Another month in the books. This week was great, Elder George and I really get along well and we put up some decent numbers. With my new comp we are moving at a pace that I really enjoy. We had more new investigators last week than anybody else in the mission, with 19. We are both "experienced" so we want to take advantage of every moment and baptize the most people possible.
Wednesday was my birthday, and we celebrated by finding 7 new investigators and eating ice cream that night. Nothing too fancy, tonight I have a belated birthday BBQ with some of the YSA in the ward.
We were able to put a couple of baptismal dates, so we are hoping that this weekend to have a full font. Gabriel and Selene por lo menos, if not more. On Friday we had a zone meeting, where we set the vision for the month and how we are going to fulfill our baptismal goals. It was a lot about working effectively, taking advantage of every moment. If an investigator isn't progressing, we gotta drop 'em (as harsh as it sounds). The Lord is hastening his work, and we have to hasten our pace to keep up.
Hey, btw, my last area Marcos Juarez was part of the District Belleville Argentina. It just got announced that in a month, they will make it the Argentina Bellville Stake! Crazy that I was a part of that for 4 months!
General Conference was fantastic, for the first time I was able to watch all 5 sessions in English, which was sweet. I particularly enjoyed Elder Holland's talk, and the many, many talks on the importance of family and making temple attendance a priority and a habit. Something I definitely have a goal of doing when I get back home.
Hope everybody is doing well, and some final words from the prophet this weekend, Choose the Hard Right, and not the Easy Wrong. The decisions we make on a daily basis have an eternal impact.
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