Date

April 16, 2018

Area

Valdivia, Rio Cruzes

Companion

Elder Suárez

Komon ou ye

Hey family and "komon ou ye" means "how are you" in Haitian Creole. Because last week we received an announcement that all the missionaries (unless your a Gringo with less than 6 months) should try and learn Creole. It's what all the Haitians here speak. Thousands of them are immigrating here and they are very open to hear the good news. So that is what me and my companion worked on a bit this week and its pretty dope and making my English even worse haha.

This week was really really awesome. Our ward only has one missionary out right now. But since he has left, his family hasn't been too active and his little brother Sebastian hasn't been to church in over a year. This last week we found him and got him to come to Spanish class, Sports on Saturday and he came with us to church on Sunday. It was dope. Also this Sunday we had our Investigator, Hugo, come to church. And he made it there on his own because we had quite a few people to take and he got there before we got to his house haha.

This week I learned something awesome. I don't know if all of you heard this or noticed this but when President Nelson was conducting the session of General conference (can't remember which one), he said that "Like they have said(the other speakers) if we keep the commandments we will be alright!" Then right after in chapter 50 of Alma in my studies I found a scripture that stated the same thing. In verse 19-20 and 21. Because really guys. If you just keep the commandments you will be okay I promise. That's all I got for you guys this week. Catch ya next week. CHOW Hasta semana.​

Your favorite missionary -Elder Jarod Stirling




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