Red Lodge Montana

Red Lodge Montana

August 1, 2016

Dear you,
Time flies.

We get transfer calls next Sunday! Holy crap! I can barely even remember what happened this week. But I remember a few things so here's the first thing. We had zone training, and it was great. The spirit was super strong and I felt like it touched everyone. It's good to get with the whole zone because we don't get to see them as much because we don't have enough miles to drive to billings very often. And one of our zone leaders in going home soon so I got to say bye to him, I'm excited to see who our new zone leader will be to replace him.

Also, we had a baptism this week. This is the guy that our branch mission leader taught so we didn't do anything but we still counted it haha. His name is Carl. He's a stud. He's doing great. He was super ready. It's great how well he already fits in the branch. He will do well. I see a lifetime of activity from him.

We also found a sweet new investigator named Jim. His been married twice and one of his previous wives was LDS so he has good feelings towards the church. He really wants to learn and be more a part of it. When we taught the restoration he really seemed to grasp it. He was like, "your church is the only church with the name Church of Jesus Christ", I never noticed that until now.  We are meeting with him tonight and we should be able to put him on date for baptism. We will see.
The other lady we are teaching (Sabina) is doing great. She's reading the scriptures and coming to sacrament. She's really warming up. We suspect she will be baptized in August as well. With her we just have to work around her husband’s busy schedule to find a day when he can come to her baptism. He's a member and is really supportive of it all.

Our fun adventure of this week was that we got to go over the Beartooth pass. The members that we live with were happy to take us. It's a pretty popular road to go on because it has a bunch of switchbacks up the side of the mountain all the way to the top, which is just about 11,000 feet. It's just tundra at the top, which I've never seen before, no trees can grow, just grass and small bushes. And we took some pictures at around the halfway mark where it was really pretty. It was a well worth it trip. That's all for this week, if you want more info on anything just email me. Thanks love you all!

         -Elder Schneider

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