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January 28, 2013
Hello,
It's been really cold this past week, between ten and fifteen degrees the whole time. Today it warmed up again, though. Right now it's 45 degrees. We baptized an investigator on Sunday; it was very exciting. The water heater in our building doesn't work, so the water in the font was freezing cold (about 45 degrees, we have a thermometer). Elder Celis and I poured about ten gallons of boiling water into the font in hopes of heating it up a little, but no such luck. In addition to the baptism, we had a lot of success last week. We found several very promising new investigators and taught a lot of lessons. On Saturday, we spent most of the day tracting, and after about three hours of knocking doors without success, we left for an appointment. As we got out of the car, we saw a man standing in a park. When we spoke to him, he told us that he wants to raise his children with a strong relationship to God. We have an appointment to meet with him and his entire family later this week. Afterwards, our appointment fell through, and we were about to leave, when I felt that we should knock on our appointment's neighbour's door. Previously, when we had tracted that building, we had knocked on that door twice, and nobody had answered even though we could hear them inside (that happens a lot). This time, however, when we knocked, the door opened. The woman we met inside has eight children from 17 years to six months and a recently deceased husband. I don't think I've ever met someone like her. Elder Celis and I are doing very well as a companionship, and everything's fine here.
Love,
Elder Bryan Hall
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