This week was the most busiest week of my entire mission. Elder Folau and I taught 31 lessons and we found 5 new investigators. We have 3 that are really progressing. We have them on Baptismal date as well. One is on the 17th, one is on the 24th, and the other is on the 31st. We hope and pray that they all happen. Conference was great. We watched the Saturday afternoon session at the house of the second counselor in the Bishopric. His name is Bro. Aldous and he used to be a seventy for 20 years.
Nora, our investigator is doing well. She will be gone until November though. Baily is set for the 17th and he is well fellowshipped and is excited for his baptism. He was being taught in another ward by our zone leaders first, but he lives in our area and we did a switch off. Ken is on the 24th. He just got out of prison and he has been taught a lot by missionaries over the years. President will have to interview him for the past transgression has has told us, but hopefully he will be baptized soon. The last one is Linda. She has been investigating the church for a year and has been taught almost everything. She really wants to be baptized as well but she works on Sundays. We have come up with a plan that she can leave work a little early to come to church and we really hope she does.
It has been cooling down the past couple of days. I was able to wear my jacket for the first time in over 5 months. I am not ready for winter yet. Transfers are in 3 weeks. It is very likely that I will be leaving this area, but I kinda want to stay. We are doing great things here and a lot of the people we are working with are progressing. Hopefully Elder Folau and I will have another busy week. Take care!