Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Random pictures...

Above is Fernando, one of the brothers that Chad studied with that got baptized, with his proud mom.

As you can see by the mound of food on Chad's plate..one of the best things about spanish assemblies is the FOOD! The sisters do not mess around...they bring enough food to feed an army...and Chad always manages to get some!!!

This is Tatiana...grand-daughter of the Criollo family...her parents aren't interested in the truth, but when she is visiting during the study she always sits in and raises her hand to comment! She is such a little lady!

The brother on the right is Harrison, the other one of Chad's studies
that got baptized.

Above is a photo of the Criollo Family after their baptism...(from left to right) they are Jessica (studies with me), Cristian, mom Elena (studies with me), Alexandra and Jairo.

The bottom photo was Jessica's first day preaching. We tried to put the camera on a post to take a picture of us...as you can see, I almost cut off our heads....haha


candia said...

Hi, Chad and Michele,
That's exciting about the baptisms and the new assignment!! Jehovah will help and bless you.
Your sister, Candia

AJ and Jordanne said...

Way to go guys! So exciting to have your student join you in service for the first time (and get baptized of course!) ~ sooo awesome!!

Also, I love Chad's mischievous face with the food!

Judy A said...

Great to hear from you. I was having withdrawal pains. All the smiling faces ( especially Chad's) was wonderful medicine. Nothing beats having a student progress to baptism. I'm sure you both will have many more.

kambelina said...

:( :( :( :( :( :(
I wanna be there.

Aggidio - JoAnn said...

Don't whine Kami. :b

Haines of Harmony said...

Congratulations to all those who were baptized! The Criollo Family really stood out to us when we were there, the love they showed to us "foreigners" at the meeting,who really struggled with their language. They are a great example for all of us. The Brother with Harrison, what is his name? He was in our service Groups a couple mornings but we can't remember his name.
Congratulations on your new assignment,as well.And we struggle with Spanish!
Dave & Linda