Monday, October 10, 2016

Well, we were honored this week....

It was a super incredible week.  It started out on Monday.  So my very 1st night in Győr, Elder Ure and I went tracting.  The very 1st building I ever tracted we gave out 2 Book of Mormons, one of which was to this super nice Néni (Old lady in Hungarian).  A few weeks ago, we get this phone call from this lady and she said that she did some research on our church and she wanted to learn more (from then on we called her the csoda néni).  So anyway we meet with her this last Monday and it just goes incredible! She believed everything we taught and was super interested!  She is thinking about baptism and we are going to try to get her on a date this week!  We also met with those people we tracted into last week and they are also going to read and think about a baptismal date!  We have worked so hard this transfer just finding people to teach and we really feel like the Lord is really honoring us for our efforts.  I really want to stay in Győr because I really think that the work is starting to pick up but I will go wherever.  We also met with this super cool kid this last week.  He is 11 (Bethy's age) and he is a stud.  He goes to church every week by himself and accepted a date to be baptized on the 22nd.  It is hard thought because he goes to a Catholic school and every Sunday he has to get a piece of paper from the bishop saying that he went to church and his church is at the exact same time as ours.  We are going to see if he can go to a different time because the kid is legit and he and his mom want him to be baptized!  It was absolutely incredible!  The member support is really increasing and we were able to get 6 member presents this last week!!!  God has honored us so much and we will keep working our butts off!

So I got in my 1st bike wreck this last week!  I don't even know what exactly happened but the next thing I knew I was on the ground, haha guess it is ‘cause I am a lineman.  I am ok though so don't worry!  The coolest part was that I lost my nametag and we looked all over could not find it, called the secretaries to order a new one, said a prayer that we would find it, and suddenly it fell out of my shoulder bag (it got lodged in the strap)!  Total miracle!   
We had interviews with the Zone leaders this last week and they went great!  I was with Elder Priest who speaks perfect Hungarian and he told me what a great job we are doing and how proud they are of us (He also said I speak amazing for a 1st transfer which means a lot coming from him).  We also had interviews this week and I was able to do about half of my interview with President in Hungarian.   He is such an incredible man and I really like him a lot!  The gift of tongues is real and I know that if I open up my mouth then the spirit helps me a ton!  

I love you all so much!  Keep being the best family in the world, I love you all so so,so much and pray for you daily. Gentry Elder

Mission Trainer
Zone Leaders

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