So that day of transfers I got the stomach flu which wasn't fun... mostly because we were running short on water, still didn't have electricity, and it meant another day at home instead of working. The power/water finally came back that night and my sickness went away. We were able to go back to work again on Friday.
All of the people we've talked to so far were safe despite the typhoon. There is one family of members who lives not too far away from us who are now sleeping/living in the church because their house got destroyed. :( We're all just glad everyone is safe.
Oh yeah... and Kim wasn't able to get off work for her baptism so it was rescheduled for this Saturday.
Despite all of that, we still had a great week. :) Several less-actives came to church yesterday and there are several other members who are officially active again! Yea! So happy for them!! Also, a few awesome investigators came to church again. We're still finding new investigators everyday and seriously.... so, so blessed to be here in this area. Sister Fewster and I just reflected back on this last transfer and both agreed that this has been the best one for both of us... not because it's been easy, but because of how much we've both grown. We're so ready and excited for "round 2" :)
Guys.... the gospel is true. We are so blessed to know the truth. We are so blessed to live in a time when we have the fullness of the gospel here on the earth... a living prophet, revelation, the priesthood, everything. We are too blessed to not share those blessings with others. There are so many people who are searching for the truth. I promise you they are out there, all around us. We, as members, made a promise when we were baptized that we would stand as witnesses of God at all times and in all things and in all places. I invite you all to open your mouths and share those blessings you've been given with those around you, both people you already know and those you haven't met yet. There is know need to fear because the success is in the invitation. :) Love you all!!! Go do some missionary work!!!! :)