did so much cool stuff. And I got way more pictures for y'all this
Tuesday we went all four of us to Tahara city, far out in our area
near the beach. But we didn't get to the beach this time sadly. But it
was a cool place! Even though we couldn't find the less actives houses
or find a new investigator. It was good.
That night we decided to visit some investigators who've been too
busy to meet recently. One of them we caught just as she was leaving
her apartment and we gave her chocolate. She was happy to see us. We
also visited our Filipino family and they invited us in. We gave them
chocolate too and talked about the gospel for a bit. It was awesome!
Best part is on the way we found a new investigator! Yay!
|Eikaiwa English class!|
Thursday we had a Kokan with the Kariya elders. I was with the
District Leader, Elder Lenning again, in Toyohashi this time. We
talked to a ton of people, ate indo curry, and saw a member. It was
Friday we had a really good lesson with our investigator and a
member tachiai. It was good for someone who actually knows Japanese to
hear his problems. The member helped out a lot.
Saturday was action packed! We had a concert to raise awareness of
Autism, the Toyohashi Matsuri, and Meet the Mormons movie night back
to back! It was way fun! We talked to a lot of young people at the
matsuri and I won a contest were I had to beat a guy in janken
(Japanese rock, paper, scissors) and I got a ton of Black Thunder
Chocolate bars. Which were originally from Toyohashi I might add,
#funfacts. We got to the church just before the movie and handed out
these Black Thunders to everyone in attendance. The Bishop mentions it
was funny that I did that because in the movie there's a guy who drops
candy from an airplane to children. Way cool. Black Thunder is my
favorite chocolate bar!
There was a good mix of members and non members at the movie. One
of our English students came and brought a friend. Our investigator
came. And the members fellow shipped everyone awesomely. Even the kids
Sunday was the last day for the Suzukis in our ward. They are
transferring to Kasugai Ward this Wednesday. We will miss them here so
much. They gave so much power to our work here and they have become
good friends to me indeed. I know that they will do great things in
Kasugai, but sad they couldn't be here till I finish in December.
Luckily they are still in the same stake, so we will see them at stake
conference this coming month.
I love you all and I'm thankful for your prayers. I'm thankful for
my companions and the opportunity I have to work with Elders McArthur,
Gifford, Miranda, and the Suzukis in Toyohashi. As well as Elders
Lenning and Johnson and Sisters Kittaka and Thompson in Kariya. I'm
thankful for the cool autumn breeze and my investigators. It is a
great time to be a missionary and I love it. And most of all I love
the Lord, trust the Lord, and serve the Lord.
Have a good one, Peace!
|Suzuki bye bye speech|
|Autism awareness concert.|
|US Trying to do it|
|The Great Wall|
|Elder Lenning and i went to China!|
|Looking for the elect|
|This dude is traveling from Tokyo to Kyushu by SKATEBOARD! What!|
|Like something from Indiana Jones|
|Yeah, we went to Egypt|
|Easter Island Heads!|
|Random place in Tahara|
|Elder Gifford ruining the tranquil scenery haha|
|Cool dance group!|
|Paper! We got Black Thunder y'all!|
|This District rocks!|
|Ping pong battle|