by Regin Reyno
|Feet First. Klement's Male Chorus|
1. The Holy Spirit tells us so. The Lord is soon to come. We must work while the day lasts; for the night is coming, in which no man can work.
The Lord calls for every talent of means and ability to be put to use.--Ellen G. White, Manuscript page 308
Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And I said, "Here am I. Send me!" Isaiah 6:8
God calls for volunteers to work in His vineyard. In Cambodia we will be doing church services programs, tract and book distribution, home visitations, and orphanage feeding program. Meanwhile we will offer songs of encouragement to patients in Bangkok Adventist Hospital. By doing these small things, the Lord will bless it and it will reap great results.
Once we work for the Lord, our focus will be on diverted from the things of this world to the things above. We will have a much intimate relationship with our God. The Lord is coming very soon as evidenced by the signs around us. Our focus by this time should be on the things above. The things of this world are just but temporary. And by working for the Lord, we will be able to have a constant connection with Him therefore strengthening our faith and relationship with Him. "I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing. John 15:5
We will be able to experience real happiness and the peace that passeth all understanding, which can only be found in the Lord.
Additional quote from the Spirit of Prophecy: “When you succor the poor, sympathize with the afflicted and oppressed, and befriend the orphan, you bring yourselves into a closer relationship to Jesus.--Testimonies, vol. 2, p. 25
|hotel pool. Conrad Bangkok|
This trip focuses not just on the sights or touristy places; rather it focuses on culture, adventure, nature, and ministry.
|Ta Phrom. Temples of Angkor|
You will be able to see the shooting location of Tomb Raider I starring Angelina Jolie.
|Klement junior days|
phot credit: Cresy Budayao
Baijan, our official videographer and cinematographer will make a documentary out of this trip, using his Canon 550D with 50mm 1.8 and Sigma 50mm 1.4 lenses.
In this trip, we will sleep in dormitories and guesthouses, maximum of 6 persons per room and a minimum of two persons in one room. There will be at least someone to share your experiences, plans, joys, and discouragements, therefore improving your social life. You will also be given opportunities to speak or participate in church services and interact with the locals. There will also be sharing time, open-forum time, discussions, pool time, chikka time, and bully time.