This week my companion and I did not get to work with any of our investigators, but we did meet some people who have potential of becoming investigators. One man from the Phillipines approached us while we were shopping on Pday and just started to talk to us (likely because he heard us speaking English) and apparently he had encountered missionaries in the past and he gave us his information, which was cool. We also met a man on a train who is a student in Paderborn, he has traveled to Germany for his education. He too speaks English, and we got to talk as we were all traveling, he was going to pick up his wife, who will also be a student in Paderborn. He was a very friendly man and wanted to stay in contact also.
Outside of meeting new people, we were able to meet with a less active member whom we home teach, and help out another member with his home teaching. During the end of the week we had Zone Training in Dortmund, and afterwards our district got together to find people in the area of Hagen. During that time my District Leader and I met a man who was suicidal and thinking about killing himself that night. He said he was without hope, and we did our best to help him out and support him. We invited him to General Conference, and while I don´t know what happened to him (other than he did not show up to conference), I know we helped this man out during a difficult time for him.
For conference we traveled to Hagen to watch it, while our branch traveled outside of the mission boundaries to watch conference. We spent the weekend with the Hagen Elders, which was fun. They were also doing a "mini-mission" at the time with someone who will be receiving his mission call in the coming weeks. General Conference was great, unfortunately we still have yet to see the final session of conference.
The week flew by fast, and I am half way done with General Conference on my mission now, all I have left are the two conferences next year, crazy! Anyways, the work continues on! Until next week!
Aaron and Ultron on the Train