Upon contacting a few streets, we stumbled into an untouched area that we thought was private, meaning no missionaries. But we asked the first person who said we could be there, then commited to go to church (she didn't but was very kind and receptive). After a few more houses, we realized that we had fallen into the secret garden of contacting. Everyone was very kind, even if they didn't want to talk to us, but would then give us a reference to their neighbor! Unheard of! One guy even said he had 50% co-workers who were LDS and then let us touch his motorcylce he had at his door. Cool guy. This was the same area where we found Enrique.
As for an invitation, I first want to say thanks to my Mom for being so great in fulfilling so many of my invitations and I really enjoy being able to read her experiences. Love you Mom! We talk with a lot of people here and almost nobody knows what the Book of Mormon is, which makes a great opportunity to share a message. It changes lives and gives us the fulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ that we just can't get with the Bible alone. I want to invite you all to find the blessings of the Book of Mormon and share it or explain what it is to someone else. In this, we can share the blessings that we have recieved and give the opportunity to others to have the same in their lives. Love you all!
|Burger king for lunch last pday, nostalgic|
|A typical street here|
|Tried to catch my companion sleeping but he turned at the last second|