Sister Sarah Curtis

Spain Madrid Mission



Sister Sarah Nicole Curtis
Spain Madrid Mission
Calle Fuerteventura 4,3, Office 8b
28703 San Sebastian de los Reyes


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September 12, 2017

Monday, May 30, 2016

One Transfer Down

Hello hello! I don't know where to start with this week besides it was so hard and I'm glad it's over with. :) grateful to have a fresh start with this new transfer, new goals set as a companionship, and we're excited and ready to work! This week was definitely a roller coaster, ups and downs and a lot of flexibility. Some highlights from the week... -THANK YOU THANK YOU FOR THE PACKAGE!!! We had a training meeting on Thursday with all the new missionaries and presidente, and i got it then. Thank you MOM! -We went on intercombios with our sister training leaders in B2. It was really fun, and it was perfect to take a step out of our area for 24 hours, and come back excited and ready to go. Hermana berry was my companion and she is related to the Barneys?! Such a small world and so fun to put that connection together. During the intercombios we taught a lesson in English and I didn't even know what to say? Phrases were coming to my head in Spanish.... It was so cool but so weird. 

Sunday night we went to visit a family with the Elders because Elder Wade got transferred so he was saying goodbye, and we were getting to know them. Long story short, the gift of tongues is SO real. We said a kneeling prayer with them because their daughter is really sick and she is in the US and they can't visit her.. The prayer was so powerful and most of us were left in tears. -probably my favorite part of the week is when our cute Nietos, progressing investigators CAME TO CHURCH!!! WAHOOOO!!! We have been teaching 3 grandkids of someone in our ward since the week we got here and this past week all 3 of them came to church!! I was so excited to see them and it was so fun to have them at church with us! 

Here in the mission, and in our lives, we see many many miracles. Whether it be making my first phone call to someone in Spanish this week (!!!!), opening my mouth and being able to say something, prayers being answered, people we pass by in the street, being able to eat a hamburger, drink hot chocolate, cup of coke, or even as simple as making it out of bed in the morning. We have tender mercies every day, every second, and God is in everything. 

This week has been really hard and I'm not sure what to say, but I know that in we press forward, with a steadfast in Christ, and just do our best, Heavenly Father will help us, guide us, and he will be there every step of the way. 

Hope all is well, thank you for the love, support and everything! I'm alive, Spain is awesome and I love it!! 

Much love from Spain, Hermanita Curtis 

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