Monday, January 30, 2017

 Teaching a lesson...when along comes a donkey
Exchange with the AP's

GOOOOOODDDDD afternoon everyone!!! 
Hope everyone had a great week! Mine was pretty good..
Well let’s see... This week was slow but also fast. Seems like that every week.
Elder Kabwika now has his plane ticket and is getting eager to go. 4 weeks left for him. But he’s still working.

Okay on Wednesday we were able to go one exchange’s with our APs. It was great! We have some great guys as leaders in this mission! Well we were able to see Bro. Rockson and his wife. We re-extended a baptismal date to Rockson so he has the same one as the rest of his family. But it seems now he’s somehow not making time for us. He’s also looking for a job so it could be he’s a little busy. 

As I’m sitting here emailing, we just received a call from Sis. Divya. She told us that she wanted to put her baptismal date on 18th of Feb. She said things are all good now and she’s ready to be baptized so I’m interested to hear why she is ready all of the sudden. I’m happy for here though. 

We’re slowly building our teaching pool. We've contacted a few referrals this weekend from members and the referrals seem promising! At least 2 of them could be baptized by the end of February!

We had a Worldwide missionary broadcast this last week and it was sooo great to hear from some of the Apostles; Elders Cook, Bednar, and Anderson. 

A little uplifting thought from my personal study this week

As the youth theme for 2017 is Ask of God I felt this scripture found in the Book of Mormon fit perfectly.
    Mormon 9:21 
            Behold, I say unto you that whoso believeth in Christ, doubting nothing, whatsoever he shall ask the Father in the name of Christ it shall be granted him; and this promise is unto all, even unto the ends of the earth.

As we know in James 1:5 if we lack wisdom we should ASK of God. This is a great promise here from a Book of Mormon Prophet…if we ask, in the name of Jesus Christ, it shall be granted unto us. But the key is BELIEVING, or having faith that we might receive an answer to our prayers! 

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