From Elder Miller
1. we go to church and every other Sunday we give talks in church then we proselyte for the rest of the day.
2.Yes we are! we teach less actives, recent converts, the members, and investigators of course. We teach a lot of restoration lessons and we have taught a few lessons on stories from 1 Nephi. like the Liahona and what are the Liahonas in our lives. I really love teaching about that.
3.We did one service Project last week. We helped dig a trench in the middle of a persons home to put a pipe in so the wáter could drain better. That was interesting haha
4.Highlight of this week was probably FHE last Monday with the members. I love teaching families.
5.We study in the morning and proselyte the rest of the day with a few meals here and their at our pensionista. On Tuesdays we always travel to Huaraz for a District reunión.
Helo everyone once again! I write to you this week from Huaraz. We are here for our PDay with our whole Zone! It should be a bacan day! Bacan is one of my new favorite words. It means like awesome in spanish and it sounds like rock on so its a pretty sweet Word. This week was better once again. Im really starting to have more fun with the tasks of the misión life and enjoying it a Little more every week.
This week was another great week. We are kind of struggling to help some of our investigators progress which is frustrating because it is hard to get in contact with them, but the good news is we have many more weeks to keep pushing forward. The members have been so great. Every Monday night we have a family home evening usually with a member family and an investigator. They are so fun. I have really grown to love FHE. I am also able to contribute more because my spánish is slowly but surely getting better. Which is quite the process, but It is coming and I'm excited to be able to talk to more people.
My companion has been such a great help to me. This week he really helped me to make my personal studies more effective by studying with a question. It is helped me quite a bit. It is crazy how PMG has everything we need to succeed as missionaries in it, we just need to use it and apply what we learn. I have also started using a study journal as well which is probably one of my new favorite things to use when I study.
Yesterday we packed 22 members into a van and drove to Huaraz for a special regional conference for the people of Peru. The messages were about attending the Temple and living the Góspel. The misión is definitely an adventure! I'm really starting to love it though.