It is -17 degrees in Springfield and it is 88 degrees here in Santiago. People the cold is a blessing don´t complain.
I started my week doing divisiones with an Elder named Elder Covarrubias. I´m pretty sure I´ve talked about him before in my emails. The guy is a role model to me. He is in the second change of his training, so he has around 2 months in the mission, but he is an insane teacher and very, very focused in the missionary purpose of inviting people to come unto Christ. I don´t really have much more to say about him. He is a really great guy.
This week we killed a lot of investigators. For those of you that don´t speak mission language, that means we stopped visiting them. I am trying to have more faith when it comes to leaving people. Sometimes it is frustrating because you try different ways to help them with their doubts, or you visit them with members and no matter what you do they don´t keep their commitments. Sometimes I think it is my fault that they aren´t progressing because I don´t speak enough Spanish, or because I didn´t know enough scriptures or because I didn´t teach them a certian doctrine, but sadly, some people just aren´t ready to accept the gospel.
The good thing is we have been finding more and more people every single week which keeps my spirits up. We are doing lots of filtering. The members have been giving us references, we have been going through the list of less active members, and we always seem to have an investigator show up at church that we don´t know. God is helping us a lot.
I really don´t have much to say. We are just holding in there, looking, doing our studies and trying to be as obedient as possible. Heavenly Father will bless us as we keep going.
LES AMO UN MONTON Y NUNCA SE OLVIDE QUE COLO COLO LA LLEVA. CONFIEN EN EL PULENTO Y EL LES BENDECIRÁ