So this week has been good. I’m beginning to settle into Manchester which is actually a small town wherein the ward is named after. Elder Wilson and I are getting along just fine and I’m beginning to enjoy the ward more and more.
There is a lot of work that needs to be done here but everything is going well. I feel that the Lord wants me to work on being positive and having greater faith for the work. I’m definitely being humbled as I work to find those to teach and improve myself. The hardest part about working in the Bremerton zone is that most of the people that are here work for the military. That makes it really hard to catch people at opportune times. But the people we teach here are progressing, just slowly. The Manchester ward is a lot smaller than Shelton so it has taken some getting used to. But things here are still fun.
Nothing really exciting to report. We almost got one of our investigators on date. However, his mother, right before we invited him to be baptized mentioned right out of the blue that he had been baptized twice before and that started another conversation. But, we move forward hopeful, looking toward the future.
Elder Kody Kitchin