Monday, January 2, 2017

Last Week in Venado Tuerto

I can´t believe I forgot to tell you all how awesome my last week in Venado Tuerto was.

Junior- Got his baptismal interview. If nothing bad happened, he will have gotten baptized this last Saturday.

Victoria- Super, super, super, super prepared. She basically already was LDS, even before we started teaching her. Obviously we had to explain some things, but, she was too prepared. She will (hopefully) get baptized this Saturday.

We had a sweet week. We were able to help a couple that didn´t have love each other, to love each other. We read "The Family: a Proclamation to the World" and watched a Mormon message video about an old couple who are sick and continue caring for one another. At the end of the lesson, they were sitting really close and were being really playful, just as a newlywed couple would be. It was awesome to be able to help them.

We had a sweet weekend. We had to stay in the pensh the whole time. We cleaned and studied and all that jazz. Afterwards, we made an AMAZING asado, called "Matambre a la pizza", basically cow abs with cheese and salsa (don´t worry Mom, we bought mozzerella). It was fun. As always, the fireworks were sweet. New Years down here is way bigger than in the US, and the amount of fireworks set off is more than in the US for the 4th of July.

Love you all! Sorry for not sending pics 2 weeks in a row (see email heading for details).

Elder Brown

Ether 12:4
Wherefore, whoso believeth in God might with asuretybhope for a better world, yea, even a place at the right hand of God, which chope cometh of dfaith, maketh an eanchor to the souls of men, which would make them sure and steadfast, always abounding in fgood works, being led to gglorify God.

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