* Delegation Visit 2017 (3)

On Thursday, February 9, we made the trip to Provident Christian Church for the weekly class there.  Rev. Brummel spoke on "Raising Children in an Age of Selfishness."

Some members of the Berean PRC also came with us.  We picked them up on our way.

Rev. Brummel speaking

Sister Crysta visiting with Sister Muriel afterwards

Elder DeBoer visiting with Brother Dick (Berean PRC) and Bros. Anthony and Paul

Merienda time

Rev. Brummel and Kuya Rico

Saturday, February 11, we had some time for a little drive into the countryside.

Overlooking the country side east of Antipolo

On Sunday, Rev. Kleyn went by himself to Provident Christian Church to preach there.  The rest of us went to Maranatha PRC, where Rev. Holstege and Rev. Brummel each preached once and the men met with the consistory.

A photo with some of the members after church

Meeting with the consistory

While the men were meeting we entertained the kids by reading to them.

Sunday night we had our supper by Holsteges and did some singing together.

Monday, February 13, the Holstege family all had an appointment with the Bureau of Immigration for the processing of their visa.  We were all able to travel together to the Immigration office.

Waiting for the ladies from the Christian Missionary Service to arrive to assist us.  Rev. Flores also was present.  He signed the documents which showed that the PRCP is sponsoring the Holsteges to be missionaries here.

Keeping the children occupied while we waited

Once the CMS ladies arrived and could help the Holsteges, the rest of us were able to go for a short walk along the river by the Immigration building.

Rev. Flores took these pictures while the Holsteges' documents were being processed.
Thanks to him for letting us use his pictures.
(The CMS ladies are the lady immediately on Sis. Leah's left and the two ladies by the blue pole.  We are thankful for their help in dealing with the government requirements.)

Signing some documents

The delegation left for home on Tuesday morning.  We thank God for safe travels and for their willing assistance and many encouragements in the work.

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