Another full week of proselyting! Lots of good progress in the area this week! We set 2 baptismal dates and worked a ton.
So we started the week last Tuesday without water cause our pipe broke! We didn't really get to shower for a couple days. Good thing we have deodorant!! haha. To start out... Jerry, one of our recent converts, came up to us at church and referred his sister to take the lessons haha. Even at 12 years old he's getting out and doing missionary work! Now his older sister and her friend are both taking the missionary lessons! We also followed up with one of our investigators named Johnathon. He straight up told us he was ready to change his life and he had stopped drinking and smoking. He's been holding all his engagements now and is ready to be baptized in the blink of an eye! Crazy miracle. We hadn't even taught him the word of wisdom yet and he felt the need to stop all these things!
Wednesday we were told by some other missionaries that an investigator that wants to be baptized had just moved into our area so we spent literally 3 hours just talking with everyone trying to find this dude and never did!!! At least we get to meet a lot of people though haha.
Thursday we saw a strong member couple but the wife isn't baptized yet! They still have to work through some marriage complications and to make things worse the husband's sister is trying to claim that their land is hers so they have to go to court. They might not even stay in our ward/area now :(. That's a big problem here in Vanuatu actually. Nobody really knows what land they live on cause the legal system here is so sketchy haha.
Friday was another day full of lessons :)
Saturday and Sunday were both pretty similar. Sunday was especially long. We went to church and stayed in the area till night time. We had some dry raman to get us through the day haha. Jerry also got the aaronic priesthood! He'll be passing the sacrament next week!
Bout it for this week!
I keep forgetting to take pictures but here is a few of some cats cause they are literally everywhere.