Thursday, July 18, 2013

July Interviews Continue

Naic Zone
 The Beautiful Naic Chapel. 
Our missionary interviews are scheduled to start at 11:00am and are held quarterly. The length of time we spend with each zone depends on how many missionaries are assigned there. Today we were in the Naic Chapel from 11:00 - 4:00 interviewing missionaries - we have 18 there. Then, because Naic is a district, President Tye also did baptism, temple recommend, and prospective missionary interviews from 4:00 - 7:00. It was a long day!

Cavite Zone
 This is the Rosario Chapel and basketball court/parking lot. I think the big white clouds behind it makes it look beautiful too. The white van belongs to the Assistants, and the two walking up to the ward are two of our sister missionaries - right on time for interviews. All the LDS churches have the basketball court outside. The weather is great all year, playing in the rain feels good, and it makes it possible to build smaller ward/branch buildings. Makes sense to me!
(plus you don't have to worry about the early morning basketball players moving the tables and decorations that are set up for a Relief Society luncheon or some other auxiliary meeting.)
 These are all of the Cavite Zone - minus one? I bet the other elder was having an interview with President Tye when I took this picture.
 President Tye is very tall.
This is a "Thank You" poster the missionaries are signing for President and Sister Stucki of the Manila Mission. Shhhh . . . it's a secret!

1 comment:

  1. Yay you kept your promise and posted pictures from the Naic zone. And most meaningful of all is the picture of our son, Elder Sanchez with President Tye. Thank-you Thank-you Thank-you for posting these and writing this blog! I hope you had a chance to actually talk a bit with Elder Sanchez. You are so lucky you got to see and be with him. Oh how we love that son of ours and we love and appreciate you and your husband so much.
    Love, Melinda Sanchez