In the Name of Love

Normally this would be the time of year that I would listen to a lot
of U2 “in the name of love,” but this year Martin Luther King Jr. Day
was spent proselyting. We didn’t get a whole lot of answers this time
round, but we had a couple of good lessons that were already scheduled
down. One mark of a promising investigator is the asking of questions,
and we got a lot of them. Sometimes those we teach have a lot of
challenges, and a lot of vices, but it’s exciting to see the gospel at
work in their lives, helping them change for the better.

We had a baptism last Saturday, which was awesome. The more I study
about baptism, the more it makes sense, and the more I see the reason
why we’re out here doing this work. It’s really gratifying to see
someone make the commitment that will bring them closer to their Heavenly Father.Ethan and comp baptism

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