So this week has been really, as they say here in Chile, tranquilo (peaceful). We've been going up a lot to this place in our area named Las Cabras (the goats). I heard it got that name because that's where all the farmers lived, and so they always had lots of goats. Anyway, we've been going up there almost everyday because we've got an investigator up there that's going to get baptized this Saturday! Her name is Pricila.
She really loves to come to church, even though she lives super far away. She also knows lots of people up in that area, and she's already sharing the Gospel with them!
We've also got Rodrigo, that came to church with us on Sunday. He also loves to go to church. He should be baptized on the 19th of August.
We're really excited for this month of August. We've got some big plans for this month. I'll keep you all informed.
So we just barely had transfers again. It looks like I'll be staying here in Las Américas again. Were super excited to be here again, we've got lots of people that are progressing towards baptism.
One of them is named Pricila. She has been coming to church the past 2 weeks and she loves it! She loves the Spirit she feels there. She really wants to get baptized. We almost got her daughter, Ánia to come too, but at the last minute she didn't want to. We're really excited for her baptism.
Things have been pretty chill here. We've just been working a lot. I can't believe that I'll be turning 19 really soon, and I can't believe that it's already time for that.
Well I guess that's all for this week. Until the next one. See you in 7.
This week was a crazy week, mostly because of the Confederation's Cup. To start it off, Chile played against Portugal on Wednesday. We didn't watch the game, but we were well informed of what was going on. Whenever Chile was close to scoring, everyone would start shouting. Well, the game went into extra time, and then penalties cause nobody scored. Luckily we had to talk to sister in the ward, so we got to see the penalties. All I can say is BRAVO!!!!! Thats the name of the Chilean goalie, and he was on fire. He stopped 3 consecutive penalties, and won the game for Chile.
All of that was a little short lived, because they lots to Germany in the finals. So basically everyone is a little sad. But that's ok because I'm happy! The 6th will be a special day, not only because my sister gets home from her mission (shoutout to my sister!) but also be because that is the day of the baptismal interview of Rosemary and Macarena. They are going to get baptized the 8th! I'm really excited for that.
Also, if you didn't know, we're teaching a guy named Jesus. I'll tell you more about him next week. See y'all in 7.