Monday, December 12, 2016

This week

Dear Family and Friends,

I hope you all have had an amazing week! We have had an amazing week
and it's been super crazy......and on top of that, today we got
transfer calls!

Transfer News: I'll be staying in the area and training a new Zone
Leader again. Elder Riddle is getting transferred to Eagle Mountain.
My new companion is Elder Brown, he is also from Texas. This is his
last transfer. So after he goes home, I'll get a new companion again.
So it's safe to predict that next transfer I'll stay in the area and
train and new Zone Leader hahaha. Oh and this transfer is a 7 week
transfer......those are always tough! Wish me luck!

Here's my week (it'll be short because we have some transfer things to do):

Monday: we just decided to relax and stayed home after running all of
our errands. We took naps and relaxed. It felt nice to take a nap for
once! We then had to prepare for some lessons and interviews we had. I
had the opportunity to conduct a Spanish interview. It felt so nice! I
miss Spanish so much :'((

Tuesday: we did lots of finding and contacting. We got the chance to
go the temple! It was sooooo refreshing like always. We also did a lot
of preparing for Zone Conference. We have to give a training with
other Zone Leader (that's always such a pain). We met up for a meeting
in American Fork. We planned it out and it was good! After that, the
Assistants called and asked if we could prepare the gym for Zone
Conference. We go to the gym and it was super super super small and it
wouldn't fir everyone in there.....comfortable..... sooo we went to
another chapel and then another chapel and then one more and back to
the first one. It was crazy..........we were out until like 10
something and then the Assistants came helped and realized it wasn't
the chapel, so we took it all down and then went home for the night.

Wednesday: we woke up super super early to go set up the right chapel.
And then we had Zone Conference! It was soooooooo amazing. Then we did
some Christmas activities. It was fun! I got my Christmas gift too :)
thanks for that mom and dad!

Thursday: we had a mission wide Christmas activity. It was really fun!
We went to go watch a play in Orem. We watched the A Christmas Carol.
It was reallllyyyyyyy good! I got front row seats :)

Friday and Saturday: we had weekly planning and then we had lots of
people to contact because we didn't have a lot of time during the
week. Also, we had an event in our Stake called "O Holy Night". It was
super fun! It was a bunch of talented singers from all over Utah and
live Nativity. They had camels and lambs and everything! It was super
legit. We got lots of referrals, it was good.

Sunday: church is always amazing but we had an unusually large amount
of long meetings. After that we headed over to traverse mountain for a
Musical Performance some elders and us were doing. It was nice! We
sang the First Noel.

Elder Ovalles

Tuesday, September 13, 2016


Dear Family and Friends,

This week has been super busy but really fun! I would love to tell you all about it, but due to us getting our car back, our day has been backed up :( soooooo this email will be not super short, but small :) here's my week:

Monday:we had wonderful lesson with Fiorella and her family! They are SUPER solid. They went to church for two sundays in a row! They ask lots of really really good questions. So in that lesson, it was super powerful because we were talking about Modern Day Prophets. And so when my companion dropped the bomb about a living Prophet, Fiorella turned to her husband and then to us and said "there is a living Prophet? AWESOME!" She loved it and so did her family. It was an amazing experience because after we showed her a small part of a talk that President Monson gave, they knew he's a Prophet. 

Tuesday: We had an all day service project! We (4 Zones in the Orem area) participated in the building of an "All Around" Park. This park is to allow children (of all physical capabilities) to enjoy their time at the park. So we spent basically the WHOLE day there. It was hot, but really fun. It was a big community effort, so we saw a lot of the members from church there! After that, we showered and had some great lessons! Later that night, we begin exchanges with the PG Elders, I was going to their area for the day. 

Wednesday: The morning of the exchanges, we had to conduct a baptismal interview! Those are always fun :) After that, we did lots of finding and contacting. Sometimes on exchanges I feel so lost! But I just do what I do best and I know the Lord will do the rest :) We found some good solid people and also a lot of really rude people. Later that night, there was one lesson in specific that stood out to me. There was a man we found who has never spoken to missionaries, or a Mormon for that matter. Anyways, as we were doing How To Begin Teaching, we were able to find out that he didn't have a lot of knowledge on Religions in General. I LOVE PEOPLE LIKE THIS! It's always super fun to explain that we are all children of God, and his face just lit up! It was an amazing feeling for everyone involved. 

