Wednesday, April 10, 2013
This week was good!!!
North Korea isn’t that big of a deal, something will happen but I am safe.
I am excited to hear conference; we will be able to listen to it this Saturday. Our member is doing a little better; we carried him on our backs to the hospital twice this week. Poor guy has broken his foot in 2 places. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve him, what a blessing it has been.
Seoul is hard because there are so many people that only want to learn English. If they only knew, the message we have to share with them is more important that learning English.
Anyway this week in missionary work has been good! Elder Brechwoldt and I conducted our first monthly training this week. I felt that we did a pretty good job. We made sure that our zone knows exactly how our zone is doing and involved them in making goals. We trained on accountability, more specifically on keeping rules, our potential, and the wise use of time.
Our investigators are doing well. We committed a girl to be baptized but she knows so little right now, that it might be hard! We also teach a family on base every Friday.
We had a good week
Be Someone’s Miracle.
Posted by Jenne at 1:40 AM
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
My new area is SUPER GOOD! I enjoy my new companion and our new apartment. We don’t ever stop teaching so it doesn’t give us much time to make new contacts. There are only 2 of us in this area.
We went to the military base to visit with a family, meeting them was really fun.
Sunday when we met with the ward, I was a little frustrated because there is no organization at all for missionary work. Although, we are figuring it out and the ward loves us. I have a lot to do in this area.
We have quite a large number of people that come to our English class, but that is the only reason they are there. It’s a bit discouraging but the people are great!
By the way, I am safe here in Korea! There is really nothing serious to worry about. I go to the military base once a week and the military branch comes to my building, so if there is anything to worry about they will tell me.
I have been able to serve a man in our ward this week that cannot walk, so I have been carrying him on my back for the last 3 days. What a huge miracle this has been.
I am grateful for my testimony and for all the miracles I see everyday.
Be Someone’s Miracle.
Posted by Jenne at 4:47 PM