Some time ago a member of our high council taught me a great lesson. His
basic idea related to retention was that we should ask if someone / some
family loved the new convert. If that was the case, then we didn't have much
to worry about. They would have someone to answer questions, sense if there
was a need, be close to them, and a home where they could go to see how to
live the gospel. If we were not sure that someone / some family loved them
then tracking forms and discussions in meetings weren't going to help much
and we were at risk of losing the new convert.

Did I get it close, John? I've always remembered what you taught me in that

You said it better than I could have, President Hamblin. BTW, your talk in stake conference last night was the best talk of the evening. Thanks. Even Elder Cook's talk wasn't as good. Just my opinion, of course. --JWR

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