Hola mi familia!
So we got transfer calls Friday morning! I'm staying here in Nashville! And my companion is elder Lachance. He's the super tall guy from last transfer. He served in providence a, got transferred to columbia, and now is coming with me in providence b. It's his last transfer so that's going to be fun. I'm actually super excited because we got along really well when he was here.
This week was awesome! We worked really hard this week and it payed off. We worked a bunch with angel and he's starting to really progress. We set a baptismal date with him for June 2nd! Which turns out to be his birthday! We set it pretty far away because he definitely needs his time, but now that he has this goal in mind he's taking it a lot more seriously. The only problem is being able to meet with them frequently enough.
We also met with Fabian and his family. He's the drunk member we found that I talked about last week. But his desires to change and come back were real. He expressed it in the closing prayer of the lesson. And his wife and kid were really into the lesson too. We were supposed to meet with them again last night but we got stuck at the church cleaning up after the sisters baptism. But they are definitely one of our main focuses at the moment.
We also found another really cool Honduran family on Saturday. We were looking for a girl we came in contact with a while back, and we knocked her door and she wasn't home. But her family still invited us in and we taught them the first lesson. It's really crazy how easily we come in contact with prepared families. The lord has his hand in his work. I know that for a fact.
Anyways that's pretty much it for this week. I'm loving it out here and time just seems to be flying by! Mother's Day is in 3 sundays. It feels like just yesterday that it was Christmas
PS. He is still in the same apartment for now. His companion headed for Bowling Green
|Weird tradition, when a missionary goes home you do a "funeral" at the last district meeting|
|This is one of my buddy elder quiring in it who is back in cedar hille. We've been in choir together since 9th grade|
|View from our back porch|