Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Rio Rio Chio

Hermanas Andrus and San Juan
It was pouring on Sunday so we walked people into the church with our umbrellas.

Another great week people!

We have been working a lot with German this week. He is the boyfriend of a member in our ward. He has been investigating the church for about a year now and he called us the other week and told us that he wants to be baptized on September 7th!! So This Sunday he will be getting baptized. He really is so ready.

We are seeing lots of blessings here in Channelview!!

The Martinez family was confirmed this Sunday! I seriously love that family so much. We had a lesson with them at a members house after church and talked about the priesthood. Gabriel is so excited about getting it and becoming a priesthood holder for his family. We are planning on going and doing baptisms for the dead with them in the coming weeks.:)

So on Sunday night I got the call from President Drake. He asked me to be sister training leader. SO nervous but happy to be able to have more of an opportunity to serve others.

SO REALLY FUNNY. Hermana Andrus is a dancer and loves dancing and obviously I can't dance at all but this Saturday our stake held fiestas patrias which is a party that hispanics throw every year to celebrate their different cultures. So Hna Andrus really wanted to choreograph a dance for it so she did! It was a puerta rican folk dance. She coreographed it all in like an hour then we practiced it like 4 times then we preformed it Saturday night! haha Hermana Salcido and Perez did it with us, it was a blast.   

Here is the DANCE!

Yeah, it happened.

Then the next day we gave talks in sacrament meeting on missionary work (claro). I don't think anyone could take us seriously haha. But two members did come up to us after and give us referrals so that was a blessing!

Well I love you all so much thank you for all your support and prayers!

Con Amor,
Hermana San Juan

P.S. Also we went to the Lake yesterday for P-day with the elders, Martinez family, Kevin, and Jassos IT WAS A BLAST. 

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