Dear Family and Friends,
To start off. Last P-day we were able to go to Beaufort and see the Mariner Museum there. I also went to the fudge shop where we would go to on family vacation before my mission.
We also, sadly, said goodbye to Elders Nutter, De Spain, and Godfrey from our district. But we also welcomed in Elders De Mie, Ashcroft, and Sister Bettington. Elder Ashcroft is a little bit shorter than me but has longer arms, so our reach is just about the same. We get some good basketball going in the mornings!
Also this week we had lots of success with lessons. This past Sunday we had a combined family home evening with the English and Spanish members. Everyone brought a little bit of food and we all had fun. We also had some papers with translations on them. We had English, Spanish, and Harkanese (Harkers Island dialect).
After our family home evening we were able to have a lesson with two investigators at once. Alex, and Chris. It was really cool because Alex ended up testifying to Chris about the Book of Mormon. Other than that not much is new. We kind of have basic routines that we follow every week so sometimes not a whole lot changes!
I just want to share with y’all that I know Christ Lives. He reigns in the heavens and He is our Lord and Savior. If we just call out for help, He will protect us just like a hen gathering her chicks. His reach is never too far for us. I love you all so much.
Funny no soliciting sign.
The Fudge Factory—where Harrison has eaten his