Its been another crazy busy week. The first few days we had lessons pretty much solid throughout the day but then the last few days we did a lot of finding. I actually like finding usually cause we get to talk to some many interesting people. Its crazy how small the world is.
We were able to contact 2 young families the other day and they even live in our area! That never happens here so we are pretty excited about that. We also taught a Iranian muslim family the other day but then they told us to go "hunt" people that don't have a belief and leave them alone. We get told a lot of funny things because people's English is bad and they don't have the right words to say.
I am leaning how to say words in Chinese like prayer, baptize and things like that they never hear in English cause its the only way they understand.
I also don't think Chinese people ever change there clothes. We taught this one fellow and he has been in the same track suit for 6 weeks now. We have to figure out who is really interested and who is not cause some of them just want white friends its kind of funny.
Our apartment one of the nicest flats in the mission from what I have heard and seen so we are pretty lucky, kinda getting attacked by ants at the moment but we are poisoning the heck out of them so it should be good. We don't really tract much here just street contacting, we had 6 people committed to come to church yesterday but then only one showed up so that's not ideal. If all goes well we will have a baptism next Sunday.
I gave a 5 min talk in church my first week here! But since then nothing, the bishop in the ward was actually the mission president here in Adelaide 10 years ago. He has a pretty interesting story. One of the hardest things the first few weeks of my missions was to talk about the church to people. I can shoot the breeze with the best of them but bringing in the gospel and talking about that was really different. It gets easier everyday. Right now I am trying to figure out how to get more out of my studies any ideas?
If dad could see me now he would be proud, we eat so many sausages and potatoes its not funny, I don't think I can tease him about that anymore. We had dinner with a member yesterday and they fed us tacos just like home, they were so good. I always loved tacos.
We have many people interested and progressing at the moment and are doing all we can to help them better know who God and Jesus Christ are, what they can do for us and what we can do for them. I learn new things each day and am happy to be here. Love you all
"keep your stick on the ice eh"
Last week I saw this guy walking down the street with a hockey stick and bag, turns out he is from Manitoba. Also saw a guy with a flames jersey on but he was sneaky and got away from us. Funny is when I see this Veitnames guy with a mighty ducks jersey so I went up to him and was like "go ducks go" pretty sure he thought I was crazy and he doesn't even know that he is wearing a hockey jersey.