Well, it's that time again of transfers! I am staying in Newport for round three and Elder Huang is going on down to Eugene to become a Chinese YSA Elder once again. In exchange, I am getting Elder Law. I don't know a whole lot about him until he drives in later tonight, but I will tell you more next week when I have gotten to get to know him.
This week was spent doing some more tracting and contacting of our investigators. We managed to find a couple new people through it, as well as finding many new potentials. A lot of the week really was spent in an effort to improve the work in future weeks. The main highlights came from meeting with our investigators as well as district meeting.
In district meeting we really focused on sharing our testimonies. It was a very Spirit filled meeting as the district members bore their testimonies. Truthfully, one of the best things we can share with people is our testimonies. People really don't care how much you know until they know how much you care, and that is done through the bearing of testimonies as well as service.
The end of the week was filled with packing as well as saying good byes to several investigators and members for Elder Huang. In it we managed to meet with Guillian again. It was interesting, because of the business of what has happened to them the past two weeks we were unable to meet with them. In that time Guillian lost a lot of the enthusiasm he had for baptism. But as the meeting happened the Spirit really worked on him until he opened back up to it again. Now the trick will be helping him continue to feel that Spirit!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone and thank you for all of the support!
Goodbye to Elder Huang
The owners of the apartment let the missionaries who
stay there write their name on the wall when they leave.
Pool Table Tag