Man Reagan told me about the snow that yall got there in Utah as well. I
miss it allot. Its fine though, when i return the season will just be
getting ready to start. The mission president does go home in June. We will
have a new one. We dont know anything about him though, its still along way
off. Ill let you know though if we learn anything. Hey I heard there is
this new movie coming out about two missionarys that we kidnapped in Russia
along time ago and its about there story. If you have not heard about it go
look it up it is pretty awesome. Its called the stroginoph approach. Or
something like that.
This week went well. My comp was sick AGAIN, so i finally convinced him to
go to the doctor. He is finally better, but then one of the Elders of
Kennesaw got sick as well! so elder henson stayed with him and I went out
with the other two elders and once again did the teaching. which is fine it
builds my Spanish allot cause its all on me. I actually like it that way.
Its also fun Being in a hybrid group cause i dont have to talk to any
English people! and i get all the Hispanics for my self.
Its crazy to think Im going on my 4th transfer! it also stinks :( we have
finally got a ton of people to teach that are really progressing. Only
about half of those investigators and progressing. the other half just come
every week and are basically members but wont get baptized. Its annoying
but with time. But its sad because its about a 90% chance that i am out of
here this transfer which is good cause im ready for a new experience but
bad cause we finally have people that are getting past lesson 2. So i dont
want to leave cause we are finally teaching people. With my trainer we did
not teach a whole lot. I believe it was cause he had been here for 7
transfers and he had done all he could here and it was his time to leave.
But now we are finally teaching and im most likely leaving. But the good
part is there are only 8 Spanish areas so i have a high chance of coming
back here later on.
This last Thursday-Sunday were some really good days. ON Thursday we were
driving to diner and we heard it might snow but did not believe it. But on
the way it started to snow and we were like "heck no! we ain't gettin stuck
way out here. But while we were in dinner it stopped. it did scare us
though. then on Friday we decided to go to lunch with some elders in our
district before weekly planning. Now you need to know that this elders
always attack us with Nerf guns every time we come over so we decided to
arm ourselves as well. So when we rolled up to there apartment we kicked in
the door and let them have it. Then they got theirs and it turned into all
out war for like 20 minuets. Nobody won, we were all just tiered. It was
awesome, and we are actually having a huge Nerf war with like 10 Elders
today in the Gym at the stake center so wish me luck! Then Saturday we had
a great lesson with one of our investigators, we taught the Plan and it
went well. But the best part is though that one of our Investigators is
finally getting married this Friday! He called us Last night and told us he
wants to be baptized on Saturday! so out of the many possible baptisms we
have i will get at least one. They are a very solid family so i know that
in a year i can go to there sealing in the temple cause if anyone they will
Other than all that not anything to special happened. Im just about to
finish the book of Alma i got two chapters left (in Spanish) I love reading
in Spanish, I think it just sounds so much cooler.
Con Mucho Amor
P.s. here are some pictures from the snow storm.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014Georgia Atlanta North Mission
Dear Parents and Loved Ones of Missionaries in the Georgia Atlanta North Mission
As you may have heard, a winter storm has been moving through Georgia the last few days. The missionaries were not allowed in their cars or on their bikes yesterday. They have been asked to stay in their apartments today. All are safe and accounted for. As far as we can tell, none of them were ever in any danger. We are grateful for their safety and for your prayers.
President and Sister Wolfert