Another week here in the south comes and flies by! Especially since we have been having 70 degree weather all week and it sure did make Elder Hill happy:)
But this week was pretty memorable, made some mistakes, and made memories:)
Tuesday, we started the day off on bikes riding around, awkwardly waving at people in the cars because you cant tell if they are looking at you or not. Cars getting really close almost invading your personal bike bubble, and gripping to that white line and look at it as a tightrope you have to ride on. BUT we made it to our location and we tracted and visited some potentials in the area. No huge success, lots of people turning us away like we were the plague, but we taught a few people who were very appreciative of the service we render to the people here. We then later in the day went and provided some service for Rosemary Luby. If you remember that lady we walked in to last week we helped her spray her forest with poison Ivy spray and removed some large roots coming from, the forest into her backyard. Rosemary is one of the sweetest ladies I've every met and she treated us so nice! Right at the end of the service she said "thank you" probably 15 times before we left and with tears in her eyes she was in awe of two young men giving up two years of our lives to serving people and serving God. Very positive experience and we are hoping to introduce the Restoration this upcoming week and finish taking down a fence! We then drove up north to go see a lady named Jennifer Brumfield. This was my first time meeting Jennifer, she has been taught by missionaries in the past, but didn't like how bold the missionaries taught her was. She had many questions about baptism and we started off by reading Christs baptism in the book of Matthew and helped her understand the authority that John the Baptist had in baptizing Christ, and that being called of God is different than being called by men. We read with her 2 Nephi 31 with her and verse 7 really stood out to her where it says...
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