On Monday, was P-Day, always fantastic to be able to email the family and friends. Then for dinner the Bro and Sis. Marshall took us to Wendy's for dinner. Monday night I went on trade-offs to South Haven with E. Reheis.
On Tuesday E. Reheis and I saw a lighthouse, they live right on Lake Michigan. Then we door knocked for three hours. When we got back to the car there was a Baptist anti-comic on the windshield, we read it, it was really funny. Then after that we went to check on a referral. We were walking up to the door, when all of the sudden a lady three doors down said; "Hey! They won't open the door or talk to you, even if you got a badge and a gun." We then told her that we were servants of Jesus Christ. She then said " I don't care, I can flash a shiny badge too. I am a cop and you are trespassing." Boy did she just ask for, talking to a servant of the Lord, who is a future law enforcer and actually knows his rights. I then notified her that if she was functioning in a official capacity, she was then denying us our constitutional right of Freedom of Speech. Then through her sputtering, I asked her for her name, her badge number, and the agency that she was employed for. She said nothing. Finally deciding to not allow the situation to get any further out of hand. We left her with a warning. Boy was our blood boiling. Oh well she was a liar, and we will go back.
Wednesday we had district meeting, then we had Wendy's for lunch but a member was there and paid for us. Today we also helped Sis. Sinkewiz move some furniture in her house.
Thursday was a good day, we did a lot of door knocking, we are not having any success right now. But we know that with patience we will find God's elect and prepared.
Friday again we doorknocked. That was the extent of our day. We also had dinner with the Wurtz's again. We also played pool with them. I shared a spiritual thought about courage which they really enjoyed.
Saturday we got up and had a really good study. Then we went out the the Flea Market, I felt like I was going to get shot out there. I am pretty sure that it was the most ghetto thing that I have seen thus far on my mission. Then we again, a shocker here, door knocked.
Sunday was great. We had church, I finally was able to meet the Branch Pres. Krenk.
Today Monday, we played a card game called magic, did laundry, and emailed.
I hope that you all are finding was to take courage up in your own lives.
Hope you have an awesome week.
Elder Cody Grant Fairbanks