Friday, September 11, 2009

Save Mother Earth

The Seed Project
In collaboration with our Church's
Jubilee's theme : One Heart One Mind, we are now filling up on the 1000 hours of Community Service per year til 2011. WHEW! That's a lot of work . I think our ward has done 400+ hours so we're really proud of ourselves.

As you can see, being Green (not green like green jokes but being ) green as in environmental is the IN thing today. Notice in SMs you see green fabric shopping bags, and Recycle this and that, and the cleanup of Pasig (wonder if this is true).. So we wanted to share in the we really just want to help out in the Cleanup of mother earth. My sister ,being the Ward Activity Coordinator(with the help of my politically-active grandma), brought us together for The Seed Project:

Which is basically just a tree-planting activity... heck no! believe it or not, only the best of us actually dug the soil and planted the small soon-to-be trees. It was difficult! of course we were careful not to plant too much or the court would look like a jungle in the future. And we also painted us some walls. And ate of course. We went about doing good.. (quoting something i
* Everyone was told to wear green shirts

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Jubilee Kick Off

One Heart One Mind
The Church will celebrate it's 50th year anniversary in the Philippines on the year 2011.
So before anything else, we had a Jubilee Fireside Kickoff last January 3, 2009 at the AFP Theater. Ilang mga members lang sa stake namin ang nabigyan ng tickets. My family (except me, huhuhu) was there to join in that historic event. Right now Im green with envy.

Our stake provided a wonderful song number.. "United" (sorry i cant give you a vid right now, but they said it was great, well, to each his own)
What I am truly excited about is this:

One of the countrywide projects for the Jubilee is the rendering of two million service hours from 2009 to 2011 by members of the Church. Members are encouraged to do various acts of service in their communities, record their service hours, and report these to the Area Jubilee Committee or to the Public Affairs Department.

When this was revealed to our wards, we thought it would be an impossible task. But like the theme of the Jubilee, if we had one heart and one mind, we can accomplish this great feat. We were all excited to give out helping hands to our communities.

Thursday, September 3, 2009


Got your eye with the wrong spelling didnt i?


Welcome to LDS Filipina! When you search the blogosphere today, thousands of blogs support Filipina women.

I am a Latter Day Saint and a Filipina at that. I have seen a few Filipino blogs that are put up to support the cause of the LDS. So this blog has that purpose in mind. I am here to celebrate my life as Latter Day Saint in the Philippines.

What is an “LDS” by the way? LDS (Latter Day Saint/Saints) is a term used for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. You may recognize us more when we are called Mormons.

The very objective of this site is to tour my bloggerfriends to this life which not only shows the religious, but the happy, positive, and sometimes crazy world that i live in.

Since this is a very recent blog, some posts that i’ll be sharing are from those from the past.. past like last year..something like that.. have fun browsing!