Monday, May 19, 2014

May 18, 2014 – Awesome Week! - Week 18 in Kuching

First off, I’m not going anywhere. Transfers just came in and Elder LaFontaine and I are still here in Kota Samarahan.

Kuching for life!

K-Sam (Kota Samarahan) has been getting better and better, this past week was awesome.

We had a lot of very spiritual lessons with some of our less active members. 

We are also trying to get Home Teaching going for the second time since I've been here. It’s a more concerted effort and I think it will work.

Also on Friday President and Sister Mains came and had interviews and inspected the house, all went well.

On Tuesday-Wednesday I went on splits here in K-Sam with Elder Bester, good times, we located where a less active member we had never met lived and also met with Minah and Maju. They are doing good. This week we really need to get a member there with us. Thinking about taking Roosevelt and Lucy of the Beliang clan.

Something I have been working on is letting the spirit guide me. As I have done this, over the last few transfers, I have felt myself grow more spiritually than before and also have become more sensitive to it. An example, on Thursday Elder Lafontaine and I had the opportunity to go on splits with Elder Robinson one of the Assistants to the President (APs). Good times. All of our plans fell through for that afternoon so we were going to just show up to a couple less active member’s houses. Anyway I was leading on my bicycle and felt like we should go talk to Elmie at the store where she works instead of the aforementioned activity. We got there and said hello but she wasn’t sure when her off day was yet so we couldn’t make an appointment. I was then like ugh... Anyway we were thirsty so we went into this ghetto mall to buy some drinks. While we were in there we contacted a lady named Poura who owned a hair salon. Great discussion about families and temples followed. Great potential. After that we went out and as I looked around I felt like we should go knock a few doors down this small cul-de-sac. Door knock number 6 ended in a 45 minute discussion about the restoration and a return appointment this Wednesday.

Cool stuff.


Elder Halpin


Paper airplane built on P-day.

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Looks good though!

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