Overall, this week has been pretty same ol' same ol', nothing too exciting. We did decide to stop meeting with Tamás and his family. He was not progressing very well, and he just wasnt understanding things very well. Hopefully missionaries in the future will be able to help him. Because of that, we have only one person preparing for a baptismal date. Hopefully, though, more people will start to see the importance of this simple yet powerful act, and how much God wants all His children to return to Him!
Well, interesting story for the week, I guess some food for thought. :) I had a dream the other night. That sentence in and of itself is kinda weird because I very rarely have dreams. When I woke up, though, i basically forgot everything hahaha. the only thing I remembered was the last scene of the dream. I was in a blank room, where there is nothing. The only thing is this table like thing, set up just like a cash register at the store, as if I had just been shopping. When I looked down, though, there was nothing on the table. But there was some...lady? (I think, could have been a man, but I have a feeling it was a woman) who had a computer she was looking at, just like the cashier at Frys would have. Then she turned to me and said "Minden rendben lesz." Which basically means "everything is going to be okay." I am not sure why I had the dream, and I am pretty sure that was my first dream with a full Hungarian sentence in it (which is super exciting!!!! hahah), but I though I would share it. And that it is true, everything IS going to be okay. Because Jesus Christ came to the earth and died for us, we can all experience the incredible peace and joy of knowing that everything will be okay. :) Minden rendben lesz!
Well, hope you have a great week! Love you all!
Part of the same view from before, just the tree now!
Now the other side of the apartment! That was the "back yard", this is the "front", looking out onto the street! more snow!!! haha.
yes i know it is like nothing, but hey! This is snow! Like the white stuff that falls from the sky! and new for me. :) haha.
Two of my favorite Szegedi people! Pál, on the right, is an RCLA who got baptized a few months ago, but is going through some struggles right now. He is such a sweet kid, and I love hangin out with him. :) And Ati on the left, who is like the absolute coolest kid ever! He is an investigator who is really wanting to get baptized, but is having a hard time with the law of chastity. This picture is actually right after my companions and I gave him a blessing of comfort. He is having kind of a hard time right now, especially with his mom, who just found out has 3 tumors in her digestive tract. :/ but he is still going strong, and loves hanging out with us, even going streeting with us! Love this kid to death!!
My other awesome companion, on the phone at home. Love that kid. :) He is a super awesome missionary, but is going home in a week and a half!
this is our district at the moment, with (left to right) : Elder Nabrotzky, from Canada, Elder Miller, the zone leaders. then Elder Hansen, me, Elder Cutler, from Idaho. and the sisters, Sister Kovács, from Kecskemét who was actually there when I was a greenie! So we have a little bit of history ;) haha, and Sister Burdick from Massachusetts. And there we are. :)
one of my awesome companions, Elder Cutler. Right in front of the Szegedi Egyetem, or University of Szeged. Really pretty place, and pretty....? face. haha. :) love that kid!
Christmas time! This is in the belváros. This is a rénszarvas, and a very pretty one. :)
more christmas time! Gotta love the pretty lights. :)
And more Szeged Christmas! Pretty tree right in the middle of the city!
This is the fogadalmi templom, on Dóm tér, one of the moist beautiful places in Szeged. This is a really bad picture, but it is seriously gorgeous there!!