We found donuts!
Myth busted: Donuts do exist in Chile.
This week was fun - lol
Love you, Mom!
Editor's Note: So this was the email we received this morning. As you can imagine, we were a bit disappointed. Like, frustrated, disgruntled, I-think-I'm-calling-the-Mission-President kind of disappointed. Like, why-didn't-you-at-least-sent-a-picture-of-the-stinkin'-donut disappointed! Thankfully, we received a part two. And a couple of photos. But not of the donut.
This week was cool. We finally got one of our recent converts to come to church. It was great. I asked the mission president for help and he said, "Ningun investigador va a asistir si ellos no están leyendo en el Libro de Mormón y orando primero." So we invited them to pray and read (the Book of Mormon) as a family one time, and they came to church the next day! Cool.
Unfortunately, none of our investigators came to church, because they're flakey. Except for Guillermina. She didn't come because she's a sweet old lady and it was cold as the dickens yesterday.
|The Missionary Planner!|
So, our zone leaders in Calera de Tango are both assistants to the mission president right now. One of them went on divisions with Elder Goodrich and me. He gave us the Elder Peterson challenge -which is to fill out a baptismal form in a first lesson and then baptize them (after they have had all the lessons and their pre-baptismal interview). We are gonna try it with this Peruvian guy named Patrick. He's come to church twice and he is not even an official investigator. We didn't even know him or invite him before he showed up to church.
|We found this never before seen photo of Nathan |
last night on an SD card in an old camera
Love you guys,