Wow this week went by so quickly!
We had transfers on Wednesday and now Sister Ganir and I are companions! She is from Idaho and went to BYU Hawaii! Wow so she surfs and that is pretty cool. She is an awesome diligent missionary and helps me to be better at talking with everyone!
Goodbye Sister Hoffman 😦
Hello, Sister Ganir 🙂
We are working hard and loving things! Aaaaaaaaaaaaaand (drumroll please) WE FOUND THE ONE! We were walking back to our apartment around 7:30 after knocking doors for an hour. It was way too dark to safely walk, so we were going to grab a flashlight and drive the car. As we were walking, a man passed behind us a bit far away. I honestly didn’t
really notice. But Sister Ganir saw him, and turned and said we really needed to talk to him. So we sped walked behind him to catch up, and called out to him. He turned and looked at us, then continued walking. I figured he wasn’t interested. We turned around, kind of sad, and then heard “What were y’all saying?” It was the man! We quickly turned
around and talked to him about family history. He quickly opened up about his family situation and agreed to meet with us! We are meeting with him later on tonight!
Also, two Sunday miracles! One is that I was speaking in Sacrament meeting and that the Wolffords came to visit me! I had missed them so much! Another miracle is that one of our wonderful members bought us potstickers (gyoza) to eat! I am so happy! And I am thinking I might gain some weight this transfer haha. We will see. I am loving things.
Today we went on a “hike” as a district and it was super fun! Our entire district was changed this transfer except for one Elder and me, so we got to know each other a lot! I am so excited for this transfer! I love all of you!
I’ll leave y’all with a thought that has been on my mind recently…
Fear and faith are opposites.
Faith is a principle of action.
Therefore, fear is a principle of inaction.
Often when we find ourselves not acting, it is because of fear. Faith allows us to move forward. Faith in Jesus Christ allows us to receive His gift of eternal salvation. Have faith.
I love all of you so much! Please remember how much your Heavenly Father loves you!