Tuesday we had district meeting, which was about the Holy Ghost, and then I continued on the split by visiting a member and an investigator who comes from Jamaica. Even though the lesson we had planned with the investigator sort of fell apart, the lesson we did have focused on the needs of the investigator, and we had a really good experience. Wednesday we ended the split and my companion and I went out to support a member in a hospital. We also went out to visit a former investigator who has known the missionaries for a long time. This lady runs an African shop, and while we were there we meet a couple of other people who all took an interest in our message.
Thursday was largely spent helping a member with his family history, and on Friday we planned for the next week, visited the member in the hospital, and met with a member and his wife (who is not yet a member), and talked about the Law of Chasity. It turned into a really good discussion about the importance of families.
Saturday we had planned to work with a lot of the African people we know, but things didn´t totally work out. Appointments fell out, people weren´t home or busy, etc. Sunday came along, and self-reliance, physically and spiritually, seemed to be the theme of the meetings. We had three investigators come to church, including our American investigators. After church, we had a dinner appointment with a member and ended up watching the church film, "Legacy," with the member. The week ended with call-ins with our district leader as usual, but this time I learned that the investigators I helped teach and found in Dortmund during the splits actually came to church, which was exciting to hear.
Until next week!
At The Zoo
Ultron went to the zoo too.
Sent especially to his little brother, Ryan
Look Ryan! It's in Germany too!
May the force be with you!