Hope you all had a good week! Mine was interesting. I absolutely loved General Conference. I had so many prayers and questions answered. It went by way too quickly! I could listen to our prophet and his leaders ALL day! Darn it...gotta wait another 6 months!Anyways, something very cool happened this week! I unfortunately don't have a whole lot of time to email this week, but one of the coolest miracles happened this week! Do you remember that man I mentioned in my email last week that randomly came to church? Then he showed up to the TC and I felt really strongly like I needed to talk to him? His name is Nathaniel. Well, I figured I would never see this guy ever again. He said he was going to Lincoln that very night, so I just hoped that I was able to touch his life just a little bit before he left...well, after preparation day was over on Monday, Sister Durrant and I were walking up to the TC to grab our car, and guess who just happened to be driving down the road? Nathaniel! He wanted to check out the cemetery and couldn't figure out how to get in, so he asked us if we could go show him around so we did and had an amazing lesson with him. Completely led by the Spirit, and by the end of it he told us he wanted to be baptized! He is homeless and was staying with his niece, so he gave us his niece's phone number and we gave him our number, and hoped maybe we could keep in contact and get him to stay in Bellevue so we could continue to teach him! We weren't really sure if it would actually work since he was still planning on going to Lincoln...but he ended up texting us that night and basically telling us that he wanted us to teach him and that he was so grateful for us and all this other stuff. So we talked with our bishop to see if we could find a place for him to live, so we set up an appointment for him to meet Nathaniel...and long story short...Nathaniel was really needing money so he could get to Lincoln, so bishop Rose got him to help with ward building cleanup, and then Nathaniel was off! I was really worried that he was just using us and bishop Rose to get the money he needed, but we found out that Nathaniel is now meeting with missionaries in Lincoln. Thank goodness! At least I know now that I did touch Nathaniel's life just a little bit and helped him have a desire to be baptized even though I am not going to be the one to do that. Always have to remember that The Lord is in charge and knows a lot more than I do. I didn't understand why I felt so strongly to talk to Nathaniel at the Trail Center when he came him, but now I do. The Lord needed me to soften his heart a little bit and help prepare him for other missionaries.