Good Afternoon!(No pictures this week...)
6 February 2012
Well first and foremost, I would like to wish a Happy Anniversary to Moms and Pops! I know that it isn’t until later in the week, but I won’t be able to do anything else for it then to just say it through the email.
This week was pretty good just like most of them. We had a lot of meetings and a lot of things to do throughout the week, but we still managed to get some actual missionary work done as well. We have been having a lot of success with inviting people to be baptized and them accepting it. The only thing now is that we have to translate that into baptisms. It should be interesting to see how the rest of the month plays out. We have a bunch of people preparing for baptism on the 25th of February, so we will put in the work and hope for the best. We also had to make our monthly trip down to St. George for our meeting with President Leonard. It was good, as most missionary meetings are, but we had to learn a lot and have been given a lot of responsibility. I feel I have been understanding more fully my responsibility as a zone leader and how I can better help the missionaries that serve in my zone. My stay in St. George ended up a little longer. I went on exchanges with the Assistants to the President. I loved being in St. George and the feeling that it has. I am not hoping to get transferred, but if I do, I want to go back to St. George. Well this exchange was in English again, so it turned out to be a little difficult for me to teach in English, but it worked out. It is nice to know no matter where you go or what language you are teaching in, the Gospel and Spirit is still the same.
It was really nice weather down in St. George when I was there. It was about 65-70 and a light breeze, but it definitely wasn’t like that in Cedar when we came back. I came back to Cedar with 6 inches of snow on the ground and it was about 25 degrees outside. Let's just say that I wasn't too thrilled to be back in
I had to do a lot of baptismal interviews this week. The people I interviewed were so amazing and prepared for the Gospel. I interviewed this kid named Myles. He is from
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Vivalo, amalo, predicalo! con amor, ELDER D