Our intent of this blog is to share Brock's adventures in Orlando, Florida while he's on his LDS mission. Hopefully, by reading about how Brock is changing the lives of so many, and seeing Brock's own personal growth in the gospel, the people reading this blog will also be able to feel the spirit and be inspired to strengthen or develop their own testimonies of Christ and the LDS church.

Monday, October 19, 2015

Starting to love Eustis and the Leesburg Zone!

We found Brock's house on Google maps!!
Friends and family,

Another week here in the books, and my country accent has never been
stronger! This week I've actually really learned to love the Leesburg
Zone. Coming into it this zone last week, I didn't know what to think.
Now that I've been out here, it's actually not too bad! All in all,
I'm a happy missionary, and enjoying this time I have to serve the
Lord. It's been a fun week, so here we go!
Brock hanging out with Eustis "Grandpa and Grandma" 

We had a ton of cool miracles this week! We met with our investigator,
Hunter, and his family this week. He was married to a member named

Lindsey the week before I came I to the Ward! It was pretty cool to
see how happy they are when they brought up baptism. Hunter has been
wanting to be baptized for a long time now, and was just waiting to be

married. They have two awesome young daughters named Riley and Regan
(4 years old and 1) and they are the funniest things in the world.
When they talked about the wedding, Riley the 4 year old insisted in
showing us all of the pictures. After dinner, they bought a pumpkin
for us to carve with them. It was fun night and I felt like I was at
home with them! Definitely a cool family! Anyways, Hunter will be
baptized the 30th of October!

We met a less active lady this past week named Wendy! She lives clear
out in the middle of nowhere! We went there Monday night after p-day
and it was a blast. After a long day of basketball, it was nice to
take a long drive in the hills of Umitilla, Fl. She said she has just
been waiting for something to motivate her to gets back to church. She
said us calling her last Friday was just what she needed. When we went
into her home, we saw these two horse looking animals get up off of
the couch. It ends up she just has 2 Great Dane dogs! They were giant.
Anyways, she was at church this Sunday, so that was way cool!

We have an investigator named, Juan and he only speaks Spanish.
Luckily elder Stewart is a Spanish speaking missionary! Here is a
video of him singing. Lol, he's great!

We are really looking to find more people to teach this week! It's
been a longer week, but we are re dedicating ourselves to finding this
week! It's going to be a great week with a lot of fun experiences.
Luckily, the I weather is cooling off and will feel great this week!
Thanks so much for the support, and prayers sent my way!

With love,

-Elder Doman

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