MY LOVES!!!How are you all???
So the goal of our mission is to become a bilingual mission. So the spanish speakers are learning english while the english speakers learn spanish. In our district we are having prayers in english every week. So i think my district leader (trying to be nice) asked me to pray in english. It was the hardest thing of my life! I could not do it. I struggled and struggled. I guess that is what happens when you only speak in spanish for a month! After 18 months i think i will have forgotten english....
Ecuador is seriously one of the most beautiful places on planet earth! I love it here. Even though i am in a more difficult area, the Lord is always with me! I feel him giving me strength in every moment.I sort of had a major realization this week. Because in all honestly i was feeling pretty bad. All of our appointments fell through and no one was really wanting to talk with us. I had heard countless times how joyous missionary work is, but i havent felt that joy yet. I have felt peace and happiness yes, but joy? So i was thinking about this and the words came into my mine "The joy of comes after the work of today." If we want to have joy, then we must be willing to work for it.
hermana neffoh and ps happy halloween!