We had another 'Dank' district meeting on Tuesday. Talked about focusing on what we're here to do and to forget about the things that aren't in our control. We stress too much over the things we have absolutely no control over, it's dumb really, even as people, we do that, but we've just got to focus on what we have and where we want to go.
Another time this week we had a bizarre contacting session, this time involving a drunk man..his first words to us were 'jestem po piwie, ale słucham'..we spoke to him for a while..then alone I spoke to him for longer..and a little longer, until finally I managed to end the conversation. He wasn't super drunk, he asked me some good questions and we managed to teach him things he understood. He took a book and I challenged him to read it and pray. We'll see what happens. Next came a guy, very passionate about his faith in Christ, but convinced that he is already perfected in Christ and saved through his grace alone. I told him many times that he's wrong and that there are still things we have to do in order to receive salvation - and to tell me he's already perfect was something I've never heard before. He also tried to heal a man we were talking to that had a throat problem. Like I said it was a bizarre bit of contacting. I also got targeted by a bird - if you know what I mean - left a nice mark on my shoulder. Haha.
On Saturday we picked up a load of supplies from President Belo's house and took them to the chapel. The supplies included 3 huge packs of toilet roll. I don't know why, but carrying toilet roll around has always made me feel uncomfortable. We all have our trials right? It was embarrassing
English class was good this week. Both times we had people come, not as many but enough to have fun. We had some members there too.
On Sunday 1000's of bikers drove down the main road that the chapel is on. It was during conference but the noise was incredible and I had to check it out. It was a nice sight. We spent a total of 12 hours at the chapel watching conference.
Time well spent!
|Saturday night we had cake at the chapel for Elder Huffman's 20th. We sang happy birthday in 4 languages. Chinese, English, German and Polish.|
|We spent 12 hours at the chapel yesterday watching conference. I'm happy to have spent it in Lublin with these people.|
|6.30am view from our balcony|
|Michael is back in town. He's our Branch Mission Leader. He's from Taiwan. Love the guy already. We have such a laugh together.|
|making pancakes at the chapel.|