Mission Explorers, reporting for duty. Sister, Sister, Sister Explorers.
This week has been an adventure, challenging but worth it. So, we are the three amigas, exploring all of Jaro.
It is really exploring since the area book isn't really updated, but the Lord has helped us this week.
The cool story this week was about the Blue Gate. We were kind of lost since all of us are new to the area. We were searching for the Hernia family, and at first we had no luck. We were about to go to Sister Pancho's area, but we asked one more person, and he told us, look for the blue gate.
We looked around, and there were several blue gates, which one? The first blue gate, no one was home, but the second blue gate there was a kind nanay: nanay Little(this is her actual name). Nanay told us that it was her cousin, but she has moved away. But, Little has listened to the missionaries before, but when they transferred, they stopped teaching her. She is willing to listen, and we have a return appointment with her this week.
Another blessing this week is that president said that I could go to Nanay Georgia's Baptism. On Saturday I was able to see the changes in her, and to see the happiness in her face. The Lord truly softens people's hearts every day.
This last week we mostly worked in the other area, so the exploring will continue. I know that the Lord will direct us to those he wants to teach, and in spite of our short comings, the Lord can work through us if we let go of the fear we have. Even if we are weak, the Lord will make us strong. I know that this church is true, and that the plan works. I have seen it over and over in my mission. The Lord truly loves each and every one of us.