On Friday we talked with the Bishop a bit about the problems that the members have with him, and he was really humble about it and explained lots of things that are going to help the ward a LOT. We are planning to have a missionary activity this week. We´re going to watch the movie of the Restoration, and we feel believe it will help our investigators take the step of baptism! We have been finding people a lot, but they are all either Catholic or Evangelistas, and so they have issues changing.
One young man named Lucas stopped us on the street (which never happens) and told us he has guilt that we wants to get rid of and that he wants to change his life! It was awesome. We haven´t been able to contact him after because he wasn´t home in the last couple of days, but we´re looking forward to when we find him again! Elder Jimenez and I have been having a tough couple of days since he found out he might go, and we´ve been a lot more charitable because we don´t want him to leave haha.
The last few days were also hard because we went to visit a family and it was bad. They have been inactive for years, and because the brother got a new job, they´re going to be able to start attending Sacrament Meeting. But we went to visit and teach them and and saw them drinking. They hid the beer and thought we didn´t see, and then went on to talk about how we all need to keep our covenants... It was pretty hard to listen to that. We have some work to do, haha. We´ve been working with the ward leaders a lot to try to get the attendance up, and we got some help yesterday in the area conference for South America South. We heard from Elder Cook and Elder Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve, and it was awesome! We took some serious notes :) It´s awful to hear that about Josh! Please let me know how he´s doing, and we´ll keep him in our prayers!! I love you guys, Adios!