Planning a baptism is one of the most stressful parts of the mission. Satan just is kind of really rude and doesn't like it when people decide to follow the example of Jesus Christ, so he messes things up a lot. But Sarah is so strong. She recognized that the crazy things that were happening to her was just Satan trying to get a her, and she never hesitated to pray for comfort and strength. She'd remind herself of the truthfulness of what she was doing and everything was okay. She is so amazing.
She came back out and the bishop welcomed her into the ward. She had the same twinkle in her eye she always had, but there was definitely something different about her. She receives the gift of the Holy Ghost next Sunday, and after that everything will fall into place:) She's already preparing to take names to be baptized for at the temple and is planning on receiving her endowment as soon as she can. She loves her Father in Heaven and wants to do everything she can to be the best she can be and to follow in the example of her Savior, Jesus Christ. Sarah is such an amazing woman and I am eternally grateful to have been one of the missionaries to bring her to the waters of baptism. What a humbling experience.
My family writes to me every week. Apparently my little brother has been doing some missionary work on his own! What I've noticed is that being an example, being Christ-like and being an all around decent human, is what gets people interested in this gospel. It's what sparked the interest in Sarah, it's what is making it easy for my baby brother to find missionary opportunities. Be the good in the world!
Stay firm in the faith.
It is not our abilities that show who we truly are; it is our choices. - Albus Dumbledore.