We had a really crazy and exciting week. Probably one of the better ones of my mission. First of all we got a new Spanish Elder. Elder Wilson, He is a cool cat and hopefully he will help us make the necessarily changes that need to be made here. President Wall called me on tuesday and told me that I would be the new District Leader. I'm very humbled, but excited for the new responsibility and learning opportunity. Jake got called to be a Zone Leader! What a stud. We also got two new spanish speaking sisters. These sisters are very sweet and
supportive. I hope I don't let any of the missionaries down. I'm gonna
try my best to help each of them grow into the missionaries that they
can become. But first I need a lot of work ;) We had a cool miracle happen this week. A few weeks ago while trying to contact a less active member that has been nearly impossible to catch at home, we were able to talk to his roommate named Chris. Within in the first few minutes of us talking to him he shared the experience of his Mom's death that happened just a few months ago. Following his mom's death he lost his job and lost his car and has just been in this rut that he just can't seem to find his way out of. Luckily he has a Father in Heaven that knows him and was able to guide us to to go see him this week! We were able to teach him about the Restoration and bear testimony that the Savior lives. The spirit was so strong and I know he could feel it, so we invited him to be baptized and he agreed! We are hoping to set a date with him this week. I'm stoked to see what happens this next month and a half. This area is full of miracles waiting to happen! We were able to go to the Susan G Komen for the cure this past Saturday. It was really fun! I can proudly say that I jogged the entire 5k and finished in 30 minutes! Yes I know that's extremely slow, but its not bad for a fat kid! I'll attach some pictures of all of us at the race. I was proud to be able to represent Aunt Dan and Sister Dupree at the race. They were my motivation to keep going when my mountain dew belly was telling me to stop. It was so cool to see all of the breast cancer survivors their at the race. It made me think of Aunt Dan a lot. I hope to be able to do a lot more of those races when I get home!