Happy Pascua folks🐇🐰
This last week was really cool, and also really hard.
Every returned missionary will tell you that a mission is a hard thing.
I heard it lots of times
But here is why
You love people, and want the best for them, and work so hard, and they make choices other than to do what is so good for them. This last week, we were expecting 8 investigators to come to church, and 0 showed up. It was a little devastating, but it was Holy Week so most of our investigators were celebrating with their families the different catholic traditions.
But this past week was awesome because we got to celebrate The Miracle, the greatest of all. The atonement and resurrection of our Savior Jesus Christ.
Some things have happened this past week, including the Brussels Bombing. I can testify that I know that my savior lives and that he loves me and each of us. Scary things are happening all around us, but if we hold strong and follow our Lord and Savior, we will have no need to fear. Those 4 missionaries that were injured in the explosion... My heart goes out to them. No parents ever want to see missionaries come back less than they were before. Props to the missionaries for serving full missions and for their testimonies of the Savior as well.
This last week we saw some miracles. Some of our investigators that didn't come to church, but we went to their house for a lesson shortly afterwards. We had an awesome lesson and invited them to come cycling with us today. We are excited to see how it goes.
Y'all have a blessed week! I have been out for 1 year as of last friday, and one more great year to go! Thank y'all for your support!
#Hallelujah for the Ressurrection