Tuesday, September 8, 2015

A Chill Week

Hello!

Guatemalan Sunrise!
So this week was pretty normal. I can't complain. Other than the craziness happening in the government. Yesterday was the presidential elections, but in the last two weeks the current vice president and then the current president were tried and put in jail for extortion and corruption. Cool right? But it was historic because the presidents always just jump the country before they get caught, so everybody was really happy that they managed to catch them for the first time. [I guess this kind of politics the missionaries can't avoid!]

Hermana Castellanos came to church again with her kids, but her husband couldn't because he had to be on duty during the elections. He's an ambulance/firetruck driver. They came on their own account just like last time. They are so awesome. Shenny is getting ready for her baptism, and is pilas as ever, but your prayers for her would be greatly appreciated :). I'm learning a lot of personal lessons too, but they're still in process, so I'll get back to you guys about that later. That's all for now!

Love you guys!

-Elder Jackson


2 comments:

  1. Good to hear your investigators are coming on their own.

    Teri and I are working on one of our Top Job employees. He has had a rough time. He wants his two young teenagers to grow up better than he did. We went to pick him up like last week and he had his kids, so he drove and brought them. He gave Teri his keys as we crossed the parking lot so he couldn't skip out after Sacrament Meeting.

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  2. Good to hear your investigators are coming on their own.

    Teri and I are working on one of our Top Job employees. He has had a rough time. He wants his two young teenagers to grow up better than he did. We went to pick him up like last week and he had his kids, so he drove and brought them. He gave Teri his keys as we crossed the parking lot so he couldn't skip out after Sacrament Meeting.

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