So this last week was another pretty good week.
So this week we got to see Hussain and we taught our buddy Lucky whose been giving us the referrals.
We taught him the Restoration and about the BOM and a little bit about the POS (Plan of Salvation).
He takes the information into his head but not quite yet into his heart because he loves to party and LOVES girls....
We also taught his friend Kazir (also known as Cash) who owns one of the stores in the local Marshes mall.
We taught him the Restoration as well and he seemed to take it a lot more in.
He took the last BOM we had for the week and says he'll read and pray to know if its true :)
Kazir and Lucky are both Indian and are me and Elder Corcran's indian duplicates in personality.
Kazir is like me and Lucky is like my comp haha!
We also met with Sheraz and read Alma 32 with him and while we talked after he read the account of Moroni coming to Joseph Smith which really stood out to him to where he is now trying to look up scriptures in the Bible and the BOM.
Sadly Andrew moved to a different town which is a little farther out than normal for us to make it out to so we aren't able to teach him at the moment.
Well hope you all have a good week and take care of yourselves!
Elder Tarbet (Wolverine)
PS. I'll explain next week for you all to be in anticipation but tomorrow Hussain is getting baptized!!! (also long story to explain why tomorrow haha) Peace!!!
SOME RECENT PICTURES:
St. Patrick's Church, Dundalk
|Elder Charlesworth, with Elder Corcran in the background|
|Elder Tarbet with Elder Gullion at All Ireland Mission Conference May 2016|
Elder Tarbet, Elder Harker and Elder Gullion
At the All Ireland Mission Conference May 2016
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH, DUNDALK
The Church of St. Patrick is a large Roman Catholic church located in Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland. It is often mistaken for a cathedral, although it is only a church the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Armagh. It is built in the Gothic style.
There has been a Catholic church named Saint Patrick's in the town since 1750. The first building was on a site donated by the first Earl of Clanbrassil on Chapel Street and in 1843, was converted into a school.
The then-Parish priest, Fr. Matthew McCann, acquired the current site in 1834. The church was opened for worship in1842 but was not complete for many years after. Work stopped during the Potato famine and resumed in 1860. It was designed by the Newry architect Thomas Duff who modelled the interior on Exeter Cathedral and the exterior on King’s College Chapel. Duff died before completion and the architect J.J. McCarthy was chosen to finish the magnificent interior. The bell tower is a later addition, being added in 1903.
The church is orientated towards the east, as are most Christian churches. It is 9 bays in length and has two side aisles to the north and south of the building. The church contains a wealth of distinctive features, including fine granite pillars, tilled floors, a vaulted ceiling and many colorful stained glass windows by acclaimed designers Franz Mayer & Co. of Munich, among others.