Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Sadanga Lolo

In 2007, Annalise was adopted as a granddaughter by a man at the Sadanga church we visited during our outreach.
When we went there last weekend, it was her first time back to the village since then. Her lolo (Ilocano for grandfather) brought his traditional outfit to the church when he heard she was coming. He asked for his picture to be taken with her and with our family. How can you turn down such a request?

This time I was not preaching but instead we are escorting the the Titus Project team as they spent the weekend teaching about Ephesians and giving a Bible overview on Saturday then teaching again on Sunday morning.

It was good to be back in the village, reconnecting with old friends and making new ones.


1 comment:

  1. Nat sez:

    Wow, what a great story! I love that.

    Better not blink, Lisa, or you will be the shortest one in the Fam! Those girls have grown so much...rice and chicken adobo must really be good for growing 'em tall.

    On second look seeing the stature of Annalise's Lolo, I think maybe it must have more to do with genetics...yes, definitely genetics.

    Love to you all,

    N (& S)