" Me and my companion have been switching off every other day calling the atheist in our building that left a letter on the door. It was my companions turn and so he called him and he actually answered. We talked to him for about 35 minutes about a lot of issues and problems he has with God. My companion felt impressed to commit him to baptism, but he said, no.
A member gave us this $25 gift card to a French cafe. We went there to do our weekly planning. Pretty much every customer that came in was a woman, cause it is kinda that kinda place. After that we hit our bikes and we went out in the heat and we stopped by so many houses and nothing. We found a Jesus Van and a cool bike trail. We talked to a lot of people. We went to our dinner appointment and found out that the heat index today reached 110 degrees! It was crazy. We were biking from about 12:00 to 9:00 (minus an hour for dinner).
On Friday we had a meeting and I had to give a ten minute talk cause I was talking smack to the zone leaders in a kidding way. I got a call the next day asking me to give a talk. So I gave the talk and killed it....so ya.
We taught Michelle and had a pretty good lesson. She said she would start coming to church. After that we went and did some service for the Snow family and then they took us to dinner at Joe's Crab Shack.
Sadly no one came to church, except for our recent convert kid's cousin. She is not a member and she stayed the whole meeting and even came to Gospel Principles and participated in it. We even got a chance to go by her house later on in the day and we taught her and gave her a Book of Mormon. We also went back to Mary Ann and she is ready to be baptized. Her only hold up is she's waiting for her husband to be interviewed by the Bishop to be worthy enough to baptize her. She fed us brisket, creamed corn and this surprisingly good salad. So we had a bomb end to our day.
|Elder Andrew Saunders on St Andrews street in Kingwood, TX August 2016|
|A sweet Jesus Van! August 2016 in Kingwood, TX|
|San Jacinto River that runs through Kingwood and Humble Texas. Aug 2016|
|San Jacinto River in Kingwood, TX August 2016|