Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Letter from March 13th, 2012

Taylor's zone had their P-day today so they could go to a museum.  In our letter to him, we asked several questions about his investigators and his responses are below.
I have attached a voice recording from today. Also, I will have fotos the next week from our trip to the museum. As for the part-member family, we had a visit with the Fuentealbas (the senior couple). We talked pretty clearly about the need for marriage and it was a really spiritual lesson. Also this week we have been trying to find complete families to teach and we were able to find two whole families. It is a complete miracle, because I have never had this happen in the mission. It is generally really hard to find a family in which all of the integrants of the family want to listen. Also, we had a really cool experience where we couldn´t decide what to teach a reactivating member that we were going to visit with the Fuentealbas last night. So we planned to teach about Teaching and Learning in the Church, and when we got there, he told us that he had been called as the teacher for the youth. Totally cool how the spirit guided us to know exactly what to teach him 24 hours before we even passed by.

Well, I think that is all for today. You have a great week.

Elder Taylor Thomas

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Letter from March 5th, 2012

This week a new senior couple arrived to the mission and they are working with us in the ward. The Elder was a Patriarch and a temple Sealer and the both of them are pure spiritual power. We have already visited several people with them and it has been cool.

The spiritual story of the week is that we had a really good lesson with a part member family. The dad is the only one who is not baptized and has been attending church for 20 years. We had a good spiritual moment with him when his wife talked about her desires to have an eternal family. We were able to testify and leave him the commitment to read and pray. Hopefully he does it.

Well, that is about all for today.


Elder Taylor Thomas