La Gran Luz de Conferencia General
Yeah so this week was was General Conference. And after 10 hours of listening to pure inspiration one usually feels pretty good. I was really happy because some really good investigators that are a family were able to attend and listen to the voice of Thomas S. Monson. And I felt like there were a lot of talks directed to investigators so that was good as well. I listened to it all in English with the other gringos in the zone, Elder Canfield from Alpine, Utah and Elder Bryce from Mesa, Arizona. All three of us are training Latinos. And in the other district in the zone is Angamos. They are straight Latinos because Angamos is the dangerous part of Ventanilla. But it doesn't make a lot of sense because one of them is from Argentina and he looks just like an American until you talk to him.
We have a baptism on Saturday of another 9 year old. My area is full of part member families. His name is Benjamin and he and his brothers have been coming to our English class. It's the best thing in the world teaching kids, because if they have gone to primary all their life like Benjamin, they already know everything. In reality they understand better than most of our adult investigators.
We put the goal of temple sealing with the Obregon family that got baptized last week. If everything works out right, we should be able to be there in their sealing in one year from now.
Have a great week everyone. Congrats to the people who got mission calls this week, remember Elder Bednars talk about the call and the assignment.