Hát, simán ment a csere.On Wednesday, I drove to Budapest to drop off dear Elder Cox up to meet up with his parents and I got my new companion, Elder Nabrotzky! He's from Ontario. Which I learned is right on the brim of America's nice hat. That's pretty cool, eh? He comes from a big family. He's the oldest of 6. We've actually only spoken in Hungarian to each other since we met up. We plan to carry out such a thing our entire time we serve with each other! He's super stellar at the language so I'm excited to learn all his secrets. (Our cute faces will be attached below)
This week, while getting ready to go to bed, we hear a bunch of chanting and saw a bunch of torches outside our window. It was a bit alarming at first until we realized it was some sort of strange parade at night... with chanting and torches. It was for the "Opera Festival" ....whatever that is. Interesting nonetheless!
We had some really tender experiences while tracting this week. We had one lady last night who was just dying to hear what we had to say. It was amazing to see such a thing. You could tell that she knew this is what her and her family need right now. I'm stoked to return later this week so we can help the Lord show her what she's been looking for.
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