Monday, January 26, 2015

Aloha everyone

This was a great week for us.

We are finally back on track with all of our investigators. We also had Stake Conference so we heard some great talks from local leaders and Elder Johnson of the Seventy. The main topics were family history and successful ward councils. That is one thing that I have been blessed with on my mission, seeing how different ward councils work. Some are great while others could use some work.

This week we had our first lesson with a 16-year-old boy. It took us a while to find him because all they gave us was an apartment number. When we got there we realized they didn't give us a building number, there were 11 in the complex. But after some walking and spiritual GPS we found a cooler by one of the doors that had their last name on it.

It was a good lesson and we are scheduled for another one this Thursday. He is a really good kid and reminds me a lot of Courtney Taito, like these two could be twins - kinda funny.

All is well here in the 808 and time is flying on by.

Love you all!
Elder Kingston Matua

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