Thursday:We had District Training Meeting in the morning! That was fun :) Elder Vi is a good District Leader. After that, we planned for our Musical Number that we will be performing at Zone Conference next week. Also, later that night we found Juliana (after the longest time ever) and her Brother (who is a less active member). They both are solid and have many good questions. We also played soccer later that evening after our lesson with Brian. 

Friday:We received permission to attend the Funeral for Moises Morales down in Provo. It was a very spiritual experience for everyone that attend! Attending a Funeral as a missionary is very very different. Not a weird different, but a good and spiritual one! Because of what was sad, I have even a firmer testimony of the plan of happiness. 

Saturday:We did lots and lots of driving......we had to take one of our missionaries to Highland for a Baptism because his ride cancelled super last minute. Then we had to pick up his companion from another Baptism. It was a long day for my legs haha :( but later that night, I saw a guy playing basketball and he challenged me and I accepted! We played and it was great! First time playing in a VERY long time. I left and my feet were killing me the rest of the night..... I get home to find two blisters on my feet. One on each foot hahaha they hurt but good thing I got my First Aid Merit Badge because I knew exactly what to do :)

Sunday: My feet killed me :(((( but church was amazing :DD so many investigators accepted the challenge of attending church for the three hours and they did! Every single talk was something they really needed in their lives!

Elder Ovalles

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

BoM's & The After Life

Dear Family and Friends,

This week was amazing even with a few hiccups. Here it is:

Monday: lots of running around as usual! But we cleaned the apartment
and then left into the field. We didn't have any lessons but we set
lots of good appointments for this week and the coming week. We also
met a crazy person........ I can't share what

Tuesday: we had MLC like all day long................... We didn't get
back to our area until late at night.

Wednesday: we took our beautiful new car into the shop :( it had to be
fixed. But we took another companionships car. They weren't very happy
about it......... ANYWAYS. We sorted things out for our training
meeting on Thursday. After that, we began day exchanges with the
Suncrest-Sharon Park Elders. I went there! It was sooooooooo fun!!! I
haven't walked an area like that in sooooo long. I miss it so much!
Since Elder Silva is pretty new, I showed him all the different people
I used to teach when I was there. At the end of the night, we went to
house that I was working with! I'm not sure if you all remember Kaila
and Orlando? It's okay if you don't. Well, we didn't teach them but we
did teach Orlando's parents. They have never spoken to missionaries
and really haven't heard of the LDS church. We taught them and we
invited them to be baptized and they accepted! It was such a wonderful
experience to see people take such a great leap of faith. God truly
loves His children.

Thursday: we had our Zone Training Meeting! It went amazing. Our
monthly focus as a mission is the Book of Mormon. I have grown such a
massive love for the BoM! I had a love for the BoM before my mission,
but man, I gotta tell you all! It's the best book ever. A couple of
weeks ago, I made a goal to place (give out) a BoM every single day to
a non member. I haven't missed a day so far! Whether or not we teach
them, they have the most important book in their possession. We have
heard of some miracles already :) it's great!

Friday & Saturday: As a Zone, we participated in the Timpanogos
Storytelling Festival in Provo Canyon. It was super fun but super
hot!!!! I got really tan. I mean, I already am tan, but even tanner!
Anyways, we were in charge of directing traffic. Let just say, there
were lots of people who didn't listen to us.............. It was
annoying! I think this is how all the prophets felt when no one heeded
their warnings. Later that night, we met Elder Rees from the District
1 (the Polynesian elder). It was super cool! I came home that night
and watched some of the District 1 and 2. It's sooooo critical to
understand Preach My Gospel.

Sunday: One of the hiccups of this week is that Moises Morales (our
recent convert) passed away last night. He was interviewed by the
Bishop and Stake President to received the Melchizedek Priesthood. The
Bishop came into the hospice room that was filled with lots and lots
of family and friend. He and Moises' sons, ordained him an Elder. 10
minutes later, Moises passed on. Something that really helped me
understand this entire experience is my conviction in the Plan of
Salvation. In D&C 122:7,9 says “Know thou, my son, that all these
things shall give thee experience, and shall be for thy good...
“Therefore, hold on thy way..., for God shall be with you forever and
ever.” The challenges we go through here on this earth are a part of
the plan of happiness and are inevitable experiences. We truly have to
hold on our way and accept every single challenge AND blessing we have
with faith.

