So on Sunday, we went with an inactive family to church. We have been visiting and teaching them for the past couple of months, and they finally went to church this past Sunday. It was the first time they had gone to church in the past 7 or 8 years. It was an emotional Sunday, because some of the members saw them walk in and got REALLY excited. Everyone started crying. It was so good! The classes and talks in church were fantastic for that family. During one of the talks in sacrament meeting, one member was talking about his family and how glad he was to see Eric and his family ( the inactives) at church again. He started crying and so did Eric and his wife. The kids (which are old enough to be baptized) talked about how they want to keep coming back. The struggle isn't over, we still have some things to work on, but this is the strongest moment on my mission so far that shows me that I'm doing my job.
We are meeting a lot of new people that are fantastic! Excited, nice, just really great people. We will go back to their houses this week to teach them and continue working with them.
Tonight we are going to teach a guy who teaches karate, judo, and jujitsu. He stopped us in the street because he wants to speak English, and so we are going to teach him about the gospel and English at the same time. Maybe I can learn a few take downs with him too. haha!
Anyways, that's whats happening here,
Love Elder Moss