Mummy and Daddy,
We had such and interesting week this week. First off....Miracle Michael got baptized!!!!!!!!!!!! WHOO! BAM! MIRACLE! The baptism was wonderful! So many people came out to support him! He went under the water once....no problem. He bore a beautiful testimony! Sister Hillgaard and I sang "I am a Child of God" In Danish...look at that. The night was all well and good. Then we walked out into the darkness, walked up to the car, and Sister Hillgaard searched....and rifled....and rummaged......"Uh...Sister....do you have the car keys?" "No........" So we prayed mightily, dumped everything out. Literally turned everything inside out, scoured the countryside. rampaged the chapel.....multiple times.....looked out in stagnant water grates......you name it...we did it. They disappeared. We had to leave our car (believing that perhaps we locked our keys in the boot somehow), stay at the Loynes for the evening. After church yesterday we made our way back down to Ashington chapel, waited for the AA man to arrive, who opened our car....but....no keys in the boot. This does not make my day. anyways....we had to stay the night with the Ashington sisters. After multiple telephone calls, answering the same questions, several rebukings....the situation will be resolved today. YAY! :D AN ADVENTURE FOR THE WEEKEND!!!!
As far as Halloween goes. We're meant to be in Newcastle for Zone P-day carving pumpkins. It's not safe for us to go proselyting in the dark so we have to arrange to be in lessons with people. Heaven help us if people flog :D hahahha. It'll be good. I'm looking forward to wearing the same ensemble for the 4th day in a row :D yes!!!! Happy Halloween! hahahahah
In other news. We felt so impressed to knock in a posh part of town. We knocked on this beautiful door, and this wall of a man filled the doorway. Turns out he's one of the richest men in Alnwick. He owns his own brewery. He is sick and tired living that kind of life. He says he doesn't know himself. He doesn't have a reason to live. He wants to turn things around. We prayed with him. After the prayer he said, "WHoah! What was that!? For the first time in my whole life, I've felt peaceful!" He says the only thing preventing him from diving head first into the baptismal font is the fact that he's so famous in this little town. HAHAHH definitely a concern we've never had to deal with before. BAM! MIRACLE!
I love being out here with all the twists and turns. I love the Spirit! I love the way we can feel that beautiful warm glow when we testify of Jesus Christ and the Restoration of His Gospel. I love being a missionary! Thank you so much for letting me be here!
Love always and forever,
Your Sister Stephanie White