Monday, Nov. 19
"The team has arrived in La Union. Praise God for the success of the mission!"
- Ace Concordia (2004 hours)
"Praise God. Nine-hour traverse and we're at our jump off point to Ligway, La Union, our last stop. Successful mission climb."
- Kz Abesamis (1556 hours)
"The team leaves at 6 a.m. today headed for home with the joy of serving God and stories of His great deeds!"
- Ace Concordia (0434 hours)
Sunday, Nov. 18
"To God be the glory for a successful mission day! The medical team was able to see 38 patients. Each patient was prayed for by a C4C prayer team. Many children participated in the children's ministry games, songs and story telling. The Kankanaey Bible survey was attended by four leaders of different churches in Badeo. The team has just finished sharing about what God has done today and are resting for tomorrow's climb to exit via La Union. Praise God for today's victory!"
- Ace Concordia (2245 hours)
"The team is breaking for lunch after a successful ecumenical service attended by more than 60 Badeo locals. The team is now preparing for the medical mission children's ministry and meeting with the church leaders for the Kankanaey Bible."
- Ace Concordia (1300 hours)
"Sunday morning is beautiful in Badeo as the ministry team prepares for a day of ministering to the people. The ministry day will feature a Sunday message, a medical mission kids' ministry, and a survey for the Kankanaey Bible."
- Ace Concordia (0926 hours)
Saturday, Nov. 17
“The first mission team arrived at 3:20 p.m. and the second team composed of Doc Joja and Kz arrived at 4:30 p.m. completing the eight-person team for tomorrow's mission day! Praise God for their safety, please pray for the team as they minister to the people of Badeo!” – Ace Concordia (1641 hours)
“The team leaves today for the jump off polis junction at 5am to start the trek to Badeo.” – Ace Concordia (0415 hours)
"Doc Joja and me arrived 4am in Baguio and are now with Kolbel on their way to Kibungan. We'll try to catch up with the team who is 3 hours ahead of us." – Kz Abesamis (0417 hours)
Friday, Nov. 16
“The team arrived in Kibungan at 10 a.m. They were visited by the teachers of the villages of Badeo and Mogcao, who were in Poblacion for a youth sports fest. The team took the opportunity to conduct their survey regarding the Kankanaey Bible. They all acknowledged that they have no Kankanaey Bibles, only Ilocano and English. They all expressed their desire to have one to better understand God's Word and to teach the current generation of children the mother tongue of the Kankanaey. The teachers also received gifts from C4C members and food for the school Christmas party. The team is getting ready for devotion to prepare for tomorrow's climb." – Ace Concordia (2300 hours)