This week was a slow but quick week for us. We taught Morris about the Family Proclamation and he absolutely loved it! He took in every word and we discussed it in intimate detail. He said it was the best leaflet he had read in a long time! But still no church beans to his name. We weren't able to see Bazil, or Yolanda, but we contacted her brother Malcolm, who almost joined the Church two years ago, but didn't because of the ''man-made'' rules; basically, the Word of Wisdom. We hope to work with him and his 18 year old son Collin some more in the upcoming weeks. The Jacobs (our lovely Enniscrone couple) are inviting us and Elder Jackson to visit them again. We hope to teach them more, and help them to start learning the gospel. Today, we had a branch activity where we had food at the church and then we went to the beach. It was a blast! At first, I thought it was only going to be us, the Branch President, the Tiernans, and the Ducusins, but then Michel showed up with 3 Venezuelans and a Zimbabwean who looked Indian. It was such a great night! Then Sister Tiernan taught us and two more of Michel's friends some line dancing and then an Irish jig. Sister Holmes, bless her heart, stopped the dancing because she was afraid that missionaries couldn't hold members hand... but don't worry, no white handbook violations occured. Me and Elder Jackson simply danced as a two instead. Then we went to the beach in Strandhill, and had a grand time. I'm looking forward to working more with the Globehouse members, or rather, prisoners, in the future, especially the Venezuelans and the Africans! :)
Well, that's pretty much all this week! I'm exhausted again, but the work is still moving forward at His rate. I hope all of you experience or are experiencing the joys of missionary work. There are none greater. I love you all, and thank you for your support and letter I received this week! I truly appreciate it! :)
Elder Devin Jay Hunter
P.S. Kirk out!
P.P.S. Just for fun's sake.