We were able to invite basically all of Tierra Amarilla to Copiapò to watch our Prophets and Apostles speak. We had 1 investigator who came. Jenny Smith who has a date for the 26th came. I hope she liked it. She is very shy with her feelings. We`ll get it out of her We have a Family Night with her and some members tonight. She is our only investigator who is progressing. We are doing lots of finding finding finding. Lots of street contacts and working through members. Alleen and Ximena also were able to come and they loved it as well. They are recent converts and I am so happy to see their progress. I love our prophet.
This week has been filled with some Bakàn earthquakes here in the North of Chile. The Missionaries in the North are okay. We have the Lord on our side. On Thursday there was a small earthquake in Tierra Amarilla. It felt really cool but gave me scared. All is well don`t worry. Rumors of some bigger ones on their way for Tierra Amarilla. On Tuesday the lights went out in all of Tierra Amarilla. It was awesome having an awesome Family Night under the Candle Light. Gotta love the Mission experiences. In our last District Meeting I had the Elders bring their journals... Missionaries are lazy and we never write in our journals so we did that for a while to catch up on our lives.... We`ll be thankful one day for our journals.
Cambios were this week All 4 of us are staying here in Tierra Amarilla, I`ll be finishing the training of my kid. I'm excited. He`s a good kid. My MTC companion Elder Butler is coming down to Copiapò. I'm excited to see him again. Our mission is a lot different than others because we are soooo spread out. #NortherChileProbs I had a great intercambio this week with Elder Hotvedt, The other Elder in Tierra Amarilla He is such a good Elder I love learning from others.
All is good here in Tierra Amarilla. The weather is starting to cool down, jacket weather. Our Mamita still cooks amazing food. I'm still super skinny. Shout out to my friends, Braxton Ipson got called to Columbia, Chance Aplanalp going to The Dominican Republic, and Gavin Smith going to Tia Juana. GO SPANISH SPEAKEN!!!! Crazy that the Sophomores when I was a Senior are headed out in a few months for their missions. Such great guys. I'm lucky to have friends like that. Love you all.