Kentucky, Louisville Mission

Monday, June 29, 2015

Week 65

What's up people! This week went really good! We are kind of in a finding mode right now so we've talked to And met a few new people which has been cool. So the whole situation with Our investigator took a lot of prayer and a little fasting and a lot of studying but basically because of his current condition he has no place to go and is really not doing to well, so with some help from our ward mission leader we had a sit down with Our investigator and told him that he couldn't do it on his own and not with just us either but that he would need more professional help, we more or less had an intervention and told him that if he can get clean for 3 days he can be admitted into a help program and from there after about a week go into a 6 months 12 step program and after that it would be more appropriate to think about baptism. And honestly if i had to put my money on anyone overcoming something like this, i would put it all on Him.  i think he can over come it but i guess we'll see this week.but yeah he is a great guy and hopefully a few months down the road will be able to be baptized. 

Other than that this week we started teaching a 16 year old Cuban girl named Roxana who just barely moved here a few weeks ago. She seemed pretty curious and open to what we were saying and really grasped it all, its been interesting to see that the majority of the time, teaching children or youth they usually pick it up a lot faster and understand a lot easier where as adults are usually a little more set in there ways and a little slower to pick things up. so that's cool, hopefully we'll be able to teach her and her family. 

We also have been teaching a less active guy named Vidal who is super awesome! he is super spiritual and loves to read and study the scriptures and watch conference talks and everything, he just doesn't come to church haha i think its pretty hard for members here to go to a church group where no body else speaks your language and you hear all the meetings through a headphone set, but i guess there's no excuses! we've been trying hard to get him to come to church the past 2 weeks but he hasn't made it yet. His wife is from Vietnam and isn't a member but doesn't really speak English super well, and neither does he but they communicate either way haha.

This Friday we also had interviews with President Brough which went really well. He's a great guy. The first thing he asked me was how the whole in my mouth was haha but anyway, the transfer is coming up, only one more week! its crazy how fast time is going by here!

Love you guys, hope you have a great week!

Para siempre Dios esté con vos! 

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