Preparing for the July DTS






YWAM Baguio | DTS
YWAM Baguio | DTS

Cleanliness is next to godliness!

Since YWAM Baguio is located in the tropics, it’s important to regularly clean and polish eating utensils, dishware, and cookware.  This is for the health and safety of all who visit and volunteer alongside us – no matter how long they stay. 

We want to ensure everything is disinfected and ready for use prior to the start of our next Discipleship Training School.  Wow!  Is it July already?!?!!

Scour Away the Rust!

Did you know that rust harbors microscopic bacteria?  One puncture or scrape from something rusty, like a nail or other metal material, could lead to a serious case of tetanus! 

Tetanus is an infection that causes painful muscle contractions.  Left untreated, it can lead to death.  This is why it’s important to clean fresh wounds with antibacterial wash immediately to avoid infection. This is also why it’s important to clear away construction debris (like rusty nails) and to paint exposed metal (so that it doesn’t rust).

YWAM Baguio Staff scouring & Painting

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Painting Makes Everything Look Spiffy!

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