We Found 5 Investigators this week :) (Japan Week 37)

January 25, 2015

This week has been AMAZING!



We have seen so many miracles this week.

To start off we found 5 investigators this week! We found two through OYM(street contacting) and three were former investigators. It was amazing to see how Heavenly Father guided us to all of these people.

We had stopped meeting with one of the former investigators about a month ago because she got really busy and didn’t have time. We had only met once before but when we met, she has been very conservative and didn’t ask many questions. This time though, when we taught the Plan of Salvation she asked questions about how to apply it to her. She asked us that if this was true, what do you do after you enter the church. Another cool part was that during the lesson, we could have flowed easily into inviting her to be baptized but I had a feeling that we should invite her in the next lesson. After the lesson I found out that sister Nakamura had the same feeling. It was really cool to see that that feeling really was from Heavenly Father. This investigator is going to come to church with us and then to a baptismal service that is after church. She is totally fine with going to church from 10am-2:30pm! It was really a spiritually guided lesson.

This week was also Sister Nakamura’s Birthday! We got a card for her and had everyone sign it. Sister Johnson and sister Takahashi were also here because we were doing a companion exchange. The Elders were super nice and bought a cake for her! To pay them back, we heart attacked them haha

We have been able to make so many appointments with members and investigators that we are going to be really busy this week!

Love you all!

Love, sister Thompson

Notes From Aubree:

I got new tires, they work really good 🙂 the tires I got make it easier to pedal, so I go really fast now haha.

I like the raw shrimp and tenpura shirmp sushi. I don’t really like the eel.









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