April 7, 2014
We had numbers wise probably the best week of my entire mission this week! We really just pounded the pavement going down Saddleback Campus. We opened a number of windows down there and were able to find 3 new investigators in a 1 hour window! It was insane! Elder F and Elder B taught 2 of them while a Member and I taught the other. We ended up picking up 5 new investigators this week and 3 more for other companionships in the mission. We are tempted to just go down there all day every day and see what happens.
Elder Freeman, my youngest son has graduated and gone off into the world. We yelled at him the other day while driving by him and his new companion riding their bikes up in the Mission Lake area which is still in our YSA area :D! I’m such a proud daddy.
It was a really hard transfer meeting for me though. :/ Elder Hegland and Chandler, the two Mongolian Elders are leaving this transfer so they sang an awesome duet starting in English and ending in Mongolian. They bore their testimonies and I was dying inside. Elder Hegland's last day in the mission is tomorrow. He will be home on Wednesday. It won't be much longer before I see him again but it was just really sad to see this day actually came.
Last Monday, just after emailing, we left the library only to be contacted by a young man walking out at the same time. He's a less active member who has found himself at life's lowest points that day. When he saw us he knew from somewhere deep inside him that he needed to stop us and have us come visit him soon. We were able to get in with him this week and have a GREAT lesson and help him set up a time to meet with Bishop. It was a really cool moment to know we were here specifically for him.
I got to ride in another sweet BMW this week ;). It was a SUPER TRICKED OUT M3 convertible. It was pretty exciting.
I really enjoyed general conference. What more can I say.
p.s. missionary pot-luck ---> success!