Presidente goodman is making a lot of changes in the mission or maybe better put refocusing on things that we really need to work on. He has reinforced the rules and the white handbook and we are all tryiing to be the most obedient missionaries we can. I like all the new changes and i know we will be blessed for them! and one of the changes is that we have to drink coke every day now! haha i actually really like coke now.
But the crowning moment of this week (besides our trips to reu) was Marisol’s baptism. It was amazing. And she is finally baptised. it was an amazing baptismal service and probably the least stressed out i have been for a baptism. Our mission leader and members took care of so much. Im just so happy for marisol. She is an amazing woman, Now we are goign to fight for permission to baptize her daughter Jackelin. Her dad still doesnt want to give permission.
We are also seeing miracles with Hania. Her mom Claudia has changed so much and i think she likes us more. SHe was open to talk about a baptism date with us. We are just praying that Claudias mom recovers as fast as possible.
We also talked about baptism with an investigator Luis, who has a seventh day adventist background. But the miracle of that is that he said he would think about it. He didnt say no or its too soon or im not really interested. he still has a TON of doubts but i really have faith in him.
I love missionary work!!!!!
we broke the land lords plunger…
we got frozen yogurt in Xela.
we got up at 4am two days in a row
CON MUCHO AMOR Y BRILLANDO AUN MAS