Anyway, one of our investigators, Fabrice, was interviewed for baptism this week. When he learned that he had passed, he was asked who he wanted to baptize him. His response: Elder Pinson. His explanation for choosing me to baptism was basically this: "I want to start a new life and Elder Pinson is new here." So I will be baptizing him on Saturday. We also met a Rastafarian, who had talked to missionaries before. We invited him to church on Sunday and he actually showed up. We are going to teach him again this week.
This week was a bit strange because there was nothing to alter the missionary work. Nothing necessarily eventful occurred. No problems. There was a Pentecost holiday celebrated this past week. Question. Is that celebrated in America? I have never heard of celebrating the Pentacost. Anyway, we went with some of the people in one of the branches here to have a picnic at the beach and played soccer. I found a scripture that I really liked this week, but I forgot to mark it. It teaches that part of life is working until we are made perfect. I have seen that that in many, in my life here as a missionary and as a child of God.
Take Care Everyone and Have a Great Week!