Our zone right now is the smallest zone I've had on my mission. There's only 14 missionaries. That's smaller than the first district I was in. It's super nice though and the new missionaries that came into our zone are fantastic. They're happy, working hard, and seeing miracles.
It was a good week as far as just being able to go out and work hard. We talked with a lot more people this week than I have in previous weeks. We didn't find as much unfortunately, and our investigators are still falling off the map. We weren't able to meet with Denise this week. She canceled. We had a good lesson with Cheryl and we were able to share the restoration DVD with her. Her daughters sat in on the lesson too! It was so good and after the DVD she told us that she believes it's true, although her concern is still the same. She cannot accept the doctrine of there being just one true church. She still wants to go to her church, but she said that she would come to our meeting someday. She told us she has a lot to pray about and think about. At this point it's all up to her. She knows its true, she's just got to be willing to act on what she knows. We're inviting and following up, but she's still not actively reading or praying about it. Hopefully she'll come around. I've taught a lot of people like this and it is so hard when you know that they know and they still aren't willing to act. We're praying for her though. We did pick up one new investigator this week. Her name is Cheryl too. We taught her the restoration on the doorstep. She goes to Real Life church and loves the bible, but really liked the Restoration and wants to know more. Hopefully things go well with her.
As for the rest of the week, like I said, we were knocking doors! It finally rained on Saturday and Sunday so we got to knock in the rain which was super fun. I love the rain. California weather gets old sometimes. It's always sunny! It was good to change it up a bit. We also met with the Stake President and President Henrie and discussed the work going on in the Santa Clarita Stake. It was funny. President Lindberg turned the time over to President Henrie and he turned the time over to us. It was interesting because President Hall would usually report on the key indicators and what not and ask us questions throughout, but President Henrie just turned the time over to us and we reported everything. It was unexpected, but it was a good meeting nonetheless.
Hopefully this week we'll find some prepared people! Thanks for your prayers! Love ya!