The Journey to Freedom

The Journey to Freedom

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Wednesday

I was on the computer most of the morning trying to fix the email address I use to notify students about institute.  I sent out noticed about institute tonight, I sent out the two week noticed of what students had to do before they leave, I sent out notices on the upcoming outing to the Newseum that Dr. Johns can't go to. We are taking the student to this outing on Friday.  I put up some reminders to the student to empty garbage in the basement and do their own dishes. At 12:30  Lydia, Mike, and we took Susana out for lunch for her birthday.  That was fun to spend time relaxing with these great people we work with .

We left to go to the hospital to visit one of our best students.  This is a sister that is the most faithful student we have.  She is sick with an infection and some chest pains.  They have kept her and are running tests on her.  Once again we fought the traffic.  It took us an hour to get there, we had to pay for parking which was 5 dollars (we were only there 20 min. at the most), we got to her room and she wasn't there.  They had taken her for tests.  When I asked the nurses when she would be back they said in a couple of hours.  We ended up leaving a note and fighting traffic back home. This dear sister is older.  She brings her non-member grandson to class most of the time.  She has been inactive and is coming back.  She reads every assignment and will bring a page of question to ask us.  I would be willing to go and teacher if she was the only student in class.  We made her our class president.

Yesterday we had the most students we have ever had in our Stake Center class.  Tonight we had our worst attendance at the Young Adult center.  A non-member boy came in to get his phone he had forgotten and Elder McKinley talked him into staying for the class. He said he could stay one hour.  He is not a member of the church and we only had one other student come.  So we bagged the lesson and taught the Plan of Salvation.  I am not sure how that went over.  I don't think he has ever thought much about Christ.  We had two other students show up just after closing prayer.  So it was a really strange evening.  Hopefully he will come back but I don't think he will.

2 comments:

  1. Its hard to believe your next group of kids is the last one.

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  2. You never know, he just might show up again.

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