Family and Friends,
This week was a lot better than the past one! We were able to get quite a bit done. And also were able to find quite a bit of success. An exciting thing is that we got two investigators to come to church—Alex and Chris. They both enjoyed it and aren't afraid to make comments. Probably half of the comments in our Priesthood hour were made by them!
I'm trying to think what else has happened this week...last p-day we went over to Down East. There we rode bikes on Front Street, Beaufort. We were also able to have our exchanges. I went up to Havelock and had the fun chance to ride bikes in the pouring rain! It was pretty fun, but when we got home we were soaked to the bone. We had to throw all our clothes in the dryer before we could finish planning for the next day.
I have a strong testimony that the Lord gives us tender mercies. When we are feeling down, or when we just need a little boost, He will be there to help us. I've seen many tender mercies through my mission so far, and most of them have come when I most desperately needed them. I have a testimony about our Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. That he suffered for us and took upon Himself our pains and griefs, and that He is never far away. In fact, He's closer than we think. All of have to do is look for Him.
I hope y’all have a great week full of lots of laughter. Sometimes life is hard, but a little laughing and smiling here and there will go a long way! Love y’all much!
Cupcake the Spanish Missionaries were given from a little girl.
Elder Adams at the waterfront.
Morehead City ward members.