This week was great.
We started teaching a young guy that I'll call Sam. He is awesome. He was taught by the sister missionaries who were here before us, but we lost contact with him as we came into the area. But we met him last Monday. He does tattoos for his friends. He's a real cool guy.
And Sam actually just came into the library a moment ago and he's using the computer next to us. Funny!
On Tuesday we helped a woman clean her back yard. We brought a young couple with us that just moved into the ward. It was fun to talk with her while we picked up items that she wanted to take to the dump.
On Saturday we exchanged and I worked with Elder Tingey, my old companion and now my zone leader. It was really fun to work with him again.
We taught Jim, who we've been teaching for a few weeks. He is awesome. We met him one Sunday when he walked in before sacrament meeting asking some members:
How do I go about getting baptized?
The members direct him to us. Jim is originally from the east coast. His mom was a convert to the church many years ago, so he grew up with some knowledge of the gospel. But his mother passed away a few years ago and her dying wish was that Jim and his siblings would join the church. He has been embracing the gospel. we love Jim!
We had interviews with President Van Cott on Thursday. I left feeling inspired and filled with goodness and joy, as usual. I love President Van Cott, and I love my mission. I love my Heavenly Father and my Savior Jesus Christ. These are really happy days.
|29 Palms church building|
|Picture in the church. We love the Marines!|
|Me, Elder Duffin, Elder Seright, and Elder Howard|