Friday, November 23, 2012

November Arriving Batch and Transfer Day

                                               November Arriving Missionaries
         Front row (L-R):  Elders Rabanes and Macabenta, Sisters Velasco, Leuluai and Valera,
         Elders Rostan and Artigo. Middle row: Elders Hansen, Sta. Ana, Catt, Dearing, Wilding,
         Moreno and Marafina. Back row: Elders Tung-Loong, Bowers, Lipscomb, Rowbottom,
         Sugden, Germaine and Comer.

                 The sisters all met at the mission home to visit before the Transfer Meeting.

                       Having a bite to eat after                  Sisters Valera, Leuluai and Velasco
                        arriving in the mission

                    After transfers are announced, the companionships gather their luggage
                                  and other belongings and start loading the jeepneys

                      Elders Wilding and Santiago                  Sisters Montojo and Leuluai

                  President with a few good elders               Baguio Zone missionaries with
                                                                           Zone Leaders- Elders Dickey and Taylor

      San Fernando La Union (SFLU) missionaries with Zone Leaders- Elders Bolen and Castillo

           (L) Lingayen Zone missionaries with Zone Leaders- Elders Halvorsen and Millevo.
           (R) Dagupan Zone missionaries with Zone Leaders- Elders Shaw and Esling

                    Rosales Zone missionaries                 A few Urdaneta Zone missionaries

                Both pictures are of missionaries in Urdaneta Zone. Zone Leaders, Elders
              Dela Cruz and Matthews, are standing in front of the jeepney before it leaves.

                                                    Mangaldan Zone missionaries

                     Mangaldan Zone (L-R) Elder Slaughter, Zone Leaders - Elders Azores
                                 and Bernal, and new missionary Elder Tung-Loong.


  1. President and Sister Monahan,
    Thank you for posting the missionary photos. We were anxiously waiting for it knowing that we will somehow see our son's photo (Elder Comer) and we did. He has told us in his email that President Monahan has the spirit of the Lord. We will pray for continued success of the Baguio Mission
    Emmie Comer

    1. Thank you, Sister Comer, for your prayers and support. Elder Comer is a fine missionary and we are so happy to have him in the Baguio Mission!
      Sister Monahan