|P-Day Water Ballon Fight Participants!!!|
Hola todos (hello everyone) from San Pedro Sula or as the Catrachos say, "Jan Pedro." This week has been a pretty interesting week for sure. First of all, this change is just flying by. We are already in the 4th week and it feels like Elder Cox got here like half an hour ago. Time is sure flying and before we know it we'll have changes again.
So this last week we had interviews with Presidente Bush. Mission presidents and wives are basically your mom and dad while on the mission, so it's always nice to sit down and have a chat with him. We used to not have interviews every change, but now we do and I like it like that because President always has a ton of great ideas for helping out our missionary experience. So that was great.
So our baptismal date for the 19th of August that we had unfortunately fell through, but nevertheless Elder Cox and I are moving forward with a perfect brightness of hope for God and all of our investigators. We have one investigator that is really cool. He's in his younger twenties and he is super pilas. Hermana Bush in our last zone conference made a big emphasis on working with younger people and technology and it is cool to see how well it works. One of the cool things about teaching younger people is that they are kind of in a moment of finding their own path and learning how they want the rest of their life to play out and what better message than ours to share with them. Elder Cox and I have lately been focusing on trying to help our investigators keep commitments so we have kinda come up with this game plan of coming up with some easier commitments that they will have an easier time keeping to help them do a kinda line upon line process. It's been working well. We have done stuff like left videos for people to watch and inviting people to look at Mormon.org. Stuff that the younger people will have an easier time doing that might help them get into good scripture studying habits are have the desire to read the scriptures.
Today was super fun. Two districts in our zone played capture the flag with water balloons. It was our district (San Pedro Sula) against the others (?La ideal? not sure on the name). Needless to say our district won. It was super fun and it got the zone involved and helped build district unity.
Well, that's pretty much it for this week! Thanks for all the support!