What's up everyone!
I'll tell you all what's up. Moncagua is awesome! We are echar-ing fuego here! Echar fuego (cast fire) is a phrase we use here, and it means that we are working our butts off. Our area is HUGE! I think I mentioned that last week. But oh my goodness, it's huge! We have been working all over the place this week. Members have taken us to a couple of the cantones where there are less-active members, and also to Chapeltique, which is half an hour away in a car, driving super fast. It's going to be interesting going in bus later this week.
We ended the week with 13 new investigators, and a bunch of lessons with less active members. We're planning to superar that this week. We're shooting for 20 new investigators and a total of 35 lessons with investigators. It's going to take a lot of work to do that, but we're going to do it!
So, my time is up. It goes way too fast. I hope that everyone is doing well, and that you all have an awesome week!
Elder Colton West
El Salvador, San Salvador East Mission
|the motivation wall|
|my desk and the Arizona wall|
|We had a birthday party for one of the zone leaders|
And according to Misión San Salvador Este tradition,
we shoved his face into the cake!