Through the course of nearly 18 months, I've taken so many pictures that are never viewed by anyone but me. This is a small taste of the unseen pictures that have been taken. Our Zone Conference pictures are at the end. If you have a missionary in the Angeles Mission, you'll definitely want to scroll down to see them.
|These are some of our dedicated Sisters as they greet everyone before church begins. |
The children are drawn to our Sisters who make everyone feel welcome.
|The Vicente's are the first couple that President Clark has married in the Philippines. |
They were a cute couple with two children and were married
days before they went into the waters of baptism.
|These are our priesthood leaders in our most remote area - Baler. The three men in the middle are three of the Branch President's of the Baler District. They are bookended by some of our wonderful missionaries who serve in Baler.|
|We dined at the Costa Pacifica Hotel with our Baler leaders and some of their wives. |
The rain outside did not dampen the enjoyable time we had with them.
|More missionaries return! This time they came back as a married couple! Sister Bongolto and Elder Wick are now Mr. and Mrs. Landon and Cherelyn Wick. We loved sitting down with them and hearing their love story across the miles on Skype.|
ZONE CONFERENCE - November 2015
In November we had Zone Conferences at four locations. With three zones at each meeting we have a very nice size for teaching and learning. The November Conference focused on teaching with the Holy Ghost, Sabbath Day observance, Follow-up 200 and Lesson Staffing. A great missionary spirit was felt and a good time had by all.
|Last Missionary Standing Winners|
It gets more difficult as time goes one to have just one missionary standing.
These sisters all tied for the 1st prize!
Way to go Sister McGoon, Sister Norman and Sister Resture.
|Sister Bonozo and Sister Remund are on fire! |
They are also the recipients of Last Missionary Standing.
Sister Cauilan and Sister Ioane were the winners of the Paniqui, Santa Ignacia and
Camiling Zones - Last Missionary Standing.
|In the Angeles, Mabalacat and Tarlac Zones, Sister Aguspina and Sister Ram won the prize.|
|Here is a group picture of seven of our India Visa-waiting elders. They have been in the Angeles Mission for over four months now. Four of the elders just found out they will be going back to India the end of December.|
We will miss them but we're glad they get to go back to the mission to which they were called.
|Zone Conference never goes by without a delicious treat at the end of the meetings. |
This time it is Sister Lopez' delicious banana bread.