This week we had 2 new investigators and and another baptism date! Antonija is in the hospital with her son but we saw her and i almost started crying cause her book of Mormon is all highlighted and she said "i read it when ever he is sleeping!" they are a great family as she has 4 kids which is unheard of here! they feel like family and can tell they will be great members for life! This is whats its all about bringing family's together and making them complete! then once a year they have a night where all the museum are open and free so for aktivnost we went there! and a less active came who has not been to church in 10 year! she is such a sweet girl we have been working with!! then we went to this other less active house for dinner jadranka and i tried the worst thing in my life!!! she said i didn't have to try it but i want to try everything so are u ready... it was raw fish.... soaking in blood and oil... with just cut up.... i tried a small piece just to say i tried this fish and it was so salty.... it was like cave men style!!! it tried SO hard to smile!
well transfers were this week and they forgot to call us but me and sister rankin are staying!!!!! i love her so much!! we have so much good work going for us!!! we are getting a native elder so much language better go up!! well that's all for now! i loved this from Holland! I ask everyone within the sound of my voice to take heart, be filled with faith, and remember the Lord has said He “would fight [our] battles, [our] children’s battles, and [the battles of our] children’s children.” 10 And what do we do to merit such a defense? We are to “search diligently, pray always, and be believing[. Then] all things shall work together for [our] good, if [we] walk uprightly and remember the covenant wherewith [we] have covenanted.” 11 The latter days are not a time to fear and tremble. They are a time to be believing and remember our covenants. "
always have faith eving in the small things!
xoxo sister peterson