Monday, March 30, 2015

     This week was pretty awesome. Monday we went and ate at McDonalds.   It was really good and I ate a ton of food. Then we played soccer like every other week but its tons of fun so I don't really mind, although my toes still hurt every once in a while when I'm running around and kicking the ball. Tuesday, we had the district counsel which went really well.  This was really good because the Assistants were there and they never come to district meetings so it freaked me out a little bit but it wasn't anything bad.  We were able to learn a lot from them. The rest of the day was pretty normal and I can't remember anything else that happened. Wednesday was really normal too and I don't think anything really great happened that day either. Thursday I had divisions with Elder Hart again which was really fun. We spent most the day contacting and walking up and down this huge hill in his area which was not fun at all. Funny story time. So we were contacting this street and we were each contacting on opposite sides of the street and on my side of the street there were these three teenage girls sitting outside on their front steps. Elder Hart asked me if I was going to contact them and I said no and he said he wouldn't contact them either. After the next house he contacted, he looked at me and asked will you buy me cookies if I do it? I told him I would so he went and contacted the snakes. They pretty much just sat there and laughed at everything he said because that's how teenage girls are, but he set a visit with them and who knows, maybe one day they'll get baptized. On Friday, I did divisions with Elder Hurst.  Friday, it rained on us which was unexpected. Its not supposed to start raining until May, but I love the rain so I'm not going to complain. Saturday we  had an activity at the church. We watched a movie and pretty much nobody showed up. Sunday was church, which was normal. Okay so now I want to tell you guys about two of our investigators that are super pilas. One is named Jeffery and he's 18 and loves the Gospel and is already seeing changes in his live from it.  The other is Milton and he's 17 and amazing as well. They both came to the activity on Saturday and church on Sunday. These two have been prepared by the Lord and are ready to accept the gospel. 

     My  favorite food is pupusas, easily. Spiritual experiences? Well really, every lesson that I get a chance to bear my testimony of the Savior and what he's done for us. Ya we have some one to cook for us and it's breakfast and lunch  The majority of missionaries here don't eat dinner. Chase I'm disappointed you didn't go to mutual to be honest with you. It may have sounded boring but that's not a good reason not to go. The church is really stressing family history right now, and I know I'm going to sound like a hypocrite but I really think you should try and get into it a little bit. That's one of the things I've learned on my mission, the importance of family history work and I plan on getting into it when I get home. Anyway I love you all and 'wait to hear from you next week. Love Connor

 Elder Ngungutau Elder Long Elder Cruz Elder Hurst Elder Henderson
                    This is the kid that got his mission call this week and will leave for Ecuador the 15th of July
Elder Hurst Elder Long Elder Ngungutau Darian

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