Lundi: once p day was over we got to go eat at Jacobs house with his family, they're super cool!
Mardi: we had some reports to do that morning. We got to go visit this member that recently started coming back to church named Ayi, he's from Togo and super cool! Just super humble! It was his birthday so we brought him a cake. He's about 34 and he said that this is the first time he has ever celebrated his birthday. He's just an awesome dude! We had a rendez vous with a guy named Danny. Elder wells found him when we were doing this thing call "solo contacting," where we go to a busy spot, split up, but stay in sight and sound, and talk to a bunch of people. This was our first rendez vous with him and it went super well. He has a lot of potential! He comes from Muslim background but feels like he needs to look for something different. We talked about the Book of Mormon and invited him to start reading it.
Mercredi: we had some more reports to do in the morning again a lot of our rendez vous were cancelled but that worked out okay cuz we had to prepare some stuff for zone conference tomorrow. We bought some food and other supplies and took them to the church. With the time we had left we just went hard, contacting, down by a metro stop named Rogier, there's usually a bunch of people there so we were able to meet lots of people. We found a new ami there named Jeff. He took us to this boat he lives on in a canal and we fixed a return rendez vous
Jeudi: we had zone conference today. The APs came and slept over last night and then this morning we met all the missionaries from our zone and took them up to the church. President and sister babin met us up there and then we had all of the formations. Our formation went aight.
Vendredi: we had another rendez vous with Danny. He's awesome! He's been reading in the Book of Mormon and he already feels like he's receiving confirmations that it's true. Pretty cool. Our rendez vous was short but really good. We had a few other rendez vous that went well and then we got to go down to nivelle to do a baptismal interview. Elder wells did it and it went really well. We came home and met elder Motuik who was in liege but he has a problem with his ankle and need to go home to Abu Dabi to get surgery. President asked us to take him to the airport tomorrow morning.
Samedi: we woke up at like four to catch a taxi to the airport, elder motuiks plane was for 7 but he was supposed to be there two hours early to be sure. We got him through the check in stuff and then sent him off through customs. We took a bus back home and did our studies and then went and played some soccer at the church with the Dutch elders, some young adults, and some Amis. We did our weekly planning after that and while we were in the appt someone rung the doorbell, we went down stairs and there was a seventeen year old girl and her friend asking us about missions and stuff. Turns out she wants to serve a mission. I don't know how she found our appt but that was pretty cool. We invited her to church so she could find out more on what she needs to do to go on a mission. We also got to see this member named Paul, he's from Albania and loves math, it's all he does all
Dimanche: That seventeen year old girl that showed up at our door came to church! At first we felt like she wasn't having the best first experience but by the end she made quite a few friends and loved the young women's class. We also got to teach Donavan, he's been an a I for six years, but we've made a bunch of break through a with his father and will now be able to be baptized! We fixed a date for April 9th. We also got to go to the Kurts house and teach his little sister named Jennifer. She's pretty cool! We had dinner with them as well