As it gets colder, I am buying new things to keep warm. I haven't yet used the boots I brought from home, but the slippery ice will make wearing them a necessity soon. This week, I bought a hat to keep my ears warm. They are the first things to get cold as we walk up and down the Ger Horoolol (yurt district) to meet with investigators. My goal is to get through the winter without frostbite. I think I'll buy a warm coat this week. We are generally below 0°C these days, and we'll soon be below zero Fahrenheit.
Our newest member is doing well. She really desires to come to Church and learn. We recently started teaching the husband of another deaf member; that is going well. And our other investigator is progressing very well. It is important for all investigators to read the Book of Mormon to gain a testimony of the Restored Gospel. Most people here are Buddhist, and so it is a big change to learn about Christ.
An Area Seventy came to Mongolia this week to talk about Home Teaching. It is very important for us to do our Home Teaching so we can help each other stay strong in the Gospel. I hope we see improvement here now.