About the Work Team Work at Visayan Nazarene Bible College

Team Work at Visayan Nazarene Bible College

    The Upstate New York District Work & Witness Team arrived to Cebu City in the wee hours of the morning on July 7, and were welcomed by President, Pastor Sam Tabuena and his wife Annabelle.  The team did not know all the blessings they would receive on this trip or the blessing they …

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About the Work Basketballs, Moving, Celebrating Life, Working with Passion, and Strategizing!

Basketballs, Moving, Celebrating Life, Working with Passion, and Strategizing!

It feels like forever since our last blog post!  So much has happened!  So let’s go back to the middle of May.  We were invited to attend the Pastors and Lay Leaders Conference (PALCON).  It was very exciting to see the leaders of our church communities worshipping, learning and sharing together.  We were also asked …

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About the Work Loss and Walking the Journey

Loss and Walking the Journey

Almost two weeks ago we said goodbye to Kevin’s mom, Deborah Alice Trowbridge.  It was not really goodbye…  more like “see ya later”.  But, we will really miss her!  Mom began to have stomach issues last fall.  She was losing weight and not feeling well.  At 91 she deteriorated quickly.  At about 3 weeks before …

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About the Work First Team, Projects, and Car… It has been a month of Firsts.

First Team, Projects, and Car… It has been a month of Firsts.

FIRST TEAM COMES FROM ENC! Wow~  We have had an exciting month!  We had our first Work & Witness Team in early March.   The Philippine Field Office coordinated a wonderful week of learning and experiencing the Filipino culture for a group from Easter Nazarene College (ENC) and Kevin and I learned how to host a …

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About the Work Learning, Leading and Making New Friends

Learning, Leading and Making New Friends

We are about 1 month on the job here in Manila, Philippines.  There is so much to learn.  We have had many good teachers.  They give us training on culture, customs, how to ride a jeepney and other forms of transportation, and even how to shop for things you need.  Simple things can be very …

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