Thanks for the encouragement and emails, this week was a really good week though we were able to find quite a few families that we set return appointments with this upcoming week that we can follow up with in the Vermont suburb. We have tracted basically all above Kidbrooke but not a lot of success there with retired people. The highlight of the week was the fruits of the less active work we done this week. We were able to see Joy Adams this past week, she hadn't been to church in a few years since the divorce that she had. I left the conference dvds we had with her and she said she has been able to watch them during the past week. She lives in West Cliff Hermanus and it was great to see her come to church with a welcomed hand and warm smile. She is very stressed out with the work that she is doing but we hope we can be able to help her out. We were also able to see Sandra Retierre as well, she is also a single sister as well but it was great to get to know her. Both sisters was great to see and we hope to continue. I really enjoy the less active work that we are able to do and "go back and bring back the sugar beats that have fallen off the church wagon". The zone leader came out on Saturday and were able to talk with Lungiswa and Cokiswa and so they are good to go on the 26 of July. We have family home evening with them every Monday and it is good to see there example and strength to the investigators. We were able to see Cape Agolos yesterday with the Beals which was quite fun. thanks for all have a good week.
Elder Tyler Hansen