Hey y'all! Good to hear from you as always. I'm loving things out here as always. Things have been so busy out here this week. We have so many people to teach at the moment. Elder Holley and I are having a great time. We've been really trying to focus of teaching Jesse, and helping Samantha and Steve get baptized next Saturday. They're doing great. This Sunday is Stake Conference so we wouldn't be able to get them the Holy Ghost the following Sunday so we'll be having that baptism on the 19th. I'm so excited for them. They're such a great little family. They've been living the WOW for a week now and they've read all through 1st Nephi. They're so ready to be faithful members for eternity.
We've gotten about 10 new investigators this week so it's been crazy. I'm so excited for this work. Once the ball gets rolling it just keeps going and going. There should be a lot going on next week which will be great. I'm really excited. It's going to be hard work but really fun. I'm so grateful to have such a loving family. Thank yall for everything for Christmas and the holidays. I really love all you guys. I'm so thankful for the support yall give me and the encouragement you all gave me to come on a mission. This week went by so fast so I don't have a whole lot to say but just know that I love you guys so much.
That would be really awesome if yall went on a mission. Senior couples do a lot of great work. We just got a set in our ward and they're fantastic. Elder and Sister Mihlbergher, or something like that. I'm not quite sure of the spelling.
For all the youth in our ward who are considering going on missions, just let them know that a mission is the most amazing opportunity for spiritual growth. I cannot possibly fall away from this faith. I know it's true with every fiber of my being and I know that living the gospel is such a blessing to families and my future. Everyone who has the opportunity should go on a mission.
I love that song (His Eye Is On The Sparrow). It's on this CD we've got. What are yalls new years resolutions?