I have officially started my last transfer! aaaaaahhhhhhh! I have a little over one month left in the mission and I am freaking out. But, this week was busy. We had transfers and I am now with my new and last companion Sister Querido, a cute filiplina from Luzon. Also, the elders in our ward got pulled out so our area has doubled in size and it's like were basically whitewashing half our area. so, yay for that.
Our friends Jeson and Charlene called us Monday night and told us that they are getting married Thursday by the Mayor and then want to be baptized on Saturday. (We were expecting this in a few weeks). So I had a lot of experiences to check off the bucket list. We planned a reception in two days, were witnesses for the wedding, and also I bought calamay for the first time. I was lucky enough to witness many miracles to help this couple become baptized. This is the Lord's work and it is amazing to see the happiness that the gospel brings to their lives.
My testimony that revelation is real was reaffirmed. On Friday we had a meeting with all of the zone leaders, sister training leaders, and our mission president. We switched things up this meeting and really counseled together, in small groups, about what this mission needs to improve. It was a spiritual experience to come back together and see that we had all discussed the same issues. It was amazing to witness the processes of receiving revelation. There is no doubt in my mind that this is the Lord's church and He wants each of us to succeed, which is why we have been given the Spirit to direct us.
Peace me the journey!
love you all!
1-just your average day of work in Pakna-an #LapokKaayo
2&3- Calamay from Bohol
4-Wedding! My first time being a witness for a wedding.
5-BUNYAG! Charlene and Jeson Suson Feb 8, 2020