Part of the village in Uafato where we have to cross this river.
We can't cross the road because the water is way too high.
Got that Samoan hair cut baby!
This week we spent a lot of time in Uafato getting our one investigator ready for baptism this Saturday. That's about it. We tried to do some door knocking in a village but no one really seems willing to talk to us and I think a big problem is the matai's in the village. People are afraid of them. We've met a lot of younger people who seem interested in what we have to share and want to do lessons but their parents won't let them, so it's tough. We might try to start a little camp or something to try and get some investigators. They play volleyball and stuff quite often at the chapel and a lot of nonmembers come so maybe that could give us some opportunities.
This week is just going to be getting our investigator ready for his baptism.
We went to the doctor today and my companion's leg is really infected and he said we just have to take it easy this week. Hoepfully it gets better!
I've decided to start reading the Old Testament. It's long....but I came across this scripture I liked in Judges chapter 10.
13 Yet ye have forsaken me, and served other gods: wherefore I will deliver you no more.
14 Go and cry unto the gods which ye have chosen; let them deliver you in the time of your tribulation.