This week we saw a lot of miracles happen! Must have been for obedience!
Last p-day after I e-mailed you all, Joseph (one of the ward members) took Elder Thurgood and I mountain biking, and it was legit!!! So much fun. It’s not like mountain biking in Utah where you start at the top of the mountain and ride down [guess we didn’t make Tyler ride uphill enough]. Here in Georgia we have hills so you ride up one side and ride down the other side. There are very few rocks. Instead there are lots of roots. It was a lot of fun. We had like prefect weather as well.
That night we taught Fallon, who comes from a part member family. Her dad refuses to let her be baptizes but her mom wants her to be baptized. So we are teaching Fallon so she knows the gospel. One day when she is older maybe she will choose to be baptized and already know what she needs.
Tuesday we had district meeting. In our district we have the sister training leaders as well as the zone leaders and us so we have a pretty stacked district. But the zone leaders were at another district in the zone so it was just the two sets. That was kinda weird and small, but it was good none the less!
Thursday we had an awesome miracle happen. We were just finishing weekly planning and driving to the church to make some copies and we got a call from a number we didn't know... it was John!!! John was one of our top investigators about 5 weeks ago but he called us one day and said never come back and never call. But he called us back and said he wanted to know the truth! So we told him if he reads and prays and comes to church regularly that he will know truth and we were able to put him on date for baptism later in April. So that was awesome!!!! yeah!!!!
Saturday morning we had a lesson with Noah. Previously, we were out looking for potentials in the area book and this one house stood out to me and I couldn't stop looking at it, so I had to knock on it. We told Noah that we felt impressed to knock on his door that day. He was very open and willing to have us over again. So Saturday we went and taught him the whole first lesson and wow he was so prepared. A lot of his beliefs lined up with ours and we gave him the Book of Mormon, and before we could even ask him he told us he would read it and prayer about it and that he would know by the Holy Ghost if it is true. It was absolutely awesome to see how prepared and ready he was to receive the gospel. They are out there!
Later we went on a “time up” with brother Hunt. He such a cool guy. He sells medical equipment. He had sitting in his truck a $2 thousand dollar screw. Kinda cool. After that we saw this lady named Heather and taught a little bit on her door step. That night we went to a ward activity, Siamese basketball... so couples in the ward would wear the same shirt and have two teams of this and would play basketball. Funniest thing that I have seen in a while. Sunday we got to teach the deacons about “how do I invite my friends to church?” Lots of fun.
Last miracle. So this morning we get a call from Heather one of our new converts saying, “Hey meet me at Kroger, I am buying you food.” This is a blessing because elder Compton was not wise with his money this month and has about $1.75 on his mission card. So I was blessed anyway.
Thank you everyone. Love you all!