We inspected two apartments today. Both of the apartments were quite clean and orderly. I think the inspections and the notes with instructions that Renee leaves for the missionaries have helped. One of the missionaries whose apartment we inspected has recently had some problems with wasting time playing with Pokemon cards. The zone leaders took his cards a few weeks ago, and he was quite upset. While doing the inspection, I looked to see if he still had any cards. He had a note on his suitcase indicating it was his personal property and no one was to open it. We chuckled at the note, but we decided not to irritate him more by opening his suitcase.
In the evening we attended a baptism in the Beneva Spanishing-speaking Branch. The brother who was baptized is the husband of an until recently less-active member. His 15 year-old son was baptized a few weeks ago. I believe this will be a strong family and a help to the branch.
We took Elders Willden and Stanley back to their apartment following the baptism. We got there at about 8:30. They said they still had some time for proselyting, so they asked us to drop them off at a nearby parking lot. They were going to use the last few minutes to talk with people.
The seminary lesson today was on Amos. The message was the importance of having prophets.