Tuesday, June 26, 2012

76: Sonsonate 13


How are you family?

This week has been very busy. We've been working really hard to reach
our goals. We've taught a ton of lessons.

On Wednesday we had changes. We went to Santa Ana to the changes
meeting (this is something new). My new companion is Elder Govea. I
lost Elder Perez from Colombia and got Elder Govea from even lower,
Ecuador. He talks funny. Elder Govea is from my group, we came
together, he's a good companion. It's cool to be with someone old

I'm also the new district leader. Our district is small though, just
2 areas, us and Sonsonate. But we're district America. We sing a lot
of American hymns. The missionaries in the area Sonsonate are both
really new, so they honestly have no idea what's going on or how to

This week was hard. We worked really hard and committed six
investigators to come to church. They all said that they WOULD be
there, but then only one showed up. That was a bummer. But we did
have 101 attendance. But it's cool. I love being a missionary. It's
hard at times, but it is so worth it. Working as a missionary is one
of the best things that you can do.

On Saturday, Elder Govea and I had an awesome lesson. It was with a
family that we were going to teach, but when we got there they had a
whole bunch of friends over as well, so we ended up teaching about 15
people. It was a way sweet lesson. Everyone felt the spirit, and
when we explained the BOM, some of them were asking what they had to
do to get one. It was way cool, one of the best lessons that I have
taught. Shame that most of them didn't live in the area.

Well, I hope everything is going well out there.

Elder Bailey

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