June 13, 2016
This week for us was a little slower, the investigator that was making really good progress decided that he did not have any interest anymore and doesn't want us to contact him anymore. Sad but I hope that he opens his heart again later in the future and makes the covenants with our Heavenly Father and all of that good stuff. Other than that we had a few member appointments this week and met with some people who like us but aren’t making a whole lot of progress but they were at least nice.
For P-day, we are doing nothing today because it is raining and when it rains here, we do not usually ride the bikes, we ride with the buses. It is a lot drier.
My favorite thing to cook is chicken quesadilla wraps. They taste really good. My companion likes to cook goulash.
We have not had any ward activities lately but we usually do stuff with ward members all the time so it feels like we always have some sort of a ward activity.
This week we were not able to meet anyone too interesting but we were able to get a church headquarters referral on Saturday so hopefully we will meet someone interesting this coming week. We also have a few service projects this week, a few member appointments, companionship exchanges, and later this week we have a Zone Training Meeting. We also have interviews with President Fingerle, we will see what he has to say about life so it should be a good week. Other than that there is not too much to report on.
My favorite thing to study this week were older Ensign articles, sometimes they have some pretty interesting stuff in them about other religions or older issues relating to the church, they were interesting to read.
Scripture for the week: Genesis 1:26--a good one to remember, “And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth."
Quote for the week "it takes a big dog to way a ton" (mom note: favorite family saying)
Love you and hope that you have a good week,
Elder Spencer Fisher