It was a wonderful week, and ended with a wonderful conference.
It was a busy week for us this week. We received a referral from Mormon.org that someone requested a Bible, and of course we were glad to deliver it to her. As we talked, we sensed that she was ready for the gospel, but because of guidance from our leaders and because of our schedule, we were not able to share a "full" message, but we did share the first vision with her. She also had a friend over at the same time so that was awesome. When we were about to leave, we asked if they knew anyone who would benefit from and be interested in hearing our message. They both said that they would invite one of their friends to come over for the next time we meet with them.
Conference was really good in my opinion. There were many good talks, but I’m having a hard time remembering who said what. But I loved the topics; forgiveness, fatherhood, marriage, and family just to name a few. One of my favorite quotes from conference is, and this might not be word for word, "we need to choose the harder right than the easier wrong." In the world today, it is getting harder to choose the right because what is right is becoming more and more unpopular and the wrong is "becoming" right. There are things that the world now deems as "right" that many years ago was considered taboo. I am not going to name examples, but if you look carefully, you will be able to find them.