Sunday, February 12, 2017

February 12, 2017 Werribee

Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooood morning. 

This week was pretty grouse. We had transfers on Tuesday, which was busy. We drove everywhere getting bags for people and getting people. Also, if you were curious, you can fit a twin mattress in a toyota carolla.

We also had MLC on Friday. It was awesome. One cool thing from that day is that we got to come home on the train because we had to leave a car at the office. So we took the train back and went through a train station named Southern Cross, which is one of the biggest in Melbourne. Thousands go through it everyday. But the cool thing about this is that in Melbourne the Book of Mormon musical has come. They have been advertising for it for over a year and now it is here, and it is sold out through April. It's big. But even though this play is kinda pokin fun at us Mormons, the Church is using it as a tool to help people know about the church. So there are ads for the actually Book of Mormon EVERYWHERE in Melbourne. They are on TV, on Youtube, on the radio, and all over the city. Southern Cross is totally decked out with advertisements for the Book of Mormon. So we got to see all of that! It was awesome. I have never seen the word Mormon so much. Not even in Utah!

Well, about our week, it was kinda slow. Lots of logistical stuff. Heaps of planning.

But... remember Gavin and Stella? They are still awesome! They came to church again yesterday and they loved it! That's 3 times in a row and each time they have liked it more. It was awesome. 

We also have an investigator named Ngahinu, and I can't remember if I told you about her last week. She is a grandma, and used to be a member and lost her records, so she needs to be baptized again, but she has to get married first, so that's what we are working on with her! She totally wants to be baptized though. She is awesome. 

That's us!

Have a good week!

Pictures: Southern Cross, Me with the Tongan Elders, and us with our Ward Mission Leader, Brother Letalu (matching ties for the ward mission team!)

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