Hello Again! Here are a few more pictures from life here in the Philippines. Explanations are in the captions. Coming up in another post will talk about Christmas and New Year celebrations. We hope your holidays were happy and filled with wonderful family memories!
|We went on a visit with the District President, to see Brother|
Torres. He is raising his grandchildren. We have counted
at least 6. He is a recent convert and so faithful! They
are playing in a sidecar of a tricycle (motorbike).
|A beautiful Fiesta FEAST put on by the Miranda Family.|
Our eyes were bigger than our stomachs! Delicious!
|Waiting outside the house described below.|
|This is Elder Vuetibau, an elder that served in|
our zone several months ago. We became very
close with him and we admire him. He is a
|Some of our great sisters, Sister Sarfraz and Sister McMillan.|
Sister Sarfraz is from Pakistan and has an amazing story about
growing up in the Church in her country. She comes from a strong
family who have endured through persecution.
|Waiting for the bonka boat to take us across the river|
to an investigator living on an island. The "driver" pulled the
boat across with a rope that was attached to poles on each side of the river.
|We're off! 5 pesos per person each way, which is|
about a dime.
|The view down the river.|
|Later that day we got to meet a new investigator. We were|
excited to get to know Sister Canlas and her sister.
|The view from our teaching appointment in the|
|We have introduced you to the Dorimon Family before. |
Sister Dorimon, in the black sweater, built a new house since the
first post where you met them. Her daughter (the one holding
the pamphlet), has now joined the Church. Hooray! We love
|This is Nanay Dorimon's husband. His job is to make coal|
for people to cook with. Imagine doing this all day in
this severe heat!