Not much new

I don’t have much to report this week.
We’ve been working like normal. We’re both healthy. We’ve also been
able to find a few new investigators thanks to the members, so that’s
really good. We’re visiting them and teaching them little by little.
We don’t have any baptisms lined up right now, but we plan on inviting
a few people to be baptised this week.

I am contuing to read the Libro de Mormon, and I’m learning a lot from
the book. It is strengthening my testimony to see how similar the
Church is now with the Church in ancient America. Also, all of the
stories of the ancient missionaries, like Alma and Amulek and Abinadi,
are helping me to improve my missionary work. I am learning from their
examples. I know that this book is the word of God, and I’m happy to
be able to be sharing it with everyone. It was written for us in this
time. We can all learn from it, just like I am right now. This is the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It’s not the Church of
President Monson. The Church is directed by Jesus Christ through
President Monson. And we’ll be able to hear from him next weekend
during General Conference. I’m looking forward to hearing from our
living Prophets, Seers, and Revelators. I hope all of you are, too.
Have a great week everyone!

-Elder Kehoe