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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Week 29: Posadas

The stake conference we had this past weekend was kinda of focused on hastening the work, President La Pierre and his wife spoke and it was pretty good. We also had a S eventy come to our mission to talk with us and that was also super cool. I learned a lot, its pretty crazy how much they know and how much spiritual capacity they have. But that is awesome Fransisco is leaving for a mission, and that there are some other people in the stake going.  I think by the end of the month the Posadas Stake will have had like 25 baptisms this year so far, maybe more, im not really sure because there are more than one zone here, but our zone has baptized i think 14 since january first. But its a lot less than they expect.. so i think we have a lot of work to do. There is a lot of member support in the food and washing clothes and helping the recent converts get invovled in the ward but not so much finding people to become recent converts..... but its all good hopefully it will improve, and hopefully we will hear even more about hastening the work in general conference haha.  And yeah we have explored every part of our area, obviously not talked to everyone by a longshot but we do see a lot of the people that we taught in the past.  And the work here is going pretty well, there are transfers next week and im prettty sure my companion is going to leave.  But we get along really well. We are teaching a couple of cool people, one that might make it and get baptized in between sessions of general conference which would be really cool, but we shall see. Thanks for the update and hopefully everything is well back home!!!!! love and miss everyone,

ben
Ben was happy to see the air conditioner.

Some of the ward members, and some missionaries.




Missionaries in and around Posadas.


Four missionaries and four new young men that received the priesthood at Stake Conference.  (and the Stake President?)

A member of the Quorum of the 70.

Hopefully he is sharing these tacos.


Now that is a dirt road!

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