Well, Happy late Valentine’s Day everyone,
I hope all of yours were much more romantic than mine :) We've had another great week here in Nykøbing Falster. We can't believe how much the work has picked up in comparison to how it was just a few weeks ago. Elder Zalewski and I are are just on fire! We can't be stopped! We get along great actually. He's a retired standup comedian from Minnesota and he's absolutely hilarious! Our teaching styles really go well together.
Side note: Sorry if any of my English sounds funny. In Danish there is a grammatical concept called inversion, and we missionaries tend to let it leak into our English sometimes.
We have a new investigator called *K*. He's the best friend of *M*, that less active man that was recently reactivated and went to the temple for the first time. *K* is absolutely amazing! I've never heard anyone be so accepting of the first lesson as he was. It went soooo well :) He said yes to baptism, but does not have a date as of right now. Hopefully he doesn't chicken out and we can set a date at our appointment with him tomorrow night.
The other night we were in a city called Vordingborg to teach a man who lives out there, and as we were SPRINTING to catch the next train home, Elder Zalweski's wallet must have fallen out of his pocket because we couldn't find it when we tried to check into the train station. It had ALL of his important cards in it along with 800 crowns.... so if you could pray that it makes its way back to us, that would be great :)
Oh I dunno if you guys heard, but there was a shooting in Copenhagen on Saturday night!! A Muslim man shot a Jewish man, so a Christian man shot the Muslin man to get revenge and then the Christian man was killed in a shootout with the police in which two police men were shot. All this in the name of religion.... so sad. Sounds like it could have all been solved with a little Christ-like attitude. Copenhagen needs the Church now more than ever.
Well, have a great week my loved ones! I hope you're all staying warm, cuz we're not ;)