massive member feed!
Sounds like yous had a memorable week hey. Haha that is really crazy and even crazier who it was. I hope the kids are okay. (We had someone break into our house in the middle of the night when we were home)
This weeks a blur it went by so quick, the weeks are getting shorter and the time is going faster! I hit my 1 year this week and Sister Larsen was sick so we didn't do much which is completely okay. I will do something fun for it this week for sure!
Monday we went to the city and Sister Lattier (senior couple) made us Vietnamese Pho (fu). It is her specialty and I never got to try it when I served in the city so I got to when we went back. SO delicious I love that stuff. We got to teach a lot and went on a couple of exchanges with the sisters. I love going on exchanges and feel so lucky to be able to get to know so many sisters so personally because of it. We always see miracles when we are on exchanges, every time! It really is my boost every week (as we normally go on one or 2) and I love it. I always learn so much, especially about myself.
We got to teach Mohsen heaps this week. He hadn't gotten a solid answer yet and had some other things that were stressing him out so he couldn't focus on getting his answer. He was really stressed about baptism and wanted it so bad but needed an answer, so we all fasted together. His first full 24 hour one. In Islam they do month long ones but in a completely different way. They fast from sun up to sun down and then eat at night. For weeks at a time but we were able to fast together and had a great experience and he got his answer! Just the miracle of fasting. We talked to Jet (our ward mission leader) and he wants to do the baptism in 3 weeks because of ward council and etc etc so many things. So he will be getting baptised in a few weeks after he gets back from Sydney! I'm really excited, he is just awesome. He is the one in the red jumper in the photo at the table. He made us Iranian food!
Update on Dylan and his Iranian fam. They invited us to go to their Iranian Christian church and when they asked their priest about it he said that Mormons are not welcome. Man when we got that text we were gutted! We went and dropped by on the Sunday and he explained everything. We were so nervous that they were going to think we were bad and not want to learn anymore but they looked at it the right way! Dylan and his mum are so confused why a Christian church would not accept other Christians in. They are so confused and upset about it. They said that they are going to figure it all out this week and try to get some answers and let us know. They said that they would keep reading the BofM and ask if it is true. That book and the spirit will be our saving grace! We really hope that they don't get swayed too much. Man the adversary is so strong aye! Makes everything so hard but its good for them to be able to find out for sure. I'll let you know how it all goes.
Last night we had a massive member feed! The Faingaas (Tongan) fed all the missionaries (8) and they all eat like islanders. It was a huge island feed with yams and sweet potato (purple ones) fried chicken, steak, veggies, potato salad, raw fish, lasagne, juice, lu (taro leaves and lamb) fruit, ice cream with fruit salad and thats not even all. And there were more than one huge plate of all of those things! Its just the missionaries that eat and the family eats when we are done, just a culture thing. We played "what are the chances" and some of the elders ended up eating over 10 pieces of chicken etc etc. Lol they went hard. Its a different world with islanders man, its crazy, I love it though! The food is delicious! nic minnit 10 kg heavier, na jokes but ya a lot of good things this week and so much more that I have no time to write about.
We have zone pday today and are going to the trampoline place! I haven't been to this one obviously but I'm excited it should be fun. All my love to all of you!!!