This whole week was pretty crazy. Every day except for Sunday I went on some trade off or another for a bunch of different reasons.
Tuesday I went on a trade off with Elder Koegler so I could interview someone for baptism.
We had an emergency zone conference on Wednesday, addressing the Lord's call to serve with all our heart, might, mind and strength. It was an awesome meeting. It got Elder Christensen and I way hyped to continue the work here in Spanish Town. Later in the evening, I went on a trade off with Elder Knight.
Elder Koegler and Elder Gardner got sick on Thursday, so I went on a little trade off with Elder Pulsipher so they could go see someone who was preparing to be baptized a couple days later. Sister Harrison fed us some curry chicken and fried bread fruit which is always amazing.
On Friday evening Elder Koegler was still sick, so I went back out with Elder Knight in the evening to see someone in their area who was also preparing to be baptized over the weekend.
Saturday I went on a trade off with Elder Gardner, but finally stayed in my own area this time. A woman named Opal was baptized Saturday morning!
The mother of a kid who is now serving a mission in the Dominican Republic was baptized on Sunday morning which was awesome! We had more investigators than usual show up at church on Sunday which was great. After church, we went home and made curry chicken with boiled dumpling and potatoes for our house lunch. Later in the evening, we got fed (by a member) baked chicken and rice and peas with some dang good chocolate cake.
Crazy week but it was great. Weeks like these build faith and character. Until next week…
Love you guys!
|Respeck Rasta Yout|
Translation: Respect Rasta Youth
Spanish Town Zone Turkey Bowl!
Front: Elders Christensen, Gardner, Kolomalu
Back: Elders Dean, Robbins, Senior, Koegler, Graham, Knight, Pulsipher