Hey Fam!This week was kinda slow and really rainy, but obviously still good because we're missionaries in the Zimbabwe Harare Mission and that's the best thing that could ever happen to your life. Transfers came and went and after many prayers, Sister Mpiyakhe and I are staying together here in Kwekwe! We saw so many miracles this week and the Lord is really playing a huge part in our work here!
During some of the rain this week, I'm guessing temperatures were around low 70s or high 60s. Well we freaked out because we haven't felt freezing temperatures like that in a very long time so we piled on the tights and the sweaters and the scarves. The next day we were back to mid 90s and were so happy to welcome our usual Zimbabwe back!!! Who knows how in the world I will ever go back to Utah winters..
MIRACLE: We went to see a referral named Felix who is 13 years old with a member named Siyabonga. We walked into his gate and started speaking with him and what not. Well his older brother, Bruce, walked in right after us and said he wanted to join our lesson so we were like okay sweet! Just did a BRT with them both and the spirit was strong and everything was great. Set a return appointment and said the closing prayer. Bruce said, "I didn't need to come back to the house, but something just pushed me to come back. I didn't know what is was before, but now I know it was God. I needed to meet you sisters." MIRACLE. We're seeing Bruce and his wife Tendai later this week and are praying they progress in this gospel. "Behold, I am God, and I am a God of miracles"
my comp being fly as always
last pic with kwekwe district. elder hamblin was transferred to harare. poor thing.
sister mpiyakhe brought me breakfast AGAIN and it wasn't even my birthday!
spent a good couple hours taking out my companions braids and she had the coolest fro afterwards!
I realized I had never sent pics of our mbizo house before. so here you go.
ee that FULL BODY SHOWER? it can turn any bad day around. seriously.
my companion and me sitting on Charlton's front porch, enjoying the end of our p day, enjoying a cool can of coca cola while we wait for isheanesu to show up for his lesson. african standard time is a real thing.