E-Mail 7/16/12

Kia Ora, How is everyone doing? Sounds like it's been a busy week. It's been a busy week here as well. Haha, well, as busy as it can really get. We went on a couple trade-offs this week. We went with our Zone Leaders on Wednesday. It was good. We were able to really stretch ourselves. We have been working on listening with love. Love is so important. It's the single greatest commandment. Who would have guessed it would be so influential in bringing people into Jesus Christ's Church? As we listened with love we were able to understand their concerns and help them to overcome them and feel comfortable, even on the street. We also went on trade-off with our district leader on Saturday. It was productive trade-off. We were able to go and see heaps of people and we had a big miracle in the evening. The last person that we talked to on our way to trading back was a guy named T. We invited him to come to church the next day and he accepted. When we went by the next morning and we knocked on the door, he was just putting his shoes on and so he came to church! AT church we got to teach him quite a bit. We taught him the P.O.S., Resto, and the Gospel, and the Word of Wisdom. It was pretty big. We found out that he actually lived in a lot of different foster homes and so he used to go to our church with one of the families he lived with. We invited him to be baptised and he agreed. He is going to be baptised on the 28th of this month. We are so excited because he is very sincere. We also had a fireside last night which was really good. It was one of the missionary firesides for all of the missionaries in Auckland to bring their investigators. I got to see some old companions and some members from my last ward. It was really good. It was a pretty good week. Hopefully we can keep our sets and have a baptism this Saturday for A (M's son). Hope all is well back home though. Tell everyone I say hello. Ofa Atu, Elder Lee

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