On board a boat trip to Iloilo City for a pre-wedding session, feeling the cold air cascading through my hands and arms while cruising through bothered waves which seem expectant of the coming rain, I came to remember my mother and how blessed we are by the opportunity to be raised by her. Undying passion to support our every endeavor, tirelessly guiding us through our walks in life and is very much willing to wake up really early in the morning to cook our breakfast if we need to leave in the crack of dawn.
How amazing is motherly love, isn’t it?
Anyway, arriving at Iloilo City port, the man seated beside us woke up with long yawns after a nice snore-ful sleep, I remember Amir Kahn’s words in an Indian trip movie, “I’ll whack it!” as an expression of giving his utmost effort in the game Cricket, we thought to ourselves, let’s whack this session as we always do. Nobody who gave their best regretted it.
Meanwhile here are some photos from our recent Southern Negros engagement session.
Josh is a newly established missionary pastor at Mambato, Himamaylan City and seeing their not-yet-furnished-not-yet-manicured church building – as they just started the mission work – I thought it would be a cool location for their photosession. We then headed to the sugarcane and rice fields for yet another set of not-your-ordinary pre-wedding photos. Afterwards, the fish port, we imagined is just nice to end our pictorial.
They’ve ruffled through working out their wedding after a sweet 2-year “in a relationship” status and having that passion for the souls of the lost Hylen decided to go full-time in the ministry of the Lord to help out Josh.
May the sweetness prevail!
Enjoy the photos!
As a missionary pastor at Mambato, Himamaylan City, here are Pastor Josh and Hyl with their church members.