Hey. Hey yo. Hey yo whats up wit dat funky piano. Gimme a track.....Yeah.
I was born in the church, jus like mah daddy was y`all......You all know the rest.
This week I have hit a big moment in the mission. I never thought I would get here. There were times of joy and times of sorrow and frustration. But now that I`m here, I will keep chugging along. Yes, you guessed it, I am findally shaving everyday! Yay lets throw a party! Oh and I may or may not be completing a year this week, but whose counting :)
This week has been a good one fo sho. We are working with Cristian and he passed his baptismal interview and will be baptized ! We are super pumped and are planning the service so that tons of people can come to support him! We also have a the family Espinoza who has a baptismal date for the . There names are Irene and Nayla. Its a mother-daughter ho-down and they want to be baptized on the bday of the mom, Irene. Nayla is 10. They are all going to be super POWERFUL converts.
We were also super pumped to have 9 investigators and 12 less active members come back to church! One investigator, Jose, asked me if the people that were there for the first time could bear their testimony. I responded yes and he jumped right up and sat on the stand and waited his turn. I look at Elder Apaza and we were full of butterflies and prayers that he would do good. He is a big black guy and wore aviator glasses all during church, so he looked pretty thuggish but with style. Then Jose gets to the pulpit and gives a pretty decent testimony! He finishes and says "AMEN TO JESUS!", and walked off with a fist in the air. It was too funny! hahahahahaha
I was also able to go on divisions with Elder Separovic for a day in my sector. He is from Chile but his last name is from Croatia. We had three lunches and two were BBQ. YUM!
Im out of time but Im glad all is well and BYU beat Nebraska. Utah fans be ashamed forever more.
Have a great week!