We also taught Liliana (I don't know if her name is Liliana or Liliani, so I'll probably end up referring to her as either) this week. She's progressed a TON. She told us that listens to us more than she goes to listens to Catholic people. She said that she's starting to believe the things that we're teaching her, but she doesn't want to convert unless she's absolutely sure. We invited her to come to a Child-of-record baptism later in September, and she said yes! We're going to invite her to come to a big fireside that the Mission President holds. She's having trouble finding time to read the Book of Mormon, but we're hoping that the fireside helps her. Some of the people speaking are a couple who started reading the Book of Mormon, finished two weeks later, and then were baptized. If she realizes that the Book of Mormon holds incredible truth, then she will want to read it enough to find time to do so. We're trying to find her a Portuguese copy, but we only have English and Spanish copies. Who ever thought that we would find a Brazilian in Fort Worth, Texas?
I love being out on a mission, and I know that even if I baptize all of Fort Worth, the most important convert will be me.
The family that fed them dinner sent this. He was on exchanges