Yo what's up? Guys as you can tell I'm running out of things to title my emails with so I'm probably just starting to use the word Fiji, because it's the sickest country in the world. Anyways, we had a pretty good week this week. We have been working hard to bring people to church or bring them back to church and we have seen some good success. Two less actives we have been working with came to church the last two weeks in a row and now have both qualified to receive a temple recommend to do baptisms in the temple. So awesome to see people use the gospel of Jesus Christ to change their lives, even if they are already a member. It really does work for everyone.
We have one investigator named Ana, who is a 18 year old girl. We tracted into her and have been working with her for months to help her know that the Book of Mormon is true and she finally got an answer! However her parents are not allowing her to be baptized because they are strong Methodists. Such a bummer. She's asked them three times now, but we are going to hopefully go and ask them this week so we will see what happens. One of my favorite investigators we are teaching are named Ateca and Bulo. These are two 70 year old ladies that we also tracted into as well. They are probably some of the most humble, sweetest ladies I've ever met. I just love being around them. They told us they usually just invite every church into their house to share, but last week some Jehovah Witnesses tried coming over and they just told them "Oh no it's alright we like what we are learning from the Mormons" hahah best thing I've ever heard. They are so humble and accepted a baptismal date yesterday! The work is great, I just love this place, Hope everything is good at home, love you all!
Me eating my favorite food Wacipoki!
A selfie while proselyting