We finally have a Ward Mission Leader. The Bishop asked us to participate in his setting apart after the meetings. We'll be forming a Ward Mission Plan this week, something that the ward has been needing. Bro. Gonzalez is very excited to fulfill this calling, and we hope we can work harder. The Zone Leaders said that they felt very specifically that there are people in this ward who are ready, and we have felt the same as well, but we can't seem to find them. People don't seem to accept us in street contacting, and going through the less active list doesn't seem to be helping.
The father of Sis. Soria, a recent convert, got really sick two days ago and is in the hospital. He took a really bad turn. Within a day he developed pneumonia and his skin turned yellow.
I'm learning a lot of Guaraní and Bro. Gonzalez is giving me a dictionary. It's almost impossible to find here in Argentina and they're really expensive, but they're really cheap in Paraguay, and his sister will bring one of his from his house in Del Viso.
Sis. Vallejo and her kids left to Corrientes. Bro. Vallejo will still be here for a few weeks, but he'll be leaving soon as well.
Elder Peralta said very clearly to some members that being a member does not elevate us. We should not hesitate in sharing the Gospel.