This picture was taken yesterday (Sunday) at our unit. Oh man, my heart is so full. We had 67 people come to our small unit. The spirit was so strong. Last time we held church in our new unit the attendance was 45. My companion and I have been working hard to get people to come to church. A few of the priesthood men have been building a small shelter for us to meet in. The work is moving at a rapid pace in our area. We have 7 souls getting interviewed for baptize this Saturday. With faith in every footstep the work is moving!
We had a baptism on Saturday. This is a picture of Mama Dorkis with her two pikininis and Joyce one small girl. Mama Dorkis had been meeting with the missionaries for years and years. Her heart finally softened and she decided to be baptized. We have no water in my area besides the sol water (ocean), so we baptize there every time.
This picture is in the kitchen...oweii oh man... this was taken on one of the hardest days in my mission this far. If you cant tell I am absolutely SOAKED from the rain and seet seet is on my face. All of my clothes are drenched in this photo because we had just finished our three hour hike in the rain. We got to our last appointment and one mama's hands was burned really bad (she couldnt even lift the pot to cook). I told her that I would cook her and her family their dinner. I tried my best to find a few things around the kitchen and in her garden to put into a soup and it actually turned out pretty well! They call me chief chef Braon now! haha.