He was telling a story about a family who had been struck with an accident in Guam recently. He
Other cool things from this week: recently we met an older man who knew the Mormon Church clear back like 50 years ago when he was a student and he had actually attended church and really liked it. And for a about 13 years he has been living literally almost right next door to our church, but has had a hard time building up the courage to come in. Sure enough, after 13 years he took the chance and he has total interest. The coolest thing is he is Japanese!!! He is literally the second Japanese person I have met on my mission.
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Yesterday we met with one of our investigators after church who had come for the first time last week, and we had a great discussion with him. During our conversation, he said some of the dopest things I have ever heard out of an investigator's mouth. While reading a part in one of the pamphlets that literally is just talking about Jesus Christ's church, the word baptism comes out kind of softly, and he looks up at us and says, "By the way, I am still good for baptism next month right?" In our first real lesson. Uh yeah sure! Then later we were talking about the Spirit World and where he thought we would go after we died. He thought for a second and then replied, "I think it would be a pretty good idea to go and find all of the old prophets like Joseph Smith, and then with them go and find God so we could be with Him." Heck yeah! He is so sick!
Anyways, things are doing well here in Seoul Korea. I love this place and I absolutely love the people. Wish I could be here forever.
I love you all as well! Of course.