This one might be a bit shorter than others. We had our mission conference. It was really fun to see all the other missionaries and meet the new ones. Elder Callister taught us some awesome stuff about the Plan of Salvation. Elder Aoyagi also said that there is no reason not to be happy because we have the Gospel. My companion and I set some goals to level-up our dendo here in Fuji and we're seeing blessings already. We had a great conversation with a younger guy on the street yesterday talking about the Restoration and what he believes about God. Hopefully we'll hear back from him soon.
The night before the mission conference we went to stay with the Elders in my bean area, Kasugai! It was pretty fun. One of the Elders in Kasugai is Elder Gillespie, so both my babies were in the same place. Cool, huh?
So there has been news floating around the mission recently of a bajillion missionaries coming in soon. I overheard President Baird talking to Sister Breck in our district and he said that all sisters in our mission will be at least senior companions by July, if not training a new sister. Pretty sick. The Tokyo Mission split is becoming bigger news among the church members, too. They are pretty excited about it but it won't affect Nagoya Mission boundaries at all. Shizuoka-ken will still be Nagoya territory. (Yes!)
We met with Wada-san again this week. It has been a while, but she read the Book of Mormon and she wants to know if it's true! We committed her to read from the beginning and pray to know the truth. She also said a great prayer to end our lesson and said that she felt good when she prayed. Other investigators are doing well, but we could use some new investigators in our investigator pool.
That's kind of it this week. Short and sweet. Bye Bye.