No time to email, didn't even get to read yours this week.
We had a crazy guy break into the chapel while we were using the computer for weekly planning. We came out and asked him what he was doing and he told us his life story - for some reason people always open up to missionaries. He had a crap life, and was stranded up north because he didn't know anyone and he lived all the way down in Wellington (about a 16 hour drive south). He was trying to get back but he didn't know what else to do so he came to the church to pray and ask for help because he had talked to some Elders in Wellington. He just kept saying "It's Christ or Crime." He didn't want to steal anything but he didn't know what else to do at this point. We gave him a Book of Mormon and had him wait at the chapel (Well outside because we locked it up, still didn't fully trust him.) We went to our flat, got him some food, because you could tell he was starving, and we gave him what cash we had. He was so grateful and he went on his way. It really surprised us but it was a good change. He told us he would take the lessons from the Elders in Wellington, well we kinda made him promise that he would. Pretty Crazy stuff.
I also tasted a Maori medicine this week called kumaraho. It was supposed to help with my asthma which isn't even that bad but I couldn't even swallow it, it was so disgusting.
No new news with our investigators we were able to see almost none of them this week. We had a zone conference and President Balli has received inspiration that the mission is going to shift up a few gears. In a years time he believes we could be baptizing 8 people per comp per month. I think we can do it, but it is going to be really hard, but really exciting as well.