This past week has been a phenomenal week! We were able to see lots of miracles, such as...
We met with Randy, the investigator I have been referring to as a "young man", yesterday. He was unable to come to church and we hadn't met with him for about a week and a half. We were a little worried since it had been so long but he had called us each time to reschedule and didn't just leave us hanging. We met with him and despite a number of interruptions (due to teaching him at a public library) we were able to invite the Spirit and felt strongly prompted to invite him to be baptized. He has committed to prepare to be baptized on October 11th!! What a miracle! We will be meeting with him again this week. Please keep him in your prayers!
We had a very wet day on Tuesday. It rained like a monsoon (which we got caught riding in) and had some pretty hefty winds, but despite all of that, we were able to meet with Rosie (our Hispanic investigator) and she had plenty of questions for us. We haven't been able to consistently teach her due to an unexpected visit from her family, but the fact that we were able to keep in contact and she is still pondering the things we have talked to her about and is coming to us with questions is a miracle.
We received a referral this week for a family of 7 to be taught!! The family consists of a single mother with 6 kids, 4 of which are over the age of 8. What a great blessing for us! This family is super solid and the ward they were being taught in was very sad to see them go but their Ward Mission Leader is making the best efforts in making this a smooth transition for the family. He plans to bring them to church next Sunday despite the hour long drive it will be for him to get from the ward he lives in to this ward. This family absolutely loves the missionaries and have been attending for a while already. They are truly being prepared.
Last but not least, Elder Gemperline was able to utilize his talents this week. We visited a potential we had a return appointment with who is a French Horn teacher. Elder Gemperline is an amazing French Horn player seeing as he got a scholarship to BYU to play French Horn. He brought his mouth piece with him to this return appointment and he was able to play the French Horn with her and then we shared a message after she had really warmed up to us.
Overall, this week was really a miracle filled week. I could really see the blessings of the Lord in our work and I am very excited to continue working with those who we have found this last week as well as those whom we have been working with. Thank you so much for your prayers. Keep prayin'! I know its helping. Love y'all!