Upcoming Mission Trip

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We are getting ready for the upcoming mission trip in January. Part of our family will be in Manila until March 8th. God has blessed us with enough help from our fundraising effort and through people like you that we can all go and spread God’s love and His Word to the lost. Here’s what we will be doing:

 

  • Treating 800 – 1,000 patients during a medical mission
  • One on One and Group Bible Studies
  • Feeding Programs
  • Visitation and encouragement of the weak
  • Teaching and preaching at different churches
  • distribution of School Supplies and clothes that were donated
  • Encouragement of the fellow workers of the church

 

Twinville and Friendship Road churches of Christ:

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Two souls were converted to Christ at Friendship Road church of Christ in November. They are the brother and mother of Divina Efren, a tutorial parent. Also in November the church had a get together and fellowshipped through devotional and food. They also had feeding programs in October.  In the tuorial Center, they had a United Nations Parade around the neighborhood and celebrated with the tutorial children. Brothers Danni and Steve have been busy having Bible Studies and visitation in both the Twinville and Friendship Road churches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calamba Church Report

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 Brother Jonathan has been busy doing Bible studies for the parents at Calamba Tutorial Center and his outreaches in Calamba church. In October, we welcomed into the Kingdom of the Lord, our new sister in Christ Jocelyn Rasga, and Bro. Edgardo Abadilla. To God be the Glory.

At this time, the Calamba church is needing help financially in installing their windows and roof  which leak in their upstairs building. If you want to help, just let us know.

 

 

 

 

Payatas Outreach

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As the year ends, Felipe and Clarita Cariaga are still busy with their outreach in Payatas. They continue with the livelihood program by teaching more mothers skills like jewelry making, cooking and sewing. At the same time they have devotionals and Bible studies for those who are interested to learn more of the Lord.

Last month they honored Thelma, one of the oldest worker in the church in Payatas and presented her a plaque of appreciation for all the things that she has been doing in outreaching the community.

 

 

 

 

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