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Monday, March 16, 2015

Baptism, Angkor Wat, 2nd To Last P-Day!

We went to Ankgor Wat and a bunch of other ancient temples in that area. Super fun. No better way to spend for a birthday! And this time was way better, because we actually made an agenda so we were able to see a lot more temples than last time, and it was good. Super tired too, we started at 5 am and went until about 3:30 p.m. We were planning to email yesterday for a little bit, but the power went out and so the zone leader approved us emailing today. yay! 

This Friday will be complete 2 years. That is pretty amazing!! I am at the end of an amazing journey. It's been an amazing journey because of a wonderful Heavenly father. I was told by Him in the MTC to "fear not, I am with thee, oh be not dismayed for I am thy God and will still give thee aid". That as definitely been fulfilled and that experienced has helped me plow through the difficult times of the mission.
Yesterday the sister who was baptized last week was confirmed and is doing great! And yesterday we started teaching her husband, and she stopped sewing on Sunday (that is her job) and told her boss that she can't sew on sunday and she said so was way more effective during to week. Cool stuff.
We also had a baptism yesterday, he is awesome! So much faith, he told his boss when we started learning to give him time off or he'll quit.

We are hoping for another baptism in two weeks on the 29th, but looks like I'll be gone.

We have a lot of investigators! We don't have enough time to teach everyone we need to, but I like it that way. A little overwhelming, and the best part we have four families we are teaching. Two progressing two a still very hesitant. 

The down side is the RC from about six months ago have disappeared and we don't know where they went. 
Good news, ever since Elder Belcher is now the district president, our branch is doing a lot better, and things are getting under control. It is still incredibly new and weak, but it is getting there.










































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