This week we've been working hard to help our investigators progress and to find new investigators. We were finally able to find and meet with a really awesome contact we had a few weeks back, we taught him three times this week, and he's progressing a ton! He's 17 years old, super interested in the Book of Mormon, living prophets, and the church as a whole. Before we taught him about the Book of Mormon we asked him to read the introduction, and when we met again he said even though he really wanted to read more he only read the introduction because that's the part we asked him to read. Haha we explained to him that he can always read more if he wants to, and he was pretty happy about that :)
The tourist season here is starting to come to an end, so hopefully we'll be able to start visiting people more regularly because their work schedules will be more normal.
As for other happenings in Villarrica this week, I ate pastel de choclo y umitas (at least I think that's how it's spelled). They're typical foods of the Mapuche. Also the volcano has been pretty active and there is almost always smoke leaving from the top. A few people say they think it'll erupt in March, but others say no, so only time will tell. Late at night people have said that it glows red at the top, but I like to sleep so I can't say if that's actually true or not. But don't worry, if it does erupt the only thing that'll get to Villarrica is some ash and possibly some smoke.
A scripture for the week from the Book of Mormon in Ether 12:4
Wherefore, whoso believeth in God might with surety hope for a better world, yea, even a place at the right hand of God, which hope cometh of faith, maketh an anchor to the souls of men, which would make them sure and steadfast, always abounding in good works, being led to glorify God.
The faith can help us no matter what difficulties we are passing through. God loves you and knows you personally and is always willing to help you. Trust in him and have faith in his purposes.
Les quiero mucho!