Querido el mundo,
We taught a lot of cool people this week and met even more cool people. Missionary work is so awesome!
We have been working a lot with Alberto. He knows his Bible really well, and we have to make sure that we never Bible Bash, but always just teach with the Spirit. He has a sincere desire to learn and find out if what we teach really is true. I am really excited for him, because I know that if he prays with real intent he will get an answer.
On Halloween we met a really cool woman, named Shamika. I locked my bike to her fence, while we were trying to meet someone across the street. She came out trying to figure out whose bike it was. So we went over and apologized, and while we were there, we taught her the gospel. She committed to baptism and I am super excited for her. Unfortunately, she speaks English, so we had to refer her to the English Elders, but it was still super cool to be able to be a part of that process.
We had district meeting during Halloween night , so that no one would confuse us with Trick or Treaters. Hermana Martinez and I made squished witches for all of the elders there. They loved them so much. We also switched name tags for the night. I dressed up as Hermana Martinez and Hermana Martinez dressed up as Hermana Sanchez. We thought that we were so clever.
Planning for Saturday, we realized that we had not found as many investigators as we would like, so we decided that we would do everything in our power to find new investigators. We also realized that if we could find and teach a father with a wife and 3 children, it would do a lot to help our numbers. So we started praying to find a family with a father, a mother and 3 children, over the age of 8. We went up to contact one of our referrals, for a man named Guadalupe. He has a wife and 3 children over the age of 8. We found a family with a father, a mother, and 3 children! God answered our prayers. We weren't able to teach Guadalupe at that time because he was literally running out to work, but we set up an appointment for next week.
I feel like Spanish is coming along, I am getting more comfortable at reading spanish. Hopefully listening and speaking will come over time.
Today, we went to the Masonic Temple, well, actually the guy called it a lodge. It was really cool. There were a lot of cool symbolism. We thought it was really cool that some of the symbolism is similar to symbolism in the church, like the sun, the moon, and the stars.
Y'all have a blessed day,
Hermana Julie Anna Sanchez
|All of the Spanish Sister Missionaries currently serving in her mission|
|Attending a special training meeting|
|This was one of the math teachers at the high school we went to.|
Julie was excited to see her.
|At the Masonic Temple (lodge)|