Cala Cala :)
It will be a new experience to be an STL and honestly I am more than scared but I have hope and faith that God has something well, lots for me to learn and do. I know this is a greater opportunity to serve and forget myself.
This week we had a beautiful woman enter the waters of baptism. Her name is Pascuala. She has always since her husband passed looked for the true church and when she came to church a month ago or so she did not stop coming. She told us starting the lessons that she wanted to get baptized and so we did all we could to help her be ready, little did we know that God has ways that we do not understand. We worried about her ablility to understand or the language barrier for she only speaks Quechua. We did all we could going over the lessons before her interview and prayed that the District Leader would know she is ready to be baptized. When Pascuala, the translator, a very loving member that accompanied us the whole time we taught her, and the DL came out of the interview everyone was crying and our Dl said he had never felt the spirit so strong. God provided a way for eveyone else to know she was ready to be baptzed.
Here are some pictures of the baptism!! & saying goodbye to some of the sweetest families and investigators, tonight we will be visiting a few more!
And tomorrow mornng we go and meet our new companions.