It's been another really exciting week! Thanksgiving was a normal day for the most part except we had dinner around 2 pm. We mostly stopped by to see members on thanksgiving and just shared a short message about being thankful and about the temple. We also had our temple trip this week. It was nice to go to the temple and feel the spirit there after talking and teaching about it for the past couple weeks. I'm so grateful that we get to go to the temple once a transfer. I'm really excited to see the inside of the Gilbert temple.
The missionary work in our wards has really picked up this week. We had four lessons with a member present. We have been meeting with one of our investigators since the beginning of October. We have been trying find her a fellowship in the ward, but she always said she was too shy to meet other people. This week she finally took our offer of having a lesson at a member's home. So we had three lessons with her this week at a members homes. She also came to church this week and committed to prepare to be baptized on December 28th. She has come a long way since we met her at the beginning of September. She was telling us about how before we met she was praying to meet good christians to talk to since she was going through a hard time. It was great to hear that we were able to be an answer to her prayers. I remember we met her while we were looking for a referral and I accidentally wrote down the wrong address.
We met with another investigator who we haven't been able to meet with since the beginning of October. The lesson went very well and it's amazing to hear how our Heavenly Father has led them to this point in their life. We also have a few potential investigators that we should be meeting with this next week.
We have another exciting week coming up. We have zone conference and many lessons set up. It's getting close to the end of the year so I'm hoping that we will see ipads coming soon. I try not to get too excited for that.
Thank you for all your prayers and support! I love you all so much!
Elder Joshua Gandy