No one got baptized this week, but it was still pretty good! ;)
We found some cool new people we are teaching.
Yesterday was even a little cold, and I had to wear a jacket!
(The day it snowed in Oklahoma this week it was in the 80s here!)
We are teaching a couple of different families. We found David, Rosa, and their five kids last week (the ones that came to church) and we started teaching them this week.
David is super familiar with the Bible and was excited to learn about the Book of Mormon.
(They have a daughter named Camora which sounds like the hill Cumorah.)
We also found the Salas family knocking. It is a mom and her four kids.
When we shared the First Vision with her she told us she felt a feeling she hadn't felt before and didn't want it to leave.
We committed her and three of the kids to prepare for baptism on January 21st.
There is this really awesome youth, Jackie, that just got baptized a few months ago.
She always comes out with us. Her dad, Jose, and brother, Juan, have been coming to church for a few weeks.
The dad told us he wants to be baptized, so we gave him a Book of Mormon on Sunday and are going to set the date with him this week.
Carol (our recent convert) is the best and comes to (English) lessons with us! We really love her, and her dedication to the gospel.
She sets aside two hours a day to read the Book of Mormon, has almost finished all of the talks from last conference,
and has started reading Daughters in my Kingdom and the Howard W Hunter book.
She really is a fourth floor, last door situation. We prayed at the beginning of last transfer where we should knock.
We felt like we should knock a street called Wellington, which is really long.
We spent like a week knocking, and Carol lives clear on the end.
We started her family history with her so she can go to the temple to be baptized for her ancestors.
Last P Day we went downtown. We went to the science museum and hung out at a park. (See pics above!)
I hope you all have a great Christmas and find ways to make your Christmas Christ centered!
I love you!