The trio is doing great! We can contact a lot more people at one time and multitask! The only awkward part is tracting, we don't want to scare people when they open the door because there are so many of us =P luckily we are not three 6ft tall elders!
The other day we were contacting outside of Walgreens and we talked to a lady who was obviously freezing! I gave her my gloves and we prayed with her. She let us come visit her at her apartment the next day and we found that she was really interested in the Book of Mormon because she didn't like that the Bible had been translated and changed from hand to hand. By serving and loving first, then are people open to hear God's message!
We taught the family from The Congo again this week. We taught the kids an English lesson about colors using M&Ms to help them learn. It was really fun! Then we were able to teach them about the restoration. Once again, service and love first, then people are willing to hear God's message!
We experienced a cool miracle this week with contacting (talking to everyone we see). We talked to a man who turned out to be a less active member of the church who had moved and the ward didn't have his new address so no one could find him. We found him just while contacting in a parking lot and he is ready to come back to church and wants us to teach his fiance!
Texas weather is crazy! Last week it snowed and we were freezing, this week it has been in the 60s a few days and then rain storms a few days and I am sure it will turn cold again soon.
Sister Melina Lillie Jones