“Please pray for this new phase of long-term ministry to flood victims-survivors. May the Lord work faith in the hearts of many. May He use them to build His church in tent cities and permanent resettlement sites. And may He raise up pastors and church planters among them.” – Pastor Glem Melo
Six month and 15 days after Tropical Storm Washi (local name: Sendong) brought death and devastation to our city, more than 20 thousand families are still living and suffering in tent cities and evacuation center.
By God’s grace alone, our church’s mission team continues to preach and teach God’s word and serve more than 300 displaced families in tangible ways. Weekly visitation and Bible studies are conducted. Water purifiers, food, clothing, medicine, school supplies, stuff toys and other goods have been distributed. And we are not letting down on our “Relief to Rehabilitation to Church Planting” Program for flood victims-survivors.
With the beginning of the new school year, our ministry to those living in the tent cities and permanent resettlement sites in Calaanan takes on a new phase. Alarmed by rising gang activities and teen crimes in the area, the principal of P.N. Roa High School requested our PROTECT Network
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