September 2, 2018


6th Area Yamate A in the Yokohama Zone


Elder Tenju Nakamura

Last Transfer of my mission


These past two weeks, have been crazy! First of all we got transfer calls last week, and I’m staying in the same place. I was going to stay with my same companion but, at the last minute, they called me and said that I would become a trainer again, and stay in the same place. At first I thought they were joking because I know the AP’s (Assistant to the Presidents) very well and they love teasing me. In fact, everyone loves teasing me. I don’t know why! Yeah so that was my start to a very busy week!

So I’m training again for the 3rd time. I really wanted to stay with 仲村長老, but he had somewhere else to go, so I get that. But now I’m the oldest one still and the district leader! It’s interesting because everyone comes to me and talks to me in Japanese, and it’s cool but overwhelming at the same time!

Before I forget, last week we had a lot of miracles. So the two I can think of are, one, this girl came to church randomly and she has interest in the gospel (I think) and English. So we will see if we can meet her this week because last week we couldn’t.

We had a meal with a member, and on the way this lady came up to us and asked if she could still go to the church, and so the other Elders went with her to the church and taught her! It was awesome.

Then there was this English student that came on Wednesday and has some interest in the Church, and we will see where that goes. It’s been crazy. Then transfers came.

My "bean chan" (what they call brand new missionaries there) is from Vegas, and his name is Elder Ballard. We get a long pretty well. I’m hoping I can be a good influence on him.

I’m enjoying these last weeks of being a missionary and trying my best everyday and trying to better myself along with it. I am hoping to have more lessons this week with our investigators. I hope to get one more baptism before I leave. I am doing my best everyday! My health is the same as last time. I can bare with it for these last few weeks. So when I come back I can go to a doctor there.

Other than that, we will start a Japanese class at a member's home for people that don’t speak Japanese In our ward. Also I have been doing a lot of translation for church and everyone. I’m at the point in my language where I’m the translator for everyone! Lol 😂 kinda funny but I love it. I love feeling like I’m needed! That’s it for this week. I hope everyone is well and sorry this is very long. it’s two weeks in one letter.



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