So last Tuesday President Prince invited us to do a family home evening type of activity in his house. It's a pretty cool chance. He told us that it isn't worth doing it if we were only gonna bring 3 people, though. It was a lot of pressure and craziness, but we were able to get 8 investigators there and the sisters brought 3. It was pretty cool.
If everything works out, we should have 2 baptisms. One is pretty set and the other is like maybe. It could go either way. We're doing everything we can to get these poeple in the water. We had 7 investigators from us come to church and the sisters had 4. That's the most investigators this ward has had in a while. The ward was in danger of becoming a branch, but this last Sunday, there were so many people that some had to sit on the stage in the back.
Oh yeah, another cool thing; There's a gringo visiting his wife's family here in the ward and he came with them on Sunday. He's from Provo and doesn't speak hardly any Spanish. So guess who got to be his translator all day? I'm not gonna lie, it was way harder than I thought it would be. It's one thing when your brain is in Spanish mode and your just listening, but when your listening in Spanish then switching to English in a way that makes sense for the guy, it's hard. Especially if you miss one sentence and you lose the topic. it's just impossible. It was cool though.
Esperamos que tengamos bautismos por la primera vez aquí este sábado. Vamos a ver. Sé que esta obra cambia vidas y estoy agradecido por la oportunidad de ser una herramienta en las manos del señor.