This week was quite a busy week, but not too much out of the ordinary.
On thursday we had a training meeting with our zone. Their still working on teaching us the new stuff that they are teaching the new missionaries at the mtc.
This week we pulled out the bikes for the first time in a while. Our area is so big that at times it is difficult to use the bikes, and it's better to use the car. But I didn't have such good luck on the bikes. On Friday We started out riding our bikes and I got a nail in my tire, so we stopped and patched it and then tried to refill it with air, but we realized that the nail had gone all the way through the tube and popped the hole in both spotts. I only had one patch on my, and so we had to walk back to the appartment to put a new tube in the tire. Then on Saturday we had an appoinment with the [investigator] family, and we biked about 2.5 miles, when I got another flat. So we had to walk about another 2.5 miles to get to their house, which was another 2.5 mi (we barely got there on time ) but it turned out that they weren't there, and so we started walking back home and there house is about 5 mi from our apartment, so we spent a lot of time walking (oh, I didn't mention it, but I had forgotten the bike patches, so we couldn't patch the tire, and we were in the middle of the country so there was no store to stop at.)
We taught [investigator couple] this week who are doing great.
We visited the [Investigator] family this week, which was kind of depressing. The havn't been to church for nearly 3 months now, and when we passed by to visit them they had a completely different attitude. They were telling us that they felt that they could still do good things, like reading the scriptures, praying, etc, while they are at home and that they don't need to go to church. But I know that they know differently but they still are set on not coming to church. It's kind of hard to watch their family do so well, and then fall like that.
It was kind of interesting/fun this week, because there is a pastor that lives in Raeford that a lot of the missionaries in the past have known. Elder Chupin (he's our district leader and he also served in raeford before, so he knows the pastor), when he came on exchanges with us introduced us to the pastor and he got a dinner with the pastor set up. The fed us a lot of food and it was really good. They are a really great family and were really nice to us. They've had a deal with the previous elders and the told us this also that that we'd not try to teach them anything and they won't try to convert us either, so their great people and it was fun to get to know them, but I don't know how often we'll go back.
I think that pretty much sums up my week