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Divisions in Santa Rosa

Sam's week: Divisions in Santa Rosa
Hey!

This week went by super quick. Even though Elder Sibaja was sick for 2 days, we were able to work hard and teach some awesome people. We also had divisions with the DL in Santa Rosa this week. I went with Elder Rivera and we went and taught Luci. She is super cool, and really wants to follow the teachings of Christ. We were able to teach her about the Book of Mormon, and she was super excited to read it.
In our area, we went and taught a family that has had a lot of health issues, but still put their faith and trust in Heavenly Father. They are a really good example to me, that no matter what happens, when we trust in what God has prepared for us, we always be able to come out on top.
Today, President Bush and the APs came to Ocotepeque and we went to El Güisayote with them.  It was cool the 2nd time, but the clouds were a little higher this time than the last time. But, we had a good time. Time is flying, I can't believe how quickly this past transfer has gone by. Anyway, have a good week everyone!​
Love,
Elder Jensen

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