Sunday, March 19, 2017

Week 84 - Perth, Western Australia - March 20, 2017 - Ready to Harvest


This week flew by! This last Tuesday, President Fife asked us to go to a zone meeting down in Bunbury which is a 3 hour drive south. So we went down there and spent a good portion of the day with that Zone. It was pretty awesome because that's the only Zone I had never been to. So now i can claim the full AMP experience...

This week was filled with success. We started teaching a part member family from Columbia. The husband is a non-member so we have helped him to develop a desire and they came to church this last week. 

A is doing awesome...That guy is straight up converted! He knows the church is true and he is down to 1/2 cigarette a day! We are doing everything we can to help him but the decision is his to make....If he can quit smoking he will for sure be baptized in 2 weeks...

We were tracting a large apartment complex and we knocked on one door. A man responded that he was busy, so we continued to the next door where we had about a 20 minute discussion about the Plan of Salvation...The woman was not too interested, and was leaving for Brazil a week later so we left her with a pamphlet and started walking to the next door when we heard a voice call "Wait, come back!" It was the man who said he was busy...He told us that he listened to our entire conversation with his neighbor and that he felt something stir within him...He essentially told us that when we speak we speak with power and authority and not as the Scribes and the Pharisees. He felt the power of the message...He came to church yesterday...loved it and wants to continue coming...We have an appointment with him on Thurs:) There would be no point bothering in this work if it weren't for the Spirit...We either do it His way or not at all:)

The family from Ghana that moved into the ward is doing well. We put one of the sons on date...working with their parents is going to be key...

Without my friends and family, this life would be nothing to me. There would be no desire to grow and progress. I love all of you for supporting me and praying for me:) 


The family from Ghana.

Elder Cordner's investigator - A
A Windy Day.

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