The week started with a District Meeting followed by another exchange, this time with the District Leaders. Elder Pereira got to serve with Elder Rapata in Lancaster, and as they got to know each other, they found out that the theory of 'six degrees of separation' is correct when they discovered they had mutual friends': Elder Rapata's sister studied in Portugal for 9 months, during which she stayed at the Esteves' house (who are very close family friends'). The two Elders' had a very good spiritual experience while teaching; Elder Pereira said: "The Lord definitely works in mysterious ways!"
Sunday made Elder Pereira very happy and excited, when three of his and Elder Leimgrub's investigators went to church and set baptism dates with them!
He was also happy to hear Ipswich Ward now has two missionary companionships and that one companionship is of Elders.
Keep writing to him, he loves getting letters!