Thursday, February 19, 2015

January 19, 2015 Email

Hey Family! It's good to hear you're all staying busy! It's a little frustrating that there's more work for Dad to do on top of all the other work already there. 

This week was kinda fast for us. There were several changes to our schedule due to meetings and stake conference here. We had our usual district meeting on Wednesday that took up the first part of the day then worked on the zone blitz for a while till dinner. Thursday was an exchange day where we had a lesson with a less-active member in the ward. The Elder that was with me is in a car area and I put him through the tougher parts of my area. He didn't quite enjoy that. Ha ha! Through that exchange, we pick up a potential family to teach and we got a return appointment with them. Friday was our planning day then we planned for the blitz again. Saturday, we got to have interviews with our mission president. He gave some hints of the transfers regarding what's going to happen to me. We also talked on the work in the ward and how we can continue to serve in it. We continued to work on the blitz until we went to the adult session at the church. It was a great session and we had a general area of seventy attend the meeting. He gave a great talk on faith and humility that struck many people. We had stake conference yesterday where our mission president and his wife talked on missionary work and member missionary work. It is all connected to work together and to hasten the work so long as we do our part. The rest of the day was a bit of a struggle to see people since it was a Sunday and people want to just relax and spend time with family. When we went to dinner yesterday, the member offered to look at Elder Kretschmer's bike to see what can be fixed on it since he's been having issues with it. He got it repaired to the best of his ability and the bike works good. 

Well, that's all I've got for ya this week. Also, the blitz will be this week not last week. I love you all and pray for you always. 

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