Our week is going ok. We are just having a hard time finding new investigators. I don't know what it is. It is just difficult. We have been practicing how we talk to people, and are changing our approach up. We are supposed to have finding activities for 4-5 hours each day. So lots of tracting and talking to people and other ideas. Speaking of which, do you guys have any ideas on how to find more people to teach? What were some things you did in your mission dad? Yesterday was probably one of the best sundays of my whole life. It was so spiritual. First off, we were in ward council in an upstairs room (It is a really old church building with a basement and upstairs), and we could hear the other sacrament meeting going on downstairs. A women started to sing "O holy night" and we all got quiet and the spirit was just so strong, one of the most strongest feelings I have ever gotten. It was all in my chest, and burning too! I thought I was on fire. But it was so awesome. And then the sacrament meeting was really awesome, it was a Christmas program. The spirit was just as strong. And then the sunday school classes were about Charity and Christlike attributes. We had some good talks on that. I really am so grateful for Christ and all he does for me. His example is perfect. I was reading in 2 Nephi 9, and it talked about Christ and his atonement, and it was exactly what I needed that day. The Lord has been answering my prayers through the Scriptures a lot lately. It has been really cool. On Friday, the sisters in the other ward put on a Christmas devotional, and they had us singing in it. I suck at singing. I could've played the drums or something. But that has been our week. Our investigators are doing ok. They didn't come to church, so we are going to be talking about that with them. On sunday night we drove through this nativity scene that another church put on. All the people were real people and they just stood still, while we drove through this little park. It was really cool! I will send pictures!