Yep, good work. We got two less active members back to church this week, one of which has taken to feeding us every week. She used to be a professional cook, her husband died about eight years ago and she left the church after that. We met with her twice, and got her to come back to church the following week. This was the text we got from her afterwards:
"Hello boys, thank you for today. I was so happy to be with you today, I prayed for a change in my lonely life and He sent you boys to change my life. Women's relief society asked the ladies to feed the missionaries, you are my boys every Friday. A few of the friends I had in the church have died, but it doesn't bother me as much anymore, I bet they have fun chatting about us here on Earth. I hope they don't send you away now that you've found me and made my life so good. Keep well, love Sis. Courtney."
Amazing. It's really taught me that we are not out here to sell something, we are out here to change lives. Want to hear another miracle? Someone came onto chat the other day saying they were looking for questions to be answered and found an interesting blog. The first she looked at was Elder Wrights, and the second was mine. We asked her where she got her information on the Church from. When we found out it was our blogs, we freaked out :) She's already mentioned baptism...digital missionary work is awesome.
Alright, I need to head, but I have some stuff to say before I go. First of all, President Millar suggested that we ask if anyone back home had questions about doctrine. Because, as a digital missionary, you're blessed with quite a bit of scriptural knowledge, and President wants us to be actively improving members' understanding of the scriptures and of doctrine in general. So, if you have any questions in your studies or just about church beliefs, I would be happy to hear them and answer :) I have quite a few seasoned missionaries at my disposal, so take advantage while you can ;)
Second, if you have been checking out my blog, let me know if I could do anything to improve or change it. It's great to hear feedback from people besides other full time missionaries.