So this was Sunday lunch. Gotta love Honduras though.
This week was pretty great. We challenged the Acosta Family to baptism and they accepted! Woo! They are so amazing. Vanessa and Cesar have changed so much in these past weeks that we've been teaching them. Especially after the Temple Activity. When we were showing them their teaching record and making a plan for what lessons they still needed and what lessons they have, Cesar asked us what an investigator means because he didn't feel like he was investigating anything and said the title made him feel like a police officer investigating the scene of the crime. Then he said "And once we're baptized we become recent converts right?" They are so excited, its so awesome.
We also found a part member family this week. Hooray for family finding. The wife (Veronica) is a less active and her husband Leandro isnt a member... YET. (well theyre not married, so I guess they're not husband and wife, but you get it.) One of my first weeks in the area we went to visit Veronica's family and the police and military where violently taking Leandro to jail. They came to the activity we had in the temple and I kind of recognized him, but couldn't remember why when my companion reminded me. When we went to visit them yesterday, I honestly didn't have high hopes, but turns out he hasnt been drinking or using drugs for two weeks. We challenged him to baptism and he also accepted. Sometimes the Lord reminds us that we need to have a little bit more faith. So amazing and I was so humbled to see the change in him.
Life is good. Transfers are on Wednesday... again. SO CRAZY. Time warp. I'm thinkin I'm staying here in Tiloarque and Hermana Mendez is leaving. But, we wont know until tomorrow, and YOU won't know until next week.
Love you all. Too much.