Judy continues to be a breath of fresh air at church, and said in Sunday School that she thanks God for the day He sent us to knock on her door. Heart warming. We had a great lesson with Vanessa where we did an activity with footsteps and lamps in the dark to illustrate how faith is a principle of action. How the Lord sometimes requires us to take a step in the dark, and then afterward that thing becomes illuminated. We're really trying to help her set a date for baptism. Afterward, she said she would think about it. I invited her right there to have us all kneel and she could specifically ask God in prayer, and then we would all sit in silence afterward to listen. It was a good experience. No thunderbolts, but she did feel very peaceful. She's just not identifying that that peace in and of itself is an answer. And we found out through it that she hasn't been praying lately because she doesn't feel worthy because she will lose her temper with her kids. So little by little.
Other than that I just did a ton of biking and walking this week. And it's been the most humid it's been, which means I've sweat more than ever. You all were in my heart, especially Wednesday, and with the time difference I know exactly where I was biking when y'all were in the airport. Kinda cool. So I sent the pics to make up for the lack of email. One of these pictures is with Wendy, a less active. I can't tell you about her now, but we haven't been able to get a hold of her forever, and we were biking over to see her and she was just sitting outside, so we sat on that sidewalk right there and had a lesson. It was awesome, we discovered a lot of things about her that will allow us to help her more. Another pic is with my district. They're the kids I spend pretty much all my days with! I love them all tons. They truly are my family here. That day the elders told us to come to the park because they had a surprise. It was home made baleadas (tortillas and all) that they made. Baleadas are an awesome Honduran food. Then we played ultimate frisbee in the park and Sis Carolan and I taught them all yoga. A good day.
Love you all and hope you have a great week!