Well as of right now almost everyone who was investigator was baptized before I got into the area. We are now down to one investigator. I am getting a bit sick of having to relay the ground work, but I guess somebody has to do it.
Hylebos is ward members are pretty great though. We have met the ward mission leader Brother Mietus, Brother Angelo, Brother Shilling (German/Hawaiian), and a ton of other people. Still trying to get to know everybody.
My new comp is a little difficult he just complains about things too much and it's getting a little old, but other than that we are doing good and he's a good guy.
We taught our only investigator this week on Sunday. His name is Ata. He is Samoan and supa cool. We had cocoa rice at their house the other day and it was pretty good. Afterward we taught him about the Book of Mormon and why it is important to read it. We also invited him to read every day out of the Book of Mormon and he said he would. So Heck Ya! I am looking forward to teaching him more. He is as SOLID as stainless steel.
Other than that we are just going to be working hard to get more people to teach this week. Pray for us to find more people. Love you all.
Elder R.K. Northrup
P.S. Reggie lost the attachment that he needs to send pictures. Thankfully the members come through for me. We were sent this picture of Elder Northrup and Elder Lewis by Darci and Mateaki Kivalu from Hylebos ward. The Elders did a "ton of service" which ended in a southern style meal at their home including country fried chicken, potatoes and hearty salad. Sure love the members who take such good care of the missionaries.