We had some more cool miracles this week!
It didn’t start all great, though. Tuesday and Wednesday we had really slow
days. We were a little discouraged. Nobody was home. Our appointments fell
through. We were working hard, and studying, and planning, but we still
didn’t have success. Then the miracles came.
1) We got a call from a set of sister missionaries in the Zone. They asked
us to help them with a move. One of their families were going to move from
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Nothing major to report on this week.
We’re alive and well here.
We had a Zone Conference on Tuesday. I think it went super well. We were
able to teach the missionaries and get them excited about the missionary
work. And we’ve seen the numbers get better and stuff, which is great.
I’ve been studying a lot faith and the Atonement. That’s really what is
most important in missionary work and this life. We always need to increase
our faith and repent. Someone said during the Stake Conference here,
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I don’t know what week it actually is. But I did
realize that I only have 6 transfers left after this one. It’s super weird
to think the mission is so close to being over.
This week we had a couple interesting things happen.
Monday: I was transfered, like I said last week.
Tuesday: We worked like normal. Didn’t have a whole lot of success, but we
were out looking for people all day.
Wednesday: We had to go to Arequipa for our monthly leadership council. We
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I was transfered again! I definitely wasn’t
expecting it this time. Especially because President told my companion
during the interviews we just had that we were going to finish together in
Bolognesi. But now I’m in Granados, Alameda. My Zone/Stake doesn’t exist
anymore. Now I’m Zone Leader of Alameda with Elder Zibeti from Provo, Utah.
Elder Ancajima is now my District Leader instead of my companion. Lots of
changes, but I’m sure everything will work out and that it all happened for
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