A glimpse of Saipan and Tinian

Here are a few things we were able to experience while at Saipan and Tinian for the past two days. Tomorrow we will be in Guam for the last leg of our trip:

A huge welcome was given at the airport from the students of the Saipan Seventh-day Adventist School.

The Saipan Seventh-day Adventist Clinic is a dental officie that is located next to the Saipan Seventh-day Adventist Church. It is operated by Dr. Ken Pierson.

A patient having work done at the Saipan Seventh-day Adventist Clinic.

Dr. Ken Pierson speaks to one of his patients.

The Saipan Central Church is home to about 70 members.

Larry Blackmer, Debra Brill, Carlos Sotomayor (pastor of the Saipan Church), Dan Jackson, and Michael Martin (pastor of the Kagman Group).

The Kagman SDA Group is home to approximately 30 members. It also operates a satellite dental clinic for the Saipan SDA Clinic.

Combined Wednesday night prayer meeting with the Saipan and Kagman churches.

Students of the Saipan SDA School participate in morning worship.

Michael Berglund, principal of the Saipan SDA School, leads out in morning workship

Grades 1 and 2 of the Saipan SDA School

A little recess - First and second grade students of the Saipan School put together a puzzle

Hard at work - a student of the Saipan SDA School

Yadira Sanchez is a student missionary in the kindergarten class of the Saipan SDA School.

Young Sun Han (second left) is pastor of the Saipan Korean Company. He and his wife also operate an ESL program out of the church. The Company is located on the second level of an apartment building.

Tinian SDA Company

NAD workers with a few members of the Tinian Company


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