Hungary Budapest Mission

Hungary Budapest Mission

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

July 22, 2014

Dear Family,

Well this week was pretty intense; we actually had some troubles going from program to program because we had quite a few programs that were super far apart from each other which was very interesting.  One day in particular we went to a program on the outskirt of Budapest then had to book it back to the downtown area for another program with this very interesting new inv. named Julia; We held the program at KFC… super funny, but it went pretty good and we gave her a BOM.

Also TRANSFERS: so the big news… I’m staying! Woot! And my new comp is going to be Elder Meek, whom I don’t know, so I guess we will just wait and see. Elder Redford is going to Kecskemét, and Elder Swenson is also leaving sadly, we for sure had a lot of fun together, especially on p-days.

On Tuesday of last week we had a member of the 70 visit, Elder Leimer. And our investigator Laslo came to it and it was super good, I learned a ton of things and the spirit was just so strong there, it was a super good experience.

We also brought a member with us to go tracting which was not very successful sadly, but it was still pretty fun and a good experience, he talked a lot about how it is so much more effective if the members find people, a lot more effective than just tracting, than he told us that we should just street people, and while we street only street good looking women. lol. But members are a super important tool, I love bringing them to programs because programs are just always better with a member there; and most importantly they can become friends with the Investigators which really gets them involved in the ward and makes it so much easier for investigators to go to church; and the members can help and support them in all things. I believe that is the most important thing, just being a friend and being nice. So simple and yet so effective.

We also looked up this RCLA Margit, because the ward hasn’t seen her for a while, and when we did she let us in and was super nice and cool; she actually has a daughter that lives in Utah and married an American and she just talked about her for days! We just shared a little spiritual thought that went super well.

Also since Redford was leaving, we had this almost going away dinner with this super cool guy from English class who took us to TGI Fridays, we totally forgot to take pictures… sorry, but it was fun.

These were most of the highlights I believe. Other than that, just a pretty normal, average good week.

Hope everybody is doing fantastic and has a wonderfully amazing week full of indescribable adventures!

Sok szeretettel,
Waldvogel Elder

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