Villahermosa | Mexico
Called To Serve
July 2018 - July 2020
Hello my Dudes!.
My baby bro Hunt is now a married man. Good job and good luck to you guys!
It was a dope week here in my winter wonderland of Villahermosa. A ton of crazy stuff going on this week! First off, we got a visit from Elder Pino from the area presidency of Mexico!!! It was so dang cool. We had conferencias with him and you could feel some big game autoridad from him hahaha. He talked to us about how our calls to be a missionary, like literally the calls we received and the responsibilities that we have como misioneros! Holy it was amazing. He explained the process of how we arrived here and what has to happen and that every single one of our calls is the same yet intimate and personal for every missionary. He reminded us about the commitment we make when me accept our calls and how we need to do everything we can to keep this commitment. It was a super awesome conferencia. I loved it!
We found some great people this week walking around in the heat! So we were going to contact this neighbor of some of the members here and when we walked into the apartment place we found one of the people who we were teaching a couple months ago but she had moved! Her name is Jovanna, super cool. Her aunt moved into her old apartment and we met her! She's Sara and she lives her there with her kids Pedro and Camila. We started talking to her and she told us that her husband just left her and how she's trying to find something that can help and that about 5 years ago she had met the missionaries and everything. Actually her son Pedro got baptized!!! So she is super willing to talk and really wants to see if she can get moving on the right camino. All in all she and her family are super cool people and we're gonna see whats goin on with them tomorrow!
We learned how to make empanaditas in the ward this week!!! Super fun and honestly so freaking easy to make. The bishop taught us and they're soooo good. It was so sick, our converts who are super cool showed up and learned how to make them on Thursday and then Friday night we were walking back to our house at like 9ish and we passed by their house. We saw that there was a covered plate sitting outside and we thought what the heck? what is that for? Hahaha but we started talking to them and turns out they went home and made empanada's and then they were selling them in front of their house!!! Hahaha it was so dope hahaha.
Well, I hope you all have a great week, I love you all machin. No vemo pue!
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