Monday, November 23, 2015

Chile - Punta Arenas - Week 51- Fast and Prayers...

Wow, this week was awesome!

This past transfer, our Zone set the goal to fast every Saturday for one transfer and ask the Lord to help us find people to invite to be baptized. This week we were able to find three new people and invited two others to be baptized! They both accepted and are preparing for baptism in January! The others that we found are awesome and I know they are going to progress! Hopefully this week we will be able to set them with a date! 

I've never really had a personal testimony of fasting. I believe that it worked, but I've never had personal experiences.  This week I formed my testimony of fasting and prayer. I know that together, miracles can happen.

I am so grateful for the opportunity I've had to strengthen my testimony about so many things here on the mission. Things that are going to help me so much throughout my life. I'm convinced that this mission has been more to help me than for me to help others. I will never be able to thank the Lord enough for this blessing he has given me to serve. 

Hermana Segura

This is "La Esmeralda" (The Emerald) an old war ship that travels around
the world, we were lucky to see it since it is always gone..

We visited one of the Cemeteries here in Punta Arenas 

If I die me one of these...

This is an Indian that grants wishes...  I wanted to ask him for
more baptisms, but the lady took way too long..

Last Package... 

Hna Mota is very happy with what you guys sent her.. 

El Ovejero.. (The shepherd)..

Feeling a little sheepish...

Preaching repentance to everyone.. it's fine..

We were asked to share our experience with the school system in the USA
with these class at one of the local Universities.. I had to do it in English and
it was hard.  Afterwards we were allowed to speak about the Church and what
we do as missionaries.  It was a great experience.

Making popcorn for our ward activity.  We showed "Meet the Mormons"
We had 11 investigators attend the activity.

What your face looks like when the wind is blowing at
150 Kilometers per hour.

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