Saturday, January 10, 2015

Rule 111: Holidays never end...

January 7, 2015

Well I'm not really sure what to say about this week... It wasn't terribly eventful. However I think there were about 15 different holidays this past week. The bus schedule is different on holidays and we were never sure which schedule to follow because there were so many small holidays. 

It seems like Sorella D'Ambrosio and I are always baking something up, whether it be brownies for our ward pranzo or cookies for members and investigators. They just love American desserts. We have been really working on getting to know the members in this ward. Members really do make all the difference in missionary work. Not even with just referrals but also with any investigators you have found on your own efforts, if members will befriend them, the conversion process is so much easier! 

In Zone Training on Monday we found out that we get to watch Meet the Mormons at the next Zone Training. I'm excited, I've heard a lot of good things about it. 

On Sunday we taught the lesson in Gospel Principles. I really liked the lesson this week. It was simply: God, our Heavenly Father. It was so great to spend 45 minutes with our tiny class and just talk about our Padre Celeste and His love for us. How very true that He loves us so very much! HE LOVES US!  He always will. 

Our district leader said something on Monday that I really liked. He said that if you are ever feeling lost or alone or confused, spend some time talking to the One who knows all things. The One who will always listen. The One who will always respond! You are never alone. All that God does He does that we may return to Him. Every single thing that He does is to help His children. Remember how special you are to Him always. I think one of most said phrases in Italian is Dio ci ama (God loves us!). One of my favorite scriptures lately has been Luke 1:37.

Have a miracle-filled week!

Sorella Dani Hamblin

Zone Training

Just a little shopping at Luis Vuitton & Gucci...

and Burberry and Armani...

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