me and Gandhi-ji. Haha this is a cool set-up at one of the malls here in VJW.
"did you all plan to wear red ties?" yes. It was my birthday, I thought it would be fu.
Tuesday. In India, it is the custom to feed the birthday person a piece of cake haha. It's a lot of fun.
E. Tahiliani is taking the selfie, then from left to right: E. Ramishetty, myself, Krishna (one of our investigators), and Elder Kommalapati. This was my birthday lunch, the food was life changing Chef Ajay (Elder Kommalapati) cooks really well.
me, Elder Kommalapati, and Sam, one of our recent converts.
Hello all, how goes it this week?
This past week was awesome, we found two new SOLID families to teach, both of which are strong member referrals and they're awesome. Cool little background story about one of the families: the husband and wife were both strong Hindus before and right after their marriage, until one day, something happened (I don't remember what exactly, the story was relayed in Telugu) and the wife fell from a three-story building. She called out Jesus' name and was not injured or even harmed from her fall. From that day forward they have been strong believers in Jesus Christ. I think that's pretty cool.
This weekend was a blast, it was a weekend of celebration: Saturday was my birthday and it was so much fun. Elder Kommalapati, serving in Vijayawada A (haha), made ghee rice and chicken fry upon my request for my birthday lunch. That afternoon we traveled to Rajahmundry and had a small birthday celebration which consisted of eating beef kebabs, Arun brand ice cream (the best ice cream in the world, the one I got was caramel, banana, and cotton candy flavor), and drinking Artos (a drink that strongly resembles red creme soda haha). Then Sunday was Friendship day, which is a big thing here in India, so that was fun. And today is Raksha Bandhan which is like Sibling day I think, so shout out to my siblings, I love 'em.
Lotta photos comin' your way this week, enjoy!
Have a great week and keep the faith,