Elder Fisher - Trinidad Port of Spain Mission

Monday, November 7, 2016


Hey All. 
Things have been slower this week. We have done lots of knocking and finding. I think we have found some pretty solid people to teach but you never really know if they're just being friendly or actually interested. We have lots of follow up to do. 
We have decided we need to do more work in Sackville, New Brunswick. Thats where most of our success has come from this week so we are going to follow up tomorrow on all the people who showed some interest. We got one new investigator this week and her name is Emily. We taught her the Plan of Salvation and she took it really well. She works a lot but we plan on teaching her another lesson this week. 
We also had a zone conference. It was pretty good.  We have tried visiting the less active with cancer a couple of times but its really hit or miss with her. She seems to be not home very often. 
To answer your question on prayer, How often we pray really depends on how many lessons or streets we knock. Before every street and lesson we pray and at the end of every day after planning. And Our bedtime and morning prayers of course. 
The weather has been around 5 degrees all week and cloudy.
Also to answer your question about Christmas. You don't have to send me anything fancy for Christmas. I won't complain no matter what you send me. Maybe just some Canadian stuff or something. 
Love you guys lots,

Elder Fisher

Note from the editor:
Christmas packages- the Mission has said this about packages.

If your family ships a package via a private courier, they will need the mission office telephone number.
Small packages of nominal value may be sent through regular mail. Packages sent to other countries within the mission often do not reach their intended destination. When they do arrive, they are subject to customs duties (taxes) that the missionary must pay from his own personal funds. This amount may be equal to or greater than the cost of the items being sent. 
When sending a small Christmas package send it. 

If you wish to send a Christmas package send it to the  mission home address:

Trinidad Port of Spain Mission
1 Morequito Ave
Valpark Shopping Mall Plaza Bldg #10
Trinidad and Tobago

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