I hope all y'all are enjoying the piles of snow while it's climbing up into the 80s down here in the bayou!
This week was awesome. I don't have any big stories to tell though. It was just awesome because of how many new investigators we found. We found two solid streets that are completely Hispanic. We tracted both of them and now we're teaching all of them that were home. We're planning on going back a few times this week to see if we can't just teach the entire two streets. I honestly love tracting when we know the people are Hispanic. They are just so NICE! Even if they aren't super interested, they still are so kind and sweet. Why can't everyone be like that? Everyone should just get along all the time. Even if people don't agree with each other, they should still be nice. Just be kind!
One cool thing this week was that the elders in our area had a baptism. Their investigator (now recent convert), Trey, was baptized on Saturday night. The baptism was very well attended, and not by members, but by a ton of less actives and other investigators. It was a miracle! The Spirit was very strong, as it always is during baptisms. After Trey was baptized, he spoke for a couple minutes and he could hardly even speak because he was just so happy. He literally glowed. This is what it's all about. The reason we do what we do is so that people can know that Heavenly Father loves them and is trying super hard to get them back to Him. For the opening song, Trey wanted "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" and at first I was kind of confused because we're not anywhere near Christmas, but as I listened to the lyrics (I was playing piano) I realized that it was perfectly fitting. Oh come let us adore Him!
Sorry this is super short this week. I should have more stories next week because this week we have zone conference, and we're helping out at the Relay for Life in our area, which we're super excited about. I hope you all have an amazing week! I love you all so much!!