Here we are to the end of September. Where does time go? This week was great becausewe had a super awesome family home evening at the Wenceslao's. We had a pretty powerful lesson on the Atonement and we had lots of people show up, which was great to help fellowship these new members. :) They are all officially members of the Church except for their son, Darwin. I met him for the second time this week. He only has one day off a week from work, so , Sister Tangonan and I made sure we got the chance to meet him. He was hiding upstairs in his bedroom, but after talking to him for a bit about work, he seemed to warm up a bit more. He's still pretty shy and when we asked him if he wanted to join, just to listen, he said next time. Amat amat. We're working on it, so that one day this sweet family can be eternal. :)
Well, I better get going, but I just want to close by saying how much I love this work! It's been amazing to see the lives change in so many people as they accept the Gospel of Jesus Christ. There's no other work I'd rather be doing right now, and I know this is where I'm supposed to be. The message of the Restoration is truly the foundation of faith for us and I'm so grateful for the faith Joseph Smith had to pray to our Father in Heaven. I know he was a prophet of God. And I know God speaks to us today. He loves us, and I sure love Him.
I hope everyone has a great week! Welcome to October! Conference month! I'm pretty excited. :) Love you all so very much and I'll talk to you next week!
"Sister Russon, Sister Tanes, and Sister Tangonan. I trained all three of them.
Rare opportunity that we were all in one place at the same time! I sure love
"FHE at the Wenceslaos"
"FHE at the Quino family with the Montero family
"Sister Turtal--the newest missionary in Talisay"
Home Sweet Home
Looks pretty nice! :)
These apartment photos were on President Lopez's Facebook page this week.
The caption read, "Sister Dixon and Sister Tangonan--cleanest apartment."