Well I think each week is going by faster and faster. We've been trying to get some new investigators because unfortunately, we will have to drop a couple of ours soon. On Friday, we had 3 appointments that we planned that all fell through, so we decided to just OYM (open your mouth) some people at the Hart(kind of apartment like things for people who are having a hard time) and we sat down with this older man Romulo, he is super nice. He wasn't feeling well, so we gave him a blessing, and shared a little about the restoration and told him we would come next week to talk more about it. We also talked with another woman over there and we are going to see her next week as well. It is actually super easy to get inside the door here in Fiji, mainly because its the culture. If they see somebody walking down the road, they invite them to have lunch/dinner/drauni moli/ or to just rest. Every now and then, we will say alright and just sit with them for a minute and share a little bit and ask if we could come back another day, almost always they say yes. But the hard part is knowing if they are actually interested. We just need to help them recognize the things they were taught in our pre earth life and bring them into the light of the gospel.
Au via wasea noqu ivakadinadina, au kila ni dina na lotu oqo. Au vakadinadinatake ni parofita dina o Josefa Smici kei Thomas S. Moson. Au vakadinadinataka e lomani keda kece na Kalou. Koya vinakata keda meda lesu tale vua. Au lomani kemudou kei Jessica tale ga. Au wasea na veika oqo e na yaca i Jisu Karisito, emeni.
Thank you guys for everything you have done for me and allowing me to serve a mission. I will be forever grateful for these experiences.