T H E  P H I L I P P I N E S

January 2018 

 

We have recently returned from our month long mission in the Philippines and we were so blessed to see God usher at least 1,000 souls into His kingdom in our time there. We hosted 15 events for healing and sharing the Gospel with the churches Jesus is Lord and Kaingin Baptist Church and lead some meaningful, Spirit filled street ministry. God provided over $13,000 US dollars to purchase food and provisions that we brought to the people by the truckload. Beyond encountering God and being born again into the family of Jesus, the churches in the Philippines  value intentional discipleship, meaning that all of those who accepted Jesus Christ were guaranteed a spot in Bible studies and church communities for deeper teaching. Our church partners Jesus is Lord and Kaingin Baptist Church both had to add an extra Sunday service hour to have enough room for all of the new people who decided to start attending after this year and last year's revivals.
 To sum it up, people were fed physically and spiritually, people were healed, eyes were opened to the love of God and people were welcomed into the Kingdom forever.   

 

Check out our photos and some of their stories below!

This precious little one was wheel-chaired in with crippled legs unable to walk  and after prayer and the love of Jesus made her first steps and walked. Praise  God!

This precious little one was wheel-chaired in with crippled legs unable to walk  and after prayer and the love of Jesus made her first steps and walked. Praise  God!

“He was beaten so we could be whole, he was whipped so we could be healed” Isaiah 53:5
 
 

THANK YOU! 

All of you played such a vital role in God's plan  for the Philippines by donating time, money and  resources to this mission. We are so grateful to  have been a part of it, and are so grateful to all of you for being a part of this incredible  experience with us. 

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The Philippines 2017

In the philippines...

There are 586 slums in Manila alone. A large portion of the area in the Philippines we visit is stricken by extreme poverty. We have been to the Philippines three times, each time producing overwhelming aide, growth and revival. People were healed and we were honored to witness almost one thousand salvations. We have brought thousands of pounds of rice and other foods to the people living in slums and landfills in the Philippines, fed and clothed the homeless children living in the parks, spoken in churches to bring the Gospel, and developed relationships that continue to grow and increase our desire to return to the Philippines again.