But I will start with our Halloween party. They, as I have mentioned, do not have Halloween over here and many were not even familiar with it. So our Sisters decided it was time to share with our English classes, our investigators, and our branch the true spirit of Halloween. We made masks, bobbed for apples, hunted through whip cream for gum balls, and played a game with dice doubles and unwrapping candy (to hard to explain that game). Our investigators and our English class came but none of our branch...sometimes we think they are too sophisticated or they think it is too American. But even without the Branch, we had about 15 people there and we all had a great time.
|Nemanja..an investigator who will be baptized Nov. 9th|
He is the best young man...The Spirit had prepared him for
|Mira is such a good heart...she is an English student but has|
come to church a couple of times.
Two of our other English students...no interest in
|Ivan (E-von) is a 27 year old investigator and such a|
great young man. He is becoming very special to us.
|Whip Cream pie with gum balls|
|Aftermath of the whip cream...after they found the gum|
they had to blow a bubble...Nemanja won
|I forgot to mention that we also gave out two wheelchairs|
|This poor man had bone cancer...he was so|
appreciative ... he was using crutches
and his poor hands looked terrible.
|This Roma man begs on the street corner by asking to wash|
your windshield. He can not speak (just makes noises), but he
likes us and we like him.