What a crazy week we had this week. On Monday when we went to see our investigator to prepare him for his baptism , he told us that he didn't want us to visit him anymore because catolico is the original tradition and he can't be baptized again. So... That was a super start to the week. Then Jackeline, the sweet 16 year old who had been making great progress told us that she can't be baptized either because she was already baptized. Then we had a lesson with her SUPER catolico mom and we're pretty certain we know where those feelings came from.
I'm not going to lie, I was feeling pretty discouraged at the point. By when all of our appointments weren't at home, and we couldn't find any else I was about ready to suggest that we go home for a siesta. But after that, and for the rest of the week we found a lot of people who were very receptive. Two people even came up to us and asked us to visit them. How crazy? We still haven't seen a lot of progress with any of them but it just reminded me why we're here.
we came to church and none of our investigators came. (Which was not as surprising as it should have been. The streets are basically empty until 11 here and church is at 9) But one of the less active families we have been teaching was there (for the second week in a row) and their son, who is 10, told us that he wants to be baptized , so we're going to have a baptism! We're really excited.
Well I'm all out of time but I love you guys. Thank you for all your prayers and support!