Also on Tuesday we had dinner at the Wurtz's, along with the Payne's and Krenk's and a few other families from the branch. It was really cool to be able to meet a good portion of the branch on the first night.
On Wednesday we went to Decatur. There I met Buddy, Sis. Gray, and the Eagles family. All less actives whom we are working with. It was quite a good day. We went door knocking out there too. Something that I have noticed which is really nice, when people are kind about not being interested. That happens a lot more here in the Paw Paw area than it did in Alma.
On Thursday we did some door knocking.
On Friday we were door knocking in a beautiful area, big old lodge pole pine trees. We found a really cool kid, I cannot remember his name right now, but he is a senior in High School, and is wanting to find something to put faith into.
On Saturday we again door knocked. Not so much success this time.
Sunday was very awesome. It was branch conference, so we had all of the big wigs from the stake at church. Church though was great. We have a investigator named Demos he is 15 he is native American and 6'3" 330 lbs. He is way cool. Right now we are just waiting on his parents go ahead. So after church we had lunch. Then we went door knocking for a little while. Even though we get rejected a lot of the time the people here are at this point more kind about it. After DKing we went to the Szekely's for dinner. Bro. S is a retired Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety Officer. ( The reason being a DPS officer, is because all of Kzoo's police are also fire and ems. Which is a very unique system. Its pretty cool though.) Dinner was great with them, don't be surprised when I say I enjoyed talking with Bro. S.
That leads us to Monday (today) all we have done today is email. So thank you for joining in for this installment of the weekly Elder Fairbanks news.
I hope you all have a safe week.
God be with you.
Elder Cody Grant Fairbanks