Kentucky, Louisville Mission

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Week 41

What's up!! Another week, another email! This week went really good!

Monday night we were able to get in contact with an old investigator named Santos Villon de Angeles (which in English means saints of the village of angels in English haha) but we got back in touch with him and sat down with him for a while and he told us that he has 5 kids with 3 different women, and that he's only 30 years old and he wants to change so there's a lot of work to do with him but hopefully we can continue helping him! 

Tuesday we went down to the trailer park for the first time in a while and we taught the crazy Catholic family that likes to feed us haha they're really cool and friendly but they're so set in their beliefs and not really willing to change so we might drop them soon, we'll se what happens! 

Wednesday I went on an exchange with the district leader and it was like below 10 degrees all day but I was in a car all day doing English work but the next day was just as cold and I was back on a bike!  We had a few good lessons and a member from Chile came out with us and it was really good! 

Friday we found a new family to teach! They are the 2nd Nicaraguan family I've ever meet and both of the women happened to be named Carla haha but its Carla, her son and daughter, her father and grandfather! there's like 4 generations in this small 2 bedroom apartment haha but they're pretty interested and I'm excited to keep teaching them!

Saturday we made our way back to the trailers and finally saw Jennifer again! its been 2 or 3 weeks since we've taught her so it was good to see her again! she is close to baptism she really wants it we just have to help her find the courage to tell her parents in México! We also found another old investigator who is probably the most humble man in the world haha he lives in a single room shack with no bathroom or kitchen just a room with a bed and a small fridge and some clothes and he had a big pile of bibles and reading material from every religion possible.  He told us that he had an 'accident' and that he always heard a voice in his head tell him things were going to happen and the would happen and he's been searching really hard for the truth so were going to try our best to help him find it! 

Over all this week has been really good and were making a lot of progress here, and overall its been pretty balanced! I hope everything's going good back home, I love you guys and miss you so much!

Para siempre Dios esté con vos!
Love Elder Follett

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