I have to be the most blessed person in the world to be here right now. Yesterday I was able to see my first baptism. Sergio and his two children, Aylén and Gabriel. Esteban is seven and will join them next year!I just feel so grateful. The truth is that I had the privilege of teaching them their lessons... other Hermanas (who are so awesome) found them in the beginning and were later transfered. I am just so grateful to know this family and see their progression-- they are such an example to me.
wants others to feel the same happiness. When he bore his testimony, he spoke of the darkness and despair and hopelessness that he once had. His children were all that kept him going in the morning and at night. He was yearning for the truth and guidance and help. That was when he found the missionaries.We had some adventures before the baptism! Cleaning out the font (in our skirts), trying to clean up all of the water that flooded the President´s office and the primary room, and working on rounding up people to attend the service. The font is in a garage that is connected to our little chapel... so that will explain why the pictures look like we are in an auto shop. But the truth is, it felt totally normal to me!! I am only just now realizing that is weird.
Love you all! Keep on.
|Baptism Day! (notice font in the background)|
|Excited for upcoming baptism|