Elder Ovalles

Monday, August 15, 2016


Dear Family and Friends,

(I just want to apologize now because this week was really swamped
with training missionaries how to use Facebook again). This week we
saw a huge miracle! A miracle that changed me and also everyone
involved. I mean, we see miracles everyday, but this one just won it
all. Here's my week:

Monday: We had Zone Activity. It was super fun!! We did different
activities that were messy. When we were cleaning up the chocolate
syrup, the bag we were putting it in RIPPED! Chocolate Syrup got all
over the ground of the kitchen. We had to clean it took
forever but was worth it haha. Later that night, we had a lesson with
Elizabeth. She is progressing, but we're getting a feeling that there
is another reason she wants to be baptized.

Tuesday: we had MLC like all day long. It was brutal...but the lunch
was so yummy! The focus of the MLC was Online Proselyting. We are one
of a couple missions that are using this new training given my the
church. We are super excited to begin teaching people the restored
gospel over Facebook and the other media we'll get to use. In the
evening, we had a lesson with Elizabeth and she came out guns blazing
and we did too. She stood firm and told us that she has enough faith
to be baptized into the church but does not want to read the Book of
Mormon and pray about Joseph Smith. We explained it to her and bore
our testimonies about the gospel. Her family also did the same.
Something that we found out is that she has throat cancer and not very
much longer here...

Wednesday: we planned with the STLs how we were going to train the
Zone on all of the training we received during MLC. We planned for a
long time...there was so much to cover in so little time (the training
given from the missionary department was about 3 hours). So we had to
throw in the needs of the Zone and everything while we were in there.

Thursday: we gave the training. It ROCKED! Elder Barbosa and Sister
Parkman are both so awesome. Luckily, we didn't have a member of the
missionary department come observe our zone training meeting, but we
did have a close second, Elder Spiers (he's one of the assistants and
also my first Zone Leader in the field).

Friday: weekly planning and cleaning out our Facebooks.....then we had
a couple lessons and Friday night was slow because everyone was
getting ready for the weekend. IT sucks! :( but that's okay, the lord
provided people for us to teach.

Saturday: no lessons but HUGE MIRACLE. On Saturday, Elder Gunter (a
senior couple that serves in the office) called and told us that a
member called on behalf of one of her non-member friends (a non-member
Hispanic) in the Provo Hospital needing a blessing because she was
going to be giving birth soon. The member gave Elder Gunter the home
address for this non-member family to see who would be the
corresponding Spanish Missionaries. It turns out to be us! Elder
Gunter asked for permission to take us down there to the hospital. As
we entered the car with Elder and SIster Gunter, he began telling us
about the non-member and how she is very interested in the gospel and
wants to be baptized along with her family. As he was speaking, he
mentioned her name. What I realized was that I found her and her
family a couple weeks before Christmas in the Suncrest Stake. I worked
with her and her family, they began to progress rapidly, was set with
a baptismal date, and we even took them to the Provo City Center
Temple Open House, which they loved. Everything was going well until
we went by again, and no one was there at all. They literally
disappeared! I was devastated. But as we entered the hospital, and
entered her room, she saw me and I saw her and emotions just swept in.
She began just talking and talking about how she didn't know how to
contact me or other missionaries. We talked, then gave the blessing. I
had the wonderful opportunity to do it. After we finished offer this
blessing, she said she felt different, she felt peace, and truth.
Everyone in the room truly felt the Spirit from their toes to their
head. Right before we left, she told me that this is a sign and that
God has spoken to her through us. We left and entered the car, and we
all agreed that there is no way that god's hand wasn't in this. I know
that God has blessed me and Elder Barbosa with experiences like this
because we have prepared ourselves physically, emotionally, mentally,
and most importantly, spiritually.

Sunday: we had our usual Sunday meetings. But testimony meeting was
great in the Lakeridge Ward. Elizabeth got there and was still pretty
set on not reading the Book of Mormon, and I kid you not, every single
testimony was given was on the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon. GOD

I love and miss you all!

Elder Nicolas Ovalles

Monday, July 25, 2016


Dear Family and Friends,

This week was such a blast! Elder Barbosa and I found families that are amazing and ready for baptism. Here's my week:

Monday: super boring but fun. We didn't have an lessons but we did lots of finding though and it went well!

Tuesday: EVERYONE CANCELLED ON US. It was sad :( 

Wednesday: We did lots of finding in the area. We found some families that are pretty darn interested! They kept asking questions geared towards baptism! During Dinner, we had a lesson with Ever (yes, thats his name). It went super well because it was in another members home. The Familia Alfaro are amazing fellowshippers and help Ever understand the importance of the Book of Mormon. Later that night, we had a lesson with the Familia CariƱo. They are such a wonderful family. They are going through some struggles but they are keeping the faith.  

Thursday: EVERYONE CANCELLED ON US...AGAIN.....except Jesus Martinez and his daughter, Vanessa!!!!! They are so ready for baptism! We found them the other day on exchanges. I was with Elder Lopez and we decided to knock on this one door and Jesus opened (I talked about him in my email last week I think). Anyways, him and his daughter are very receptive to the message and the father just came straight out and said they want to be baptized and his other two daughters as well. The daughter confirmed it as well! It was great :) 

Friday: We did weekly planning like all day! Our fridays are usually the same. Plan, Eat, Teach! Hahaha we had some pretty strong lessons today. Aguilar Family invited us in right after planning and we read with them the Introduction of the Book of Mormon. It was super spiritual because we read every single paragraph and we explained simply. The Father (who was never interested) begin participating. He accepted the invitation to pray about it and was excited because we promised him he would receive an answer if he pray with real intent (something that he was lacking). 

Saturday: we did exchanges with one of the District Leaders in the Zone.....ELDER SANCHEZ. It was nice to be with Elder Sanchez for the day. It reminds me of old times with him in the Winter. We had fun and found some new people to teach. One in specific came to the Pioneer Breakfast. Her name was Marta. Shes from Aguascalientes! She was nice and invited us over to teach her, her husband and her 7 children. We also found a young girl whose mom is less active but wants to come back. We shared with her the Restoration and she said she knows its true and called her mom out and said she knows its true but she just doesn't go to church because she didn't make friends. Lets just say the chancla is real...............and the little girl can testify of it haha. 

Sunday: LONG DAY. Thats all I have to say about that...... But I really enjoyed church because we had so many investigators that came to all the wards! They were happy and stayed ALL 3 HOURS!!!! Also, they offered to help out with the different activities in the Ward!

My Dad sent me talk earlier today that I read during my personal study. It is called, "You Know Enough" by Elder Neil L. Anderson. Its super good!! Something he said was: Challenges, difficulties, questions, doubts—these are part of our mortality. But weare not alone. As disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ, we have enormous spiritual reservoirs of light and truth available to us. Fear and faith cannot coexist in our hearts at the same time. In our days of difficulty, we choose the road of faith. Jesus said, “Be not afraid, only believe.” Let us make sure that in our trials and tribulations that we all go through, that we choose the road of faith. Our questions and doubts are resolved or become less concerning to us. Our faith becomes simple and pure. We come to know what we already knew. ALWAYS CHOOSE THE ROAD OF FAITH. 

Elder Ovalles

Monday, July 18, 2016


Dear Family and Friends,

This week has been a great week, not too many lessons, but lots of appointments were set! Here's what happened:

Monday: we ran around all over Orem because we had to do stuff for the Zone.

Tuesday: we had President Interviews basically all day so we were running around for that as well. We were also told that we will be receiving Facebook back really really soon. Soooooo thats super exciting and a little scary! Later that night, we contacted a lot of the people and set some lessons up. I also did a baptismal interview for one of our District Leaders. It went well! The little girl will be baptized this saturday. After that, we got ready for exchanges with another one of our District Leaders, Elder Lopez and Elder Vi. I brought Elder Lopez to my area and Elder Barbosa went to theirs. It was fun and we got a lot of work done.

Wednesday: We did lots planning and running around for the Zone. One of our lessons cancelled and we decided to visit this person who hasn't been interested in a very long time. So we knock on his door and he opened and invited us in!!!!! We taught him and he accepted the invitation to be baptized. Also, he told us his 3 daughters also want to be baptized. MIRACLE :) we have a lesson with him and his family this Wednesday.

Thursday: We didn't have DTM today because we did it during President Interviews on Tuesday. But we did lots and lots of finding. 

Friday: did weekly planning like all day and had no lessons with YSAs :( they were all on dates and on vacation. 

Saturday: THE GAVITOS GOT BAPTIZED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It was so great. Highlight of the day :)

Sunday: church all day and meetings all day........super good dinner though :) all had a great lesson with the Carino family. The Hermana recently had a baby and she has been inviting us over to teach her family. The entire family accepted the invitation to be baptized :))))) 

Elder Ovalles

Tuesday, May 31, 2016


Dear Family and Friends,

So this week has been crazy...And it will be getting crazier! So my P-days are now extremely busy!!!! Emails will be a lot shorter... We have the biggest zone in the mission so we have to drop things off to different missionaries every P-day. But yeah, I still love you all! Here is my week (summed up in a few sentences):

Monday: Transfers calls came in. I was transferred to the Lakeridge-Vineyard-Spanish YSA Area and to be Zone Leaders with Elder Florez. (Elder Florez was the Assistant that picked me up from the MTC and said one day we'll be companions). Elder Florez goes him this transfer so I will be taking over the Area and the Zone......that'll be fun.  

Tuesday: Spent the entire morning packing and was fun but kind of sad because I was actually leaving my baby area... That entire evening, I said goodbye to everyone that I was teaching and we had a few lessons that were really good because they finally accepted baptismal dates.

Wednesday:TRANSFER DAY! I met up with Elder Florez and we got to work. It was intense because he recently took the area over from some missionaries who couldn't/didn't know how to work...So it still is basically a white wash. We ran around had some cool lessons. We cover all of Orem in Spanish YSA. So we spent some time down on UVU and met some crazy young ladies....(yeah, we'll put it that way...) and so we left UVU and began our family ward lessons. It was so much running around. I get home sooooooooooooo tired. but it really is worth it! 

Thursday: we woke up at 6am and ran to was good. the sunrise was just absolutely gorgeous!! There's like a man-made waterfall right in the middle of the campus and that is where we run to every morning now. It was fun! Since Elder Florez is going home this transfer, I'm helping with giving him advice and life help and packing (not yet haha) and everything. Elder Florez joined the church about years ago. He is the only member in his entire family. His testimony is so strong and it is felt throughout the work. 

Friday:we had a mini Zone Training Meeting. I got to train the Zone for the first time as a Zone Leader. I was nervous but the Lord helped me through it all. I think I did a good job! After that we began weekly planning but also, we had to get the building ready because we had a baptism the next day from an 11 year old boy named Christopher. He is soooooooooooo ready! I was glad he finally took that step to be baptized. 

Saturday: the baptism!!! It went super well :) his dad accidentally messed up but its okay! Chris was super excited that he has the chance to say he got baptized twice (not really, but you know what we mean). 

Sundaysunday was sooooooo long. We had lots of meetings and lots of favorite time was the YSA ward. There are so many YSA wards that there are double chapels in church buildings, meaning more than one sacrament meeting going on at once. So many people looking for their future spouse. But the thing that stood out to me the most was when the teacher (Brother Dickersen) taught about the Book of Mormon. It was really good and it motivated everyone there to take a stand for the BoM and continue to read it. The investigators we had there were impacted by it so much, they want to be baptized now :D 

Thank you all! I love and miss you all soooooooooo much! :)

Elder Ovalles

Tuesday, May 24, 2016


Dear Family and Friends,

This week has been a week full of Miracles and Blessings! It was truly
the best week of the transfer and now I won't get to see more of it
here because....I AM GETTING TRANSFERRED! I am being transferred out
of Suncrest and Sharon Park, I will truly miss all of the people I had
the chance to serve in these two areas..... I will be covering 2
Spanish Wards in Orem and covering all of Orem and some of Pleasant
Grove in Spanish YSA. Also, I have been called to be a Zone Leader
over the Orem Spanish Zone with Elder Florez! They're reorganizing
some of the Zone today so I have some meetings and stuff with Elder
Florez and the Assistants today. So this email might be short! but
here is my week:

Monday: lots busy stuff.......I forgot what else we did......

Tuesday:We had a dinner planned with a Part Member Family and we were
super pumped and ready for the lesson after the dinner. We called the
Sister to confirm our appointment and she said she wouldn't be able to
host us the next evening. We were super bummed out because we were
planning on putting the investigator on date. She did tell us that she
schedule us another dinner appointment with an Active Family. We were
still grateful that she did that for us. When we got to the dinner, it
was pouring rain and we were hoping that the husband was home so we
could enter, but he wasn't home yet, so the wife had us start eating
outside. Once the husband showed up, we entered and continued eating
and talking with the family. The husband then pointed to his niece and
told "She needs to be baptized!" We thought the brother was joking
because of all the jokes he was saying during dinner. Then when we
took him seriously, we found out she actually isn't a member! He then
told us that she has never spoken with Missionaries because she has 4
SUPER HARD questions that she has never received a good answer. We
then asked what were the questions. She replied with the following:
"1. What is the importance of The Book of Mormon?" 2. How was the
world created? 3. Where did I come from? Why am I here? and Where am I
going after this life? 4. What is the apostasy?" We were shocked with
the questions because its something that we read and study about
daily! We scheduled an appointment with her for later that evening.
When we came back with our fellowshipper (the husband had to leave for
work again so we couldn't enter the home) we taught her the
Restoration and the Plan of Salvation. She took it all in and at the
end said "This makes sense, but I want to know more!" So after we all
exchanged numbers with her, we continued our other visits of the
evening. After nightly planning, the fellowshipper called us and told
us that she texted him saying "What do I need to do to be baptized?"
We were so excited!!!!! On top of all of that, she has been attending
church actively for about 2 months now and just yesterday sung with
the Ward Choir.

Wednesday: we had the chance to go out with our stake president in the
Suncrest stake, President Jensen. We visited a non member sister named
Estella. Estella told us about how the trial went and she said it went
alright and that she still has hope. She let out a lot of feelings
that she had about her daughters and about others who look down on her
situation. We testified to her about the power and love of God. We
explained to her that we will have pain, but we don't have to suffer.
President Jensen beautifully shared a scripture in Alma that touched
her heart. She liked it a lot and she also is committed to read the
restoration pamphelt.

Thursday: we had the last District Training Meeting of the was sad but super spiritual. I had someone (an active
RM) come give a training on how us as full time missionaries can
involve the members more and how could we do it. It was amazing. After
that we ate some really really good lunch. In the late afternoon, we
meet with a less active family, Familia Hernandez. Brother Hernandez
was working on a car and it was super nice car. He told me he'll sell
it to me for cheap when I finish my mission. So maybe, I'll come back
and buy it haha. But with the Hernandez Family, we talked to them
about their relationship with God. We talked about scripture study and
prayer and how it should be done. At first, they thought of it more as
a thing they just had to do, but w explained to them that it's
something that truly benefits us and our families. It came into the
picture that the husband has some concerns about some gospel topics,
so we will go deeper into that next week. Later in the evening we
found someone named Fernando. We were knocking at his door and right
as we were going to stop knocking, he showed up with his family. We
talked to him for a good while outside and got a really good feel of
what he is dealing with. He said he wants to be more connected with
God but had to leave some old habits behind to be a true follower. He
accepted the commit to pray more frequently to invite the spirit more
into his home and life.

Friday: we had district lunch at IHOP!!!! It was so yummy :) I ate
like a bunch of food. After that we had a really good and effective
weekly planning session. And then we were running around like crazy
people after that. Also, the other day we had a lesson with our Recent
Convert, Mario Ramirez. He brought his non member friend (who just
came from Mexico 3 hours earlier) to listen to the messages. We taught
the friend, Fernando, the plan of salvation and it stuck with him
really well because it came out that a really really close family
member recently passed away it this message gave him comfort. We
invited him to church and gently and kindly declined to the
offer.....I was like no way.....I got rejected so hard but in such a
beautiful way. We invited him again and he said if he feels compelled
to, he'll go. We were like okay, we like that answer better.

Saturday: sooooooooo much to do. We were running around because I had
to give baptismal interviews to like the whole world. But they were
really good people! I'm excited they made the decision to be baptized.
But before that, we had a lesson with Jessica Sanchez. She is super
super awesome but she wouldn't pray during the lessons. But today she
did!!!!!!!!!!! I was sooooo happy. Then we had lots of interviews
after that. Then we had a Ward party in Suncrest. Lots of good food
and none of our investigators. Then we went out with a member and
contacted all of the Latinos in his Ward Boundaries. It was a lot but
we found some new investigators from it.

Sunday: Fernando came to church!!!!!!!!! After he denied us so nicely.
He showed up :) made my day. Oh and also, Julio Sifuentes told us he
wants to be baptized on June 4th!!! We're so excited for him :)

Thank you all for praying for me and my companion! We can truly feel
the love and see the blessings.

Elder Ovalles