Monday was a pretty good P Day. It was pretty relaxed and we got to clean the van and all sorts of "fun things" like that. :) We also got to watch Meet the Mormons with some of the members, so that is cool.
Tuesday we had some meetings in the morning, and then we went out to Botwood for the day! :) Botwood is a small town a little closer to the shore. We knocked out there a little bit, and we were decently received. We still haven't found any new investigators as of this week... but we are working on it. After we had knocked the street, we actually got a media referral from somebody who lives there who wants a Book of Mormon, so that's really cool! :) We will hopefully be able to meet them today, but we won't have much time to since we will be in Halifax on Wednesday, Thursday, and.
Wednesday we had District Meeting where I trained on how we need to prepare our hearts for the work. I feel like the training was well received. After that we made the 4.5 hour long drive to St. John's. We had a chance to work with the elders there. I went with the District Leader, who was my former zone leader when I was a District Leader: Elder Dudley, and Elder Kelley went with the other two companions: Elder Hogg and Elder Julian. Elder Dudley and I had a pretty successful night! The first door we knocked on let us in. His name was Eti, and he's from Nigeria. We taught him the Restoration and the spirit was so strong throughout that whole experience. We gave him a Book of Mormon and he wanted to read it. His girlfriend was on the phone with him and she was in Nigeria at the time! That's so neat! After that we stopped by several other people who were interested and one guy who was not at all.
Thursday we were still in St. John's and split off into our respective groups. :) Elder Dudley and I went to MUN University and contacted people there. It was so cool to see how diverse people were and how many young people were interested in learning more about the gospel. After that we toured some of the sights, like Signal Hill, a cool lookout point where you can oversee the city, and then we went street contacting and stopped by some less active members as well. The day was very successful.
That was pretty much our week. We had a smaller groupdue to some people being sick and others being tired, so that's where we are at right now. Hopefully this next week we will be able to see some excitement in our own area. :)
Love you all!
Signal Hill in St. Johns, Newfoundland
With the beauty comes the snow! (Grand Falls)