Well besides that good news we had quite the successful week with tracting/handing out copies of the BOM. Our total was, if you count the 4 BOMs that were stolen, we gave out 16 BOMs. Not too shabby haha. Ironically enough, Tuesday, the day before Wednesday (as you know) which was the day of the robbery, was probably the best day of the month. It was just an all around good day. We met tons of new people that were interested in learning more, people who we have trying to meet were actually home, and people we had lost contact with finally answered their phones. It was way cool. We were just on a roll! It was a very sweet feeling. Im excited for the next few weeks when we will meet with these new people more and help them on their road to salvation.
So about M...Well lets just say things have got yet again more complicated. But he still loves having us over and letting him teach him. I know eventually he will be baptized, but just don't know if it will be this year or 5 years ha. But we'll keep trying cuz thats what we do. He complimented me on my khmae this week too so that was really nice. Still nothing from C. There was so much potential there. I just don't know what went wrong.
We had some awesome dinner appointments this week with members. Good news, when i was at one of their houses I found out that I can still do standing back flips on the ground. After like 8 months i did 2 backflips and landed perfectly. That was cool. Elder A jumped on the tramp for the first time and it was the scariest thing ever cuz he is super uncordinated and fell off the tramp once ha. If Trevor Thompson is reading this, it was just like watching Palm on the tramp.
We taught N on Friday who is a new investigator that we met while tracting on Tuesday. He recently moved here from Cambodia so he mostly speaks Khmae. He is awesome. He is so friendly and we were able to teach all of lesson one (the restoration) and he just soaked it in. He wants us to come back. He didn't come to church but he told us beforehand cuz he was busy. I feel like he will be the first guy to get baptized out of all our investigators. im really excited for him.
Just an fyi, a women in my ward here went to St. George a few weeks ago and brought me back some red dirt. haha.
Yesterday, like most Sundays, we were at the church from 7:30am to 5pm. We had ward council for Lowell, church, ward council for Heritage Park, church, then a break-the-fast dinner. Thats a long time to be in one place.
I hope this email finds you all doing well. Have a lovely week and here's an early Happy Mother's Day to all you wonderful mothers! Especially mine who i love very much and am so grateful for all that she does! Thanks Ma I love you!
There you have it folks. Have a good one!Elder Brady Johnson