Monday, February 9, 2015


Hey! I hope everyone is doing great! I have had a really good week!

Well Arturo did get baptized, and it was a very good baptism! A lot of people ended up going, and it was cool to see the branch supporting him. His son Alex came a little late, but he did come to the baptism. He thought it was cool, and we have been teaching him a lot the last couple of days. We bought some chocolate cake for the baptism, and it ended up being a great night.

Other news, Mario and Maria were out of town again, and not able to go. They were supposed to be baptized this week, but we will now have to push it back. Hopefully they will go this week and can be baptized the following week. We were not able to teach them much this week because they have been super busy. Hopefully this week will be better.

Vinicio ended up going to church and he likes it a lot. He told us after, that he will be coming every Sunday, so that was some good news. He will be baptized next week as well if he gets to church this Sunday. He said he would be coming, and hopefully we can get his family to the church with him this Sunday
Alba had been busy this week too, so we did not visit her that much. Hopefully this week will be a lot better and we will be able to get her and her daughter to church again.
We also have been visiting the less active family. They were already to go to church yesterday, but the member did not show up, to pick them up. We are teaching their son, Jose and he has a baptismal date as well, but he did not go to church, so we will see what happens with them. 
We also have a lot of other people we are teaching, but did not go to church this Sunday.
On Saturday we had a little training, with President Torres. It was a nice training, and we learned a lot. On Saturday was the district Priesthood conference, so he was already in town, and we had our meeting. 
Well not a lot more to really talk about. I hope you guys all have a great week!

Elder Sorensen

***The address for letters and packages has changed- I updated it over to the right- the  change is in red**

I am so grateful to the sweet sister that cooks for my missionary!

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