Why was this so bad? Because it happened when we had to travel. As I am writing this letter, I am currently in the area of Hagen, because we couldn´t get back to our area. Fun stuff!
Other than frustrating travel by train, my district came to our area for district meeting and then a day of finding. It was great to have everyone in our area, even though finding turned out to be difficult. After that I had a split with an Elder from Unna, together we helped a member with his home teaching assignments, and then the next day we met a man in a town called Lippstadt, who gave us a tour of the town, that was fun! He had met missionaries before, but he was on vacation. When he got back, there were new missionaries, so he showed us around town, and we got to know him better. He was a really friendly guy, something that honestly is kind of hard to find in Germany.
After the split, my companion and I were stuck in the town of Soest for an hour waiting for trains, so we walked around at night, and got some cool pictures, one of them is included with this update, along with evidence of the WWII bomb being deactivated. We also were able to meet with our homeless investigator again, and we got to teach him the first lesson, which he already knew, but we hadn´t taught it to him yet, so that was fun. Later that evening he even called us up to bear testimony, which was pretty cool. He even came to stake conference by getting a ride with members, which I am sure helped him to develop relationships further with the branch members.
Because of the Stake Conference being when the strikes were taking place, after interviews with the mission president, we couldn´t get back to our area. So Elders in our district, from Hagen, said we could overnight with them. It has been a fast week, with so much happening, and we are now fast approaching the end of the transfer. I will of course update what will be happening for the next transfer by next week. Until then!
Aaron in Soest at Night
Trains won't be running