Hello from Kansas!
This week was meeting-filled! We had interview with our Mission President , Zone conference , and General Conference and ! Needless to say it was a revelation-filled week!
We had some good lessons with the father of one of our families. We left him with a Book of Mormon to read last week, and when we came back he was about 20 pages in, and had some notes of questions for us. We were able to help him with most of his questions, but there are a few that we needed to do more studying for. It seems like he has a genuine interest, but he is also very rooted and involved in his current church. Hopefully as we continue meeting, he will continue to read and he will have a "mighty change of heart" and come to find out for himself.
We've been working a lot to try and find new people, which is always a struggle. But I think as we make and follow a plan we will see miracles!
We met another cool family this week. Well part of a family, and actually we found them last week. But we were able to talk a little bit more, the Dad's name is Rod and he's pretty big, not fat. He's a really nice guy who has met the missionaries before. It's a little hard to meet up with him because he goes to Hutch every and for his free mason meetings. I have been really surprised at the amount of free masons around, I don't think I even knew anyone part of the masons before I came to Kansas.
We started meeting with another family that I met a few months back. One of the boys and girls said they have been reading the Book of Mormon, and they've read quite a bit. But when they went to get it they couldn't find it, so I guess we'll see if they've actually been reading haha. But we finally met the dad, and wow he is huge, he might be the most muscular person I've ever met. Hopefully we can get down to Moundridge more often to see them.
Today Elder Jordan and I decided we wanted to play tennis. So that's our new p day activity, since there's not a whole lot else to do around here haha :).
Not a whole lot going on, but we'll have to go to Wichita again this week! That makes 4 times .
Looking forward to this coming week!
- Elder Andrasko