Matthew 28:19 "Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost"

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Week 36 - Viru

Wow this was quite the week. We were super busy pretty much all week which was great. The week really flew by! Monica and Manuel are still progressing and we are still helping them out a lot. They are very awesome and this week they had a few problems, but have been able to overcome them and it has been so cool to see. They always fall back on their spiritual experiences they have had this past month. They got in an arguement this week and things were kind of rough for a day, but yesterday we talked to them and they told us that they are better now and they are kind of nervous to get married(which is normal i think). They told us that they have been thinking a lot about their experience when they prayed together as a couple and felt that it was the right thing to do. I really love working with this family and we have gotten to laugh quite a bit with them as well. They have two little kids that are really funny. Their little daughter got a hold of a marker yesterday and basically wrote all over herself. It was quite the look.
This week we also visited an old investigator that we stopped visiting because he always had excuses for why he couldnt read or go to church. His name is Cosme. He is super nice and he cracked me up this week. When we went back to his house he and his wife told us that they had been missing us and gave us some pop and we visited for a while. We invited them to church and he came to church yesterday!!! It was so awesome. At the end of testimony meeting he told me that he wants to share his testimony we will see what happens these next few weeks. 
Our Branch President is really awesome as well. His name is President Rey. I think i sent a photo with him the other day. He is really humble and always helps us a ton. yesterday we had a little meeting with him about our branch and we set some goals to improve. He is always willing to help us and I have really enjoyed getting to work with him a little bit. 
I really love being a missionary and working with the people here. It is not easy at all, but it is definitely rewarding. I am so grateful for this opportunity. I know that our Savior lives and that he loves us and supports us.  
We moved houses this week and got a new pensionista that is closer to our new house so we had our last meal with our old pensionista this week. The family Diaz is so awesome. as you can see....


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