot of lessons about Jesus Christ, but we were great examples of Him. That is my favorite part about the gospel actually. I enjoy being a righteous/honest example of Jesus Christ way more than knocking on peoples doors asking them if they would like to hear a message about Him. I love to serve people and i know this quality will stick with me forever. Even after the mission.
That is it for this week. Our baptismal dates are Joan B**** and Tyler D**** on July 11th.
|A cool fish pond behind Joan's house.|
|On a hike for P-day|