Lesson on Colombian Edicit (I don't know how to spell that)
|No fork? No Spoon? No problem. They serve food here with a plastic glove.|
Thanks so much Mom for your help on all the questions and all of that information for helping me teach from preach my gospel for our zone. That is really going to help us a lot! I have been trying to do a lot of stuff like that in teaching the other missionaries on how we can teach by questions. It’s harder, and takes more thought, but it is so much better for our investigators. I have learned that learning always comes better when the person we are teaching recognizes their desire to learn. And that desire is usually discovered through a series of questions. When we ask questions, we see their desire to learn. And when we teach by questions, we see what people actually know.
This week was a little bit crazy. The President came here to do interviews with all of the missionaries. We had a lot of things to get ready. We had to fill out forms for him, and there are so many changes. The assistant to the president, Elder Permenter, came and stayed with us. He’s a missionary from Connecticut. He’s really cool. His dad is a convert, his Mom is a member, he’s a big, huge football player. We had a really fun time together. He stayed for three days while they did all of the interviews. We worked with him a lot.
|Burk Barber Rooftop Shop--Elder Matos|