Elise at temple

Elise at temple
Hermana Moser

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

The Field IS White!

January 19, 2015

Hellos my dear and beloved family!
I hope that everything is well at home. This week hasn´t been super eventful... We have just been working really hard to find all of the investigatores that the elders had and find new investigadores en our area as well. It is still an adventure because sometimes we get lost. And then sometimes we don´t know what we are doing. I have gained such a HUGE testimony of the area book! That thing is IMPORTANT.

The awesome part about Cunduacán is that it is a ward of workers. People want to help. They say that they will come on citas with us and then they follow through! It is awesome! And our ward mission leader called US the other day to ask about our investigadores and stuff. I have not had a mission leader who cares since Frontera... It is a huge blessing. I feel like I have been put in an awesome ward and that the time is ready to harvest! .. No pressure. haha

We went to Jalpa the other day. Turns out our area is actually HUGE because Jalpa is like 20 minutes away in taxi and it is just as big as Cunduacán! What?! It was raining and freezing the whole day so we didn´t get to see as much as we wanted to, but now we can say we have been there. And the cutest little old lady gave us lunch. She was one of the first members here over 30 years ago, and has been traveling from Jalpa to Cunduacán every single week to attend church. She is probably 70 years old, but she runs a ticket booth for the bus station out of her home and you should see her run and jump when the phone rings! And she is constantly cracking jokes. She is adorable. 

We found an entire family of young people last week, and this week the three boys came to church! There is a 13, 14, and 17 year old. They beat us to church, and they had to walk really far! It was so exciting to see them there! They were going to leave after church because they were too embarrassed to go to the class, but the YM president came and talked them into staying. And they LOVED it! They could not stop talking about how nice everyone was, how everyone treats everyone else with respect, how they felt loved and how much they loved learning about God... It was perfect. When we went to visit them that afternoon they were talking about baptism and serving missions themselves! haha... We are super excited to work with them this week!

The truth is we have a lot of progressing investigadores now. There was one man in church that, after principios del evangelio, said, "I am here with the purpose of being baptized." WHAT?! NOBODY JUST SAYS THAT! Especially the first time meeting the missionaries! Ah. The Lord is blessing  us in every single way. We are so grateful.
I love you i love you I love you!
Que esten bien!

Hermana Moser

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