Other investigators are doing great. April has been smoke free for a month. (Yes, she just put them down and quit when she ran out..) she has been smoking since she was 6, she over 50 now. She took in a man named P. into her apartment. The both are ready for baptism, they have solid testimonies, were not worried about them. He just needs government approved housing for his disabilities, and no one in the branch would take him in. We're hoping someone from the new ward will. They are great. H. has a baptism date: Nov 3rd. We set him on the second lesson. The Plan of Salvation made sense and was "true." He has a bring it on attitude to the Gospel. VERY busy though. Our last three appointments fell through because he was in Nigeria, then North side Richmond, then Maine. He's hard to get a time set up with.
And the ward getting redone, our branch got absorbed into a ward. The entire stake took 5 wards and our branch and made four wards. We now share a ward with another set of missionaries, our district leader. Our area is predicted to almost triple, so were getting a car to get to the other side and to church. We'll just take our bikes on the rack, drive to the other side, and bike and work.
Other than that, not much is going on. I am recording tapes to send home in which the more of mission stories are on. You can listen to them for FHE. Please keep them recorded and in a box so I can type them when I get home. We don't have much time to write since p-day is busy anyways.