Monday, April 14, 2014

Howdy Y'All!

This week was really good! We finally had a meeting with our Bishop and talked about how things are going with the ward! We told him how we felt about our ward mission leader and some of our frustrations with him and the work.  He listened to us, and understood our feelings. Our prayers were answered and our Bishop has already called a new mission leader! It's such a blessing to have a good Bishop!

The work here is so good! We haven't really found a lot of new investigators but, we are working hard with the ones we have! One of them, Hermano Pedro is so close, he knows it's true but, isn't ready to change his ways. Sometimes it's frustrating but, last night he said he would pray and ask if April 26th is the right day! PRAY. It's the last Saturday before transfers and I want to see him baptized. I have been teaching him since day one!

Hermana Rafaela and Carlos are slowing progressing! Hermana Rafaela found a good job so, hopefully they will get some money saved up to have a wedding soon!

Hermano Rodrigo is at EFY this week and we are all praying that he will come back changed and ready to be baptized! He is so great, I truly love his family. He has such a desire to learn more and I am so glad that I get the chance to teach him!

We started teaching English classes at the church on Wednesdays. They aren't really helping us accomplish our goals to find new investigators but, we have fun teaching it and it has definitely helped my Spanish! The other day I invited a Combi (like a bus) full of people to come! We'll see what happens on Wednesday!

We walked into the bathroom at the church after we spent TWO hours cleaning the church for conference with the Elders, and what do we find?  The toilet was full of brown poop and toilet paper but, the best part was that it had been sitting there for TWO days so, it was basically cardboard. YUCK!   I was the only one that had the guts to clean it. HOW GROSS! hahaha. Sorry…not the best story.  J

Thank you all for the support!  I feel very blessed!  I am so thankful to have such wonderful family and friends!

Hermana Riedelbach 

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