Mathew 5:41

And whosoever shall compel thee
to go a mile, go with him twain.
Matthew 5:41

Monday, August 10, 2015

This is one of our investigators. We found her while we were contacting.  She is planning to get baptized on the 22nd with her 3 kids.  She makes some dope quesillos, and we found her in Leon selling them!!!!  I'm totally making them when I get back to the states.  Quesillos are tortillas with mozzarella cheese and a salad of onions and cream!!! dope guys!!! 

So we were working and we contacted this dude on a cart and he let us go to his house, but he lived far away so he took us in his wagon.  We hoped off because it was way out in the middle of no where but it was kinda cool.

So, we are preparing some families for baptism and we took them all to church in moto taxis.  That was fun.  

Not much to say this week guys.  We powered through another week, and we've got a few families that are preparing for baptism on the 22nd. Alright, so we've got Felipe, Marjori, Maria Lourdes, Maragarita and all the kids.  Felipe is getting married to Margarita after 10 years.  Maria and Marjori are getting married to Pedro and Pedro.  They couldn't make it to church, but we are praying desperately they go next week so everyone can get baptized.

Two of the Cutest Kids 

Elder Lopez and I are praying that on Wednesday we don't have changes, but if we need to go we will go.   More than anything we have been solving problems with the families. The moment they accepted a baptismal GOAL A TON OF PROBLEMS JUST RAINED DOWN, BUT IT'S ALL GOOD THEY ARE GOING TO CHURCH AND reading the stuff we give them to read. We tried something new this week teaching wise. Our mission president has told us that people do not understand everything really well the first time. We decided to teach the restoration, especially the part about Joseph Smith and the authority of God restored to the earth. It was awesome, the families understood almost everything including the Book of Mormon. That's all for this week guys love you guys!!!!!
Helping by unloading a truck load of beans, rice, and oatmeal.