We had a branch 18 party and they did all the traditional games. They have this relay race thing where you have to carry an egg in a spoon and then drink water and then search for a coin in a pile of flour with your mouth. They made us do it and it was disgusting haha, in the end you have a big wad of dough in your moth from the flour and water.
We are teaching so many little girls right now! Constanza moved her baptism date, because her mom is worried about her staying active and wants her to go to church more before she gets baptized.
Such a miracle happened with Anais! We found just her Grandma at home and we were able to share with her and she didn’t understand why this church. We shared with her about the restoration and she agreed to pray to know if it was true. The next day she said she had prayed and she’s afraid to commit to the fact that she received an answer, but there’s a different light about her. She came with Anais and her other granddaughter to the branch activity and she was just so happy to be in such a positive environment where families were so good to each other.
There’s a different Anahis who has 5 sisters who are all members less actives, who really want to get baptized, and yesterday we were able to talk to her mom and they are really excited for her baptism on the 1st (2 days after her 9th birthday). They are so sweet it kills me.
Yesterday we decided to go to the campo again to visit the members there. We passed by a house where a member said inactives lived. We got there and they told us they’ve been a little distant from the churh but want to come back and were just praying for missionaries to come help them put goals. And we just so happened to go to the farthest corner of our sector to answer that prayer. Miracles!
I love you all! Hope you can all tune in to Womens’ Conference on Saturday!
Seen below: A random old man gave us aloe vera in a contact. Mate Mornings are the best mornings. And a bottle of needles we found on the side of the road #classy