This past week was my final week in Oakridge. Honestly, there wasn't a whole bunch to say that was out of the normal. We did a lot of Tracting, as well as contacting, with a bunch of lessons falling through on us. One cool experience though came from teaching our next door neighbor De, who is on date for baptism. As we taught the lesson she pointed out to us that she was feeling the Spirit and that it was giving her peace despite of all the trials she is going through. She is awesome and is wholeheartedly accepting the Gospel.
Another good experience came from early in the week. We ended up giving a blessing to a former member named Troy the week before because the doctors felt he had cancer. A few days later the results came and they said it was gone and that he should be fine at least in that medical problem he had. It was a miracle and it really shows that the priesthood is real and that God does love us.
Sunday was full of saying goodbyes, and at 6:30 this morning we left for the transfer spot in Eugene. I was sent to the Roseburg zone, in the Winston area that includes the city of Green. One of the Elders that was in my MTC district is my zone leader here which is fun, and my companion is Elder Smith and he is a fun, goofy guy. Roseburg has a lot of potential and it should be a great transfer.
Thank you for all of the support!
Goodbye to Oakridge
This person is an investigator named Chuck who is on date for baptism