Sunday, 4 October 2015

Growing in confidence.

This pass week has been a lot of ups and downs! I have had a lot of fun! 

We had exchanges last Tuesday! I was with Elder Egen, sadly we did not take any photos! 

But we had a lot of fun talking to people on the streets! I stopped a man who was Greek! We gave a brief overview of the restoration and he just shouted "this is what I need!". Hopefully we will get to see him again soon, there is a bit of a problem with the language barrier! He doesn't speak English too well! Hopefully we will be able to get the help from a return missionary soon! He served in Greece and has just come back! 

Obviously, after the exchange you would hope I took something from it and was able to apply it to the rest of my mission! Well, the next day, when I was put back with Elder Whitehead, we went into Redhill! And we were talking to everyone! Haha! Whilst Elder Whitehead was on the phone I decided that I would run after a few people and let them know of the Restored Gospel! Sadly, not everyone listened but I loved talking to people! It has started to become a lot easier to talk to people on the streets now! 

We finished the week with 36 lessons, which includes lessons on the street and less actives/recent converts! But that number doesn't matter as we were talking to as many people as we could! Which hopefully we will be able to keep up this week! And the rest of our missions! Haha!

Aww man! I miss the Carol Concert Rehearsals! Wow! Sounds like you are having a lot of fun! I love the pumpkins! (Not sure if he was talking about those people in the choir or the pumpkins we have growing in our garden, I will let you decide!)

Also, a scripture that I thought would be good to share was: 3 Nephi 18:19-21

19 Therefore ye must always pray unto the Father in my name;

20 And whatsoever ye shall ask the Father in my name, which is right, believing that ye shall receive, behold it shall be given unto you.
21 Pray in your families unto the Father, always in my name, that your wives and your children may be blessed. 
It's a scripture I read at the beginning of the week and thought I should share it with you!

Zone Conference photograph with Sister Manage (also from the Ashton Stake)

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