Wow!! It seems like every time we have General Conference, I never want it to end! It is such an amazing thing to know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints really is guided by our Lord and Savior. He really does call prophets and apostles in our day, and they really do receive revelation to guide the whole Church, collectively, and individually. Just think about how blessed we are to have this guidance. I learned so many things and had so many prayers answered. When we pass for difficulties, we must remember our Master who descended below all things so that He could carry us in the hard moments. We need to strengthen our faith through sincere prayer and diligence--testifying fearlessly of the things we know! Do we really believe the things we know about the Atonement? About the Plan of Salvation? About the Restoration of the gospel? Are we, as members and missionaries, really doing all that we can to work together to bring this glorious message to the hearts of God's beloved children who have already accepted this plan long ago? We need to keep working! Keep our faith strong! As Pres. Uchtdorf said in the Women's Conference, many times, the promised blessings won't be found behind the first few doors on the first floor.This week we had a few ups and downs, but I am still SUPER HAPPY. Some members have taken up the cause to help us and presented us to some of their family and friends. Not every one wanted to hear, but there were some that did! Specifically, we taught an elderly man, Assis, who may or may not have Alzheimer's (we feel the Spirit so strongly in the lesson, he commits to read or pray, and afterwards forgets...), and another, Naldo, who has a lot of potencial. He has been seeking more spiritual light in his life. Jessica, a young woman that we have been teaching for the past month, finally got the courage to talk to her parents about being baptized, but her mom still thinks she hasn't been attending our Church long enough. Please pray for Jessica--she wants to be baptized so much, but her stepfather is very anti-mormon and has been treating her very poorly. We love her very much.