Monday, February 2, 2015

Alles Geht Zur Zeit Gut!‏

"Everything is going good"


Man, sorry that this one will be a little shorter.. I don’t have that much time and I was writing this girl who finishes up her mission in Chile this up and coming week, haha.

I love you guys a ton. Thank you all so much for all of the great e-mails this week. It has been such a blessing to get on every week of my mission and see that you guys have written to me.

So this week was another amazing one. We saw a ton of success and we found 5 new Investigators again! The work cannot be stopped! So miracle of the week:

Elder Kenley and I were in the Church about 2 hours after the meetings, just making some English class Flyers. Then all of a sudden we hear a voice in the hall. It was the voice of a Herr Mario. He and his kids are new to the area and so they decided to come and visit the church. To really understand why this is so cool, you gotta know that our church is located in a rented out office space and that it is up a floor. So its really not just a big church building. So yeah, Long story short. We met with Mario and talked for 20 min and then made out a new termin! Super stoked!

Life is great and the work is going awesome!  I gotta get headin. But  I love you all so much!

Bis Nächste woche !


Elder Anderson

PS you will get pics next week!

Elder Nik didn't send pictures this week.  Probably because he took the time to write an extra meaningful email to his particular friend in Chile. BUT  I was able to snag this one off of Facebook today.  I just had to blur out a little bit of the graffiti on the wall.  Some words spray painted on walls just don't make the editorial cut for the blog.  Just sayin'.  The caption is what the mom posted with the picture.

Our son sent this picture today with this caption "So every Saturday we play soccer with a bunch of non members! This week we decided to invite two other sets of Elders (one from Jenna -Anderson and Kenley- and the other from Weimar-Robinett and Norda-) little did we know that Germans don't like to play in the snow... But we are American and do crazy fun things, so we played anyway and had a blast!" - Elder Bezzant

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