Yesterday our investigator Ronald showed up to church unexpectedly! It was a huge blessing to us. We've been working super hard trying to find some solid people to teach and it seemed like nothing was working out and then boom! He still attends his other church but he's been reading the Book of Mormon and has some great questions whenever we see him. Also Maxwell came and I got to sit by him - that made me happy. We also had the excommunicated member there, he's been progressing really well. He and his family are really fun to teach.
So like I said we've been working really hard to find solid people and we've been blessed pretty well in our efforts. We found this family from Nigeria and the dad looks exactly like Damian Lillard, it's nuts. Last night we came in clutch with a young guy from Jordan who's been looking for new religious books to read because he's not the most active Muslim. He was pretty excited about reading the Book of Mormon. Hopefully everything works out.
Last night we had dinner with the Halls. They're a great family in the ward and she makes homemade soap. She gave us some, but we have to wait forever before we can use it. The materials have to settle I guess.
Today we went to the park and played ball with a bunch of skreet ballers. Had a good time. The white missionaries got wrecked for the most part. This week I'm going on exchange to Welcome. I'm pretty excited for that. We've also got a few zone conferences and another exchange. Should be another busy week. Other than that nothin' much new happening here. Looks like y'all had a fun time in Utah. Let me know when more people get their mission calls.
I don't remember if I told you this but one of the senior couples on the office knows the Schultzes. I don't remember if they said Mark or Len. Tell them the Deweys say hi. And the Everys, also in the office, are friends with the Carrs that live at Eagle Crest. Small world.
Pictures say more than a thousand words, so here's some pictures!