Is not enough. Remember the Pharisees during Jesus time? They were the religious people. They knew the law and performed at their best. Sadly, their performance was all a show. Jesus even called them snakes and brood of vipers. So what should we do? Let’s hear what Jesus has to say. “For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 5:20.
What? Surpass the righteousness of the Pharisees? What can I do to surpass the righteousness of the religious? The answer is Who can surpass the righteousness of the religious. Jesus. He was pointing everyone to Himself. He alone can surpass their righteousness. He alone is perfect. He alone is sinless. He alone is blameless. So He alone surpassed their righteousness! JESUS IS ENOUGH!
It’s been a while since I used tumblr for anything. So why don’t we start with something amazing that happened to me recently. :) Last month (since it’s already April), I got to go to Barcelona! And here are some of my favorite shots during my trip.
Just a beautiful street in Barcelona.
A maiden at Plaça de Catalunya
Parc Güell by Antoni Gaudi
Woman and her Basket by Antoni Gaudi at Parc Güell
At the very top of Parc Güell, one can see the panoramic view of Barcelona.
The Crypt (Church) of La Sagrada Familia. One can get in here for free.
La Sagrada Familia at night.
The Altar of La Sagrada
La Sagrada Familia is a must see. If one should pay for one place to see, this Basilica is it.
I hope you enjoyed looking at these pictures. I hope to be back in Barcelona, soon (September).
I was going through my notes when I shared my Philippines mission trip to my church and here’s some of what I shared.
How can we impact a person or the world?
- Know, be reminded, and embrace our identity in Christ.
- You are a world changer! We can make an impact
- Mark 8:34-35, It’s not about us! Get over ourselves! Say Yes to God!
- “I am not ashamed of the Gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes.” Romans 1:16
- God will do the impossible. God will open ears, God will open hearts and turn them to hearts of flesh.
“God—you’re my God!
I can’t get enough of you!
I’ve worked up such hunger and thirst for God,
traveling across dry and weary deserts.
So here I am in the place of worship, eyes open,
drinking in your strength and glory.
In your generous love I am really living at last!
My lips brim praises like fountains.
I bless you every time I take a breath;
My arms wave like banners of praise to you.”
-Psalm 63:1-4, MSG
A lot of people want to go to heaven. One problem, when the truth about Jesus Christ is presented to them, they refuse it.
Last July 23, we went to two sites with Metro Ministries. The first one was at a covered court. On this site, we had a chance to do the Dr. skit again. The kids definitely loved it. They laughed and enjoyed the skit. After the whole Sidewalk Sunday School program, our team helped Metro passing the bread. We gave each kid who was registered bread as his or her prize for listening and being quiet. I love that the guys in the group got to play basketball with the Nationals. Filipinos love their basketball. It was a mean to really connect with the youth of the Philippines.
After playing with the young people and the kids, we went to another site with Metro Ministries. We did the same thing with the kids but this time we had an opportunity to talk to the adults around the site. Kuya Mike, the person heading the Metro team, came up to me and asked if we wanted to minister to people. I said, “Yes!” We were there to communicate the message of Christ.
The nationals around the area were from Mindanao, the southern most part of Philippines. The people of Manila know them from the tribe called Badjao. They came to Manila to find jobs and livelihood. Sadly, when we saw where they lived, it was heart breaking because their “house” was a made-up tent. The things supporting the blanket were twigs I’m pretty sure they found around the place. It made me think about what happens when the rain pours down? What do they do? Where do they hide? While the ladies from the tribe were doing chores, the men were gambling, maybe another way to make money for the family.
When Ryan, Jason, Chris and I were building relationships with people, Mike (different from Kuya Mike) showed interest with what we were talking about, the Gospel. Mike grew up thinking that Muslims and Christians believe in the same God. When we were asking him why he believes that way, he replied it’s just the translation of Arabic to English, which messed up the view of people. The guys then started talking about that the God of the Bible, Jesus, is different from the god of the Koran. It was very hard talking to him because of all the religious belief that he had. I felt he was scared. I felt it was hard for him. I felt that he had a heart open for the Gospel. We also talked to him about how God is in heaven and sin bounded us from having a relationship with him. Even though we try our hardest to please God with our works, it won’t get us to heaven because of all the sins in our lives. We told him that God had a plan for us to have a relationship back with him. It’s Jesus Christ. He is the one how took away the barrier (sin) that was stopping us to get to God. When he learned about the truth about Jesus, he was speechless. He got it! He got who Jesus Christ really is. We asked him if he would follow Christ and if he would repent from his old self. He said Yes! Praise God because He was the one who moved in Mike’s life!
After we prayed for Mike, Ryan told me that Mike was the very first person that God used him to lead a person to Jesus Christ. Praise God! When we were done connecting Mike to a local Bible study group in the area, Chris approached me, saying he needed help translating to a young group of Badjao. On our way to the basketball court where the young Badjaos were, Chris told me that six of them prayed the prayer of salvation but he wanted to make sure that they understood what they prayed about. We got there and called five out of the six people back and started asking them if they understood what they prayed about and that they were not Muslims anymore and they are now Christians. When we told them that they need to go to a church, they were started saying no. We got the impression that maybe they didn’t understand it.
“Tell them, Muslims don’t go to heaven,” Chris said. I asked, “Are you sure you wanna say that?” Chris said, “Yes!” So I did. They were shocked when they heard that. I was surprised that they didn’t get mad at us. From then on I knew that the Holy Spirit was moving in their hearts. We also told them about the barrier analogy and how Jesus Christ came to take that barrier away. We also told them how Jesus Christ is the gift for everyone but it’s not a gift of your own if you don’t accept it. We kept repeating this truth to them and at the end, they were repeating it with us. At the end of our conversation, there were only two young people listening to us. Their names were JBoy and Rasdale. We asked them if they wanted Jesus to take the barrier in their lives and if they will accept Him as the gift and repent from their sins. They said Yes! Praise God!
We connected them with Kuya Mike so that they will be part of a Bible Study group then eventually, a church that will be planted in that area. It was a great day of God moving in people’s lives and hearts. My team and I were grateful to see salvations that day because it started with a question, “Do you want to talk to them?”
Please pray for Mike, Rasdale and JBoy as they grow in their faith and knowledge of who Jesus Christ is. :)
Last July 21st, we went to Taguig City for Sidewalk Sunday School. Our site was a values formation class in a school. We may not be able to have alter calls in the school but we believe that we are planting seeds to the hearts of the younger generation. I believe we are making an impact in their lives as they know more about the teachings of Christ and who He is.
During this site, I was playing phone tag with Pastor Lem, a friend of mine, to have the Filipinos we need to give out when there is salvation in the sites we go to. I finally got to see him. Man, I missed serving with him during my first and second missions trip in the Philippines. Even though our plan to meet was not fulfilled at all, he followed us to the site having a servant’s heart! Thank you Pastor Lem, you don’t know how big of an impact you are making in the lives of the Filipino people right now!
At the same site, I also saw one of my buddies in the Philippines, Pastor Bryan! :) I love this guys heart to serve the community and the church! He is an amazing man of God. He will go beyond what he does to serve and help people in need. Praise God for what he is doing in his life.
After this site, we went back home to eat lunch and regain strength for the next site. The next site we went to was a basketball court where we played with the kids. Our team also danced with them. I will always remember this place because in the doctor skit, I was the catch-all guy. The skit we practiced only had three sickness and the pregnant lady. With this one, they added three more sