Hello Family! This week has been a really good week for us all around. We´ve had really good lessons, found some really good people to teach, and to top it all off, we had Elder Cook of the Quorum of the 12 come and talk to our mission! I´ve definitely learned a lot this week, and I hope to be able to communicate what I am thinking today... So here goes!So, as I said before, this Saturday Elder Cook came to talk to us. And I learned a bunch from the conference overall. I´d like to start with something that Elder Duncan, a seventy, taught us. He told a story of an Elder that was serving a mission in England. Things were going hard, and he and his comp decided to start talking more about the Savior, and try and avoid the Restoration. But he started feeling depressed, and thinking about going home. So one day, he decided to pray, and he heard a voice that said, "Testify about the Restoration." So he did, and he felt so much better about his mission.
Things are going good investigator wise also. With Cindy and her children, they are still set for this Saturday, so we are just going to visit them a lot this week to make sure that they are still on board. And a good thing with them is that they are putting the example for Antonio, the husband. He came to church this week because of them! If they can just keep being the example, I have a feeling that the whole family will one day be members.
Wosvelí is still as prepared as ever, and this week we started his divorce process, but I´ll be long gone before it´s done. But the important thing is that he gets baptized eventually.
We´ve also got some really cool people that we are working with right now, they just need to take the next step towards baptism. But things are really looking good here in Chiquilajá!
I love you all, and love how close we all are. I was thinking about it the other day, one of a missionaries biggest drives is how close his family/friend relations are at home. And I´m so grateful to have a VERY strong one. I love you all so much. Until next time!
- Elder Stuart
P.S. James 3:4 (Also 3-5)