Monday, March 12, 2012

What a Glorious Day!

Right - Adele Pan Gardner
It could not have been a more glorious day for the Followers of Christ feeding mission.   The sun was shining on Aala Skate Park, Hawaii, a beautiful backdrop for a day full of hope, blessings, and friends.  People gathered from far and near to partake in yesterday’s homeless feeding mission by Followers of Christ that resulted in an afternoon of fellowship, bringing those who have so little closer to Christ, filling empty bellies, and making new friends. The feeding mission was a result of a calling received by Adele Pan Gardner, who also has the blessing of plenty of family and friends eager to support her vision.   Adele and her excited supporters (including me) successfully executed the mission without financial support from any organized establishment, which makes the event a testament to feats large and small that can be accomplished in the name of the Lord.  

Hungry folks lined up to eat.

Many lined up from far and near to participate.

Acoustic guitar music provided by Adele's son added just the right touch!


A talented new friend joined in to add a musical touch.


A mighty salad that balanced the menu which also included fruit salad, juice, and one of Adele's hardy beef and potato casseroles.

Malia & Kike

Family having some fun!

Aunty Jean (foreground) & Steph


Aunty Jean, ready to serve...

2 new friends and me on the right

Awesome time of wonderful fellowship and meeting new folks.  It was a very humbling experience. 

Chow down time!

First friend in line.

Aunty Bev (far left)

Fellowship time is so important.

There was even time for fun while holding down the tent  during a wind gust.

Followers of Christ....say Amen!


  1. It's very refreshing to see someone that's not afraid of expressing their beliefs :]

  2. What a wonderful testimony of the LORD's will for our lives!!

  3. Hi, Karlo, isn't it sad that anyone should be afraid to express their belief's, especially when it comes to religion? Unfortunately, persecution for religious beliefs go back thousands of years.

  4. I love the photos! Everyone looks like they are having a blast.


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