17 December 2013

Kamusta Pamilya,

May koriente na kami! Pero minsan lang! We now have power!  but it is way better to have some power some days rather having completely none. It is now easier to charge our phones when we need to and can listen to some music again which is nice. There still is no guarantee that we always have power which is why I wasn’t able to email yesterday.

Sad to say I never found my wallet but it is all working out ok. I am not exactly sure how it happened but that day we were out in the market around lots of people so it must’ve happened then, but i’m not sure. 

On Christmas I will have another two baptisms! They are two kids of the Delacruz family. We were able to start teaching them because of the great blessing of Typhoon Yolanda. The mother is a less-active member but is coming back to church again and is bringing her kids with her. Her husband still isn’t a member nor does he want to hear our lessons yet but he is finally allowing the kids to be baptized.
Edalin is amazing, when we followed up with her prayer about Joseph Smith she shared with us that when she prayed she basically had a vision and saw, to an extent, the first vision… of Joseph Smith seeing Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ.
We are teaching another family and four kids will be baptized in January. The parents are both members but were less active and haven’t come to church in over ten years so they now have 4 kids that are now of age to be baptized. We have been teaching them and they are great, I love teaching kids and so far that is where all my success has come from.. baptizing kids from part-member/ less-active families.

I can’t stress how important it is for members of the church to continue to reach out to others, especially to those who have strayed away from the church for one reason or another. It is part of our calling to perfect the saints, help carry their burdens and support them in their trials. We are also called to preach the gospel. Continue to be missionaries at home and help in any way you can. Even the little things make such a big difference.

Love you all

Sister Jensen


About rachelejensen

Missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

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