Elder San Diego's Address

Explanation on Sending Packages and Letters

If you would like to send a letter:
Elder Eric San Diego
Apartado Postal 118-184
Gustavo A. Madero
Mexico, D.F. C.P 07051

If you want to send a package:

You write this exactly, including Elder Jose Luis Escobar Maya (They don't like more than one name coming to the same PO Box when dealing with packages).

Elder Jose Luis Escobar Maya
Apartado Postal 118-184
Gustavo A. Madero
Mexico, D.F. C.P 07051

To make sure Elder San Diego gets the package just make sure his last name is in the return address (or next to the return address).

October 1, 2012

"Trust In The Spirit And His Power To Testify!"

Hey folks!

Great week!

Not much time to write, but I'll just give a brief update of some things that are going on.  We have one investigator, Bertha, who is amazing.  The first time we taught her, we taught about the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  When the Spirit was among us, we used the six steps and identified it with her.  As I talked about baptism and the importance to follow Jesus Christ, I was scared to invite her to be baptized because she had told us she was a Christian and I was a little nervous to resolve her possible doubts.  But, I trusted in the Spirit and his power to testify and asked her if she had followed the example of Jesus Christ to which she responded, "no".  We then invited her to follow Jesus Christ's example and be baptized and she accepted.  She has gone to church and a baptismal service both in which she has felt the Spirit strongly.  She loves everything and feels great.  We even had the opportunity to invite her brother with us to the baptism and he also loved it!  As I was talking to him I invited him to also prepare to be baptized with his sister as he had just seen in the service and he said he would.  We are doing great and learning lots of things.  Great times and more stories to come next week!

I love you all!  Have a good one!

¡Ten fe y se obediente!

Todo mi amor,
Elder San Diego

We ate at McDonald's today and one of the workers came up to us and asked if we wanted to contribute ten pesos to a McDonald's Charity fund here in Mexico and I said "sure!" Ronald McDonald, you saved my life by giving me a scholarship to go to school. For that, I thank you by eating in your establishment and giving ten pesos to help you out among the Mexican people.
Climbing up "the Hill"

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