Monday, March 7, 2016

Weekly Update -- March 7th, 2016

Maybe you won't recognize these pictures of me because as you may know... I FINSIHED ONE YEAR! Thanks so much for everyone who has helped me come this far and learn so much! Elder Zambrano and I celebrated by the traditional burning of the shirt, compechanas, coke and wearing of the sombrero.

One of our investigators who has been progressing very well recently is named Norma (about 30 years old), who makes a humble living selling elotes. She faces some opposition with her parents who live with her because we called her just before Church to ask if she would be ready to be picked up and she replied affirmatively. She didn't show and her mom said she wasn't home... Maybe next week, but she's accepted a baptismal date (though we'll have to postpone it now to the 10th of April) and we're very excited for her.

Recently, the ward has been very excited about missionary work and the leaders are doing a great job with helping us with getting members to sign up to teach lessons with us. Member present lessons are awesome and the investigators keep their commitments a LOT more when there is someone else there besides us missionaries. I want to invite you all to sign up to teach a lesson with the missionaries this week and feel the Spirit that only comes from missionary work and sharing your testimony of the restored gospel. I hope it will be an uplifting experience for you all. Love you!

-Elder Allgaier

After the the apartment.

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