Hey Mom and Dad,
Wow, so what a wonderful week it has been! Proselyting back in the old ward area is just so great! Elder Madsen and I have been having a heap of fun, teaching, finding and learning some of the new areas in the ward. We get along really really well!
So we have started teaching this guy named Joel, who has traveled to Ghana from Nigeria and came to church as his brother was a member. All I can say is wow, this guy has been prepared by the Lord! I feel like I write this almost every other week, but we have been just coming across so many people who have just been prepared and are waiting to hear the Gospel. He told us how he felt the first time he was at the chapel during Sacrament, and said that he knew it was the Lord's church once again on the earth, after we had finished teaching him the message of the Restoration. Just an over all A1 kind of guy! He's preparing to be baptized on the 26th of March!
Found out some pretty exciting news during the week too. Elder Rasband from the quorum of the 12 is coming to talk to all the missionaries in Accra. So that is going to be really really good I think! That will be happening next week Monday. So our P-day next week will be on a Tuesday! Keen to see how that all goes!
This week though, we really have just been doing ALOT of finding and contacting! It has been fun, and pretty tiring! We done quite alot of walking to see the new area, but looked for every opportunity to serve those around us. That always makes them smile and open up! It also makes you feel awesome since it is really our Father in Heaven you are serving! Being a missionary is so great!
This Saturday one of Winborg and I's investigator Kinglsey got baptised which was so so awesome! He was so stoked that day aswell! BEcause of the transfer, I didnt get to teach him his last week, but the 4 weeks while I was in ward 3, he was one of our greatest guys to teach! So humble, and willing to change his will to the will of Gods!
Elder Madsen and I also has a baptism on Sunday for one of the boys in the ward I was teaching in ward before the ward split. The sisters never got around to teaching him, so we finished teaching him, and he was so ready!
Nungua has been great though. Alot of members are calling me the King or Chief of Nungua since I've been here so long haha. It's good to be back though! We have already been invited for FM's during the week by so many members this past Sunday, so it will be good to catch up with them all! Our members are just so loving, and love taking us missionaries into their homes!
We have been working alot with our new ward mission leader too. This guy Bro. Eric has only been a member for a year and a half but he is so determined and willing to do missionary work! Such a wonderful guy with a burning desire to magnify his calling! We went out teaching with him on Saturday, and it has been awesome teaching with him!
That's kind of it for this week though Mom and Dad! I'm really looking forward to seeing what this upcoming week brings! I hope you are all well! Elder Madsen and I are doing good, no sickness either lol! I hope you's have a wondeful week! Love you's! Till next week! x
So here are some pics from the week with the baptism with Kinglsey and Jnr (Naomis Son) and Kelvin and his Sis Atoinette with Madsen and I.
What I eat every morning if its not eggs. Coco and Akala! Its like a ginger porridge and fried beans thingo...Its nice!!!