Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Less actives, tracting and a prospective Elder

Another week gone by in sunny Hau'ula!

We had a really good week and got to meet some really good people. Along with our normal visits to our less active and elderly friends where we were able to meet another less active family and a less active man whose wife is not a member. With the family we got a very warm welcome...with the older man not so much. haha!

On Saturday we got some help from a YSA ward that want to do some missionary work in our area. They broke up into companionships and each covered a road and tracted out pretty much our whole area. We got a huge chunk of referrals and spent the rest of the day Saturday contacting them.

While the sisters were tracting our area we actually went into the next area over into Ka'a'awa to go out with some guys. Me and elder Shute got the only prospective elder who is getting his papers ready. It was a neat experience to see a younger guy, who is Chase's age, anxious and willing to give tracting a try. I love being able to share missionary experiences with those people who are getting ready to go on missions, especially when I think of Chase who will be leaving in a few short weeks. That is crazy to think that he is in the same place I was a year ago! He is going to be a great missionary, the people of Taiwan are lucky.

We are being fed very well by the Samoan ward. I leave dinners with a very, very, very full stomach.

That's all for today!

Love you all!
Elder Kingston Matua

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