Tuesday we helped out a member translate a letter from German into English. Because I was the only English native speaker, I ended up doing a lot of the work. After that, we were invited by an older member in Siegen to play badminton with his friends and students from the university in Siegen. Elder Pfleumer and I ended up playing badminton with a bunch of guys from the Middle East who couldn´t speak German or English. Wednesday we visited a member who was in the hospital to see how he was doing, and we drove out to meet our American investigators and had a good lesson and answered questions they had about how to read the Book of Mormon.
Thursday we drove up to Dortmund for district meeting, my first one in my new area. After the meeting, I went on a split with our district leader in the city of Dortmund. While on the split we passed out invitations to a Summer Grill put on by the church in Dortmund, and we stumbled upon a Romanian family that embraced us and the Gospel with open arms. We were trying to find an apartment, and as we were going up the stairs, the family saw us as we walked by their door, and asked who we were. Before we knew it, we were inside their home talking about how they wanted to come to church. The next day before we split back we visited the family again and gave them copies of the Book of Mormon in Romanian, which they were excited about. What a way cool experience!
Saturday was spent planning for the next week and getting into contact with members. Sunday came along and we had three investigators come to church, probably a new record for my experiences on my mission, and after church we visited the member in the hospital again, with the senior couple, and in the evening we had dinner with a member.
Time is moving fast!
Ulton is still hanging around with the Elders