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Bueno muchachos y muchachas, allí está su mensaje semanal
Esta semana, fuimos a perito moreno, un pueblo chiquito que está muy lejos de truncado en el campo. This week we had some good days of work, somewhat of a vacation, and ended with a fun pday with the zone yesterday. Also I ate lamb intestine which tasted good but looked horrible like the worst thing you´ve ever seen.
Had a really good lesson with our number one investigators, really hoping to get them to church this next Sunday. Talked about a lot of stuff. It is nice when someone is interested and feels the spirit because we really don´t have to prepare anything! They just ask question after question and the spirit (and the gift of tongues) does all the teaching! Lessons with them get me super pumped and strengthen my testimony a lot. We had lamb with them and that was when I got some good pieces of intestine. Imagine like a mushroom but inside its like shrimp or tuna and it tastes like bloody beef. Not bad but looks a lot worse I don´t think I wanna describe that.
We went to a little town called Perito Moreno for two days. Had some good times because we bought some cool stuff and met some really neat members. The Elders in our district are working on getting things ready to open it as an area, and so we had to go and do some of the first baptism interviews because my companion is the district leader. Really neat to see the gospel being spread to every little city in the world. It was much closer to the mountains and we could see the Andes, my first time. A lot cooler and a lot more trees!
Yesterday we had a fun day in Caleta just chilling with the zone. Ate some burgers and I made a fire behind the church. Played some soccer and all that. Then we went down to the beach and saw like these seal things. Super awesome. Definitely got sunburned but that´s ok!
Basically it for this week. I am so grateful for this opportunity to represent my Savior. I know without a doubt this is His church. The blessings of living the gospel never cease to amaze me and I have seen the power of the Atonement change people´s lives. I love the gospel and I love being a missionary.
Jake Is currently serving in the Argentina, Comodoro Rivadavia Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints. He reported to the MTC August 3, 2016. This blog is for family and friends.