|Coming in from the rain!!!|
Hey everyone!! So this week has been a pretty fun and good week. I got quite a few opportunities to work with my zone leaders which is always great because my zone leaders are some of the best out there.
This week started out by actually receiving some help from one of our investigators. So the youth that I was talking about last week who is a relative of another investigator and it turns out he is super pilas. Well, we found out this week that he is even more pilas than we thought. He told us that he wanted to go out and visit with us and we were like, "Why the heck not?" So we took him to visit another investigator with us. We ended up teaching some family members this other investigator and they had asked about Joseph Smith and if we worship him and all that fun stuff. Our investigator who was accompanying us explained how we don't worship him and we only see him as a prophet. It was super cool.
On Wednesday the ZLs asked us to come over to their area to help them out for the day because one of them had to get an ingrown toenail fixed up and wouldn't be able to do much walking later on and they had some important appointments. I got the chance to leave and visit with Elder Coeto who is from Mexico. He's super funny and probably one of the best missionaries in our mission. It's always cool working with other missionaries you get to see how they teach and learn new methods of teaching.
On Friday we got to do our legit splits which actually last 24 hours and we get capacitated. This time I left with Elder Huber to go and visit. It was definitely a good learning experience. He talks to a lot of people on the street which is something I definitely need to get better at. We would spend quite a bit of time on the same street just talking to every person we came across. It was cool because it got him quite a few new investigators and lots of solid contacts. On Friday we also got to celebrate Honduran independence. The stake had a big activity where each ward made a stand for the different departamentos in Honduras and our ward had Santa Barbara! So that was fun.
|One of Elder Dority's favorite areas|
|Long Live Honduras!!|
Everything is going pretty good right now. The humidity is kinda nasty, but that's not new.
Tengan una semana MACIZA! (Have a SOLID week!)
|Elder Huber...Elder Cox...Elder Coeto...and Elder Dority|
|Stake Activity celebrating Honduras Independence|
|Elders Huber and Dority (Do I see a 5 o'clock shadow?)|