Monday, February 1, 2016

Je Ne Sais Pas
Bonjour Family et Friends!
This week was good. I don't remember much of what happened, but it was 
still good.

So we came in contact with this investigator that was dropped in the
past. His name is Bonté. He's an interesting dude from French Guyane.
He has a lot of faith! But he's definitely interesting haha. We had a
good first rdv with him; he talked about how much he felt with the
missionaries in the past. He had truly felt the spirit! He said a lot
of other things that I didn't understand.. He was once shot in the
throat, and now he has this scar and his voice sounds pretty bad. So
it's way hard to understand him! But fortunately it's not me that will
be speaking to his heart. C'est l'esprit de Dieu!

We saw some our boys, the island boys! We saw Mesake and his buddy
Sieta from Tonga. We had a really good rdv with them! It's funny; with
those guys, we just stop by their house and they just let us in. They
always offer us food as well. But we got to know Sieta a little better
and it turns out that his wife is a member, and they have three kids!
His wife and kids live in Australia, while Sieta is here to play rugby
professionally. But he knows the missionaries pretty well and seems interested! 
 Some random friends on the street. Two of which are SDFs (hobos)

We also passed by one our homies, Keith. He's a member here in
valence, but he doesn't come to church very often. He also plays rugby
with the boys. But we had a good meets with him! His brother is
actually on a mission as well. We can feel the faith that Keith has,
we just need to give him a little push! He's way sick though.

We visited our friend Odile as well yesterday. I've talked about her a
bit; she's super smart and super nice! She likes having all four of us
over. we usually visit her on Sundays; she's really occupied during
the week with all of her studies. But we really appreciate her and how
nice she is!

We had zone conference this week. A portion of it was spent at a Roman
amphitheater in Lyon. It was built in 12 BC. So it was definitely one
of the oldest things I've been to! But it was way cool. I really like
President Brown!
Roman Theater

Latest goals have been faithful family finding. Our president has been encouraging us to try harder to find families;'they've always been our priority, but he's telling us to not let one family get by without a chance to hear the restored gospel. I really like President Brown and what he does. 

 Vegetables and fruit are more appealing to me. (I love Zucchini  hahaha) you probably think this is my comp writing this email haha.

But it's crazy to think tomorrow marks one year of being in France!! I left exactly a year ago to come to France.

Not much else happened though... We went to the dentist again, and
we're going again this week. Yayyy

I love you all! Have a great week!

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