On Monday, during our P-Day, we visited an "escape room" called ParaCity. We were locked in a room for an hour and had to solve all kinds of codes, locks, and mysteries to free ourselves (which we succeeded at with plenty of time to spare!).
Elder Harris bought a board game called "Settlers of Catan" and we had a lot of fun playing with the other elders. I won the first two games. It's great that everything is in Hungarian!
A man from our ESL class invited us to a restaurant. It was a very good place where a daily menu (soup and main course) costs only 690 forints. It was very cheap and tasty too! Speaking of food, I baked bannock bread this week and it tasted delicious. The others liked it too.
A funny story: While knocking on doors, an older man told us not to waste our time talking to an old Bible believer like himself but to run after girls instead because we are young. I told him that the Bible says that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God, and that we sacrifice two years of our lives to talk to people about Jesus. Then the man said that we are very good and that he respected us. He thanked and wished us a good day.
The Trump inauguration was big news here and many people asked what we think about it. Haha.
During sacrament meetings I always translate for the Petersons, and I enjoy it because it helps me concentrate on the talks and teachings. I am now reading Hinckley's book and I just love it. Magdus has been a member for only three months and she has almost read the whole book. She loves "Uncle Gordon" and always talks about him when we teach her.
I wish you all a nice week,
|The elders serving in Kaposvár with Magdus|