This past week was good. We were able to visit many members as we always do. We had the opportunity to teach one of our investigators in McDonalds. Despite the distractions, we were able to feel the spirit. We have been taking a young man from the branch, our 17 year old member, with us to appointments now so that we can have him fellowship with the members and investigators we have. Friday night we had exchanges and I went with the new Missionary transferred from English to Asl, Elder Olseon. He's pretty cool and is willing to learn the language. So Saturday we gave other missionaries the keys to the baptism room because we forgot to after our baptism last week. When we arrived a member saw us and was confused why we were there. We explained we were asl and that just triggered the chatterbox. For two and a half hours we stood there while he talked about his experiences serving in the Branch a few years ago as well as his many Mission experiences. Finally we got out and went to support one of Elder Oleson's previous investigator's baptism. After that we went and saw a member, contacted a referral and visited a less active. Then we made pizza at the apartment and exchanges ended.
We have new callings in our Branch. A new Relief Society Presidency as well as an Elder quorum president. These callings will help the Branch grow with home and visiting teaching assignments and more!
Anyway that's all the news for Today.
Thanks for the prayers and hope everyone has a wonderful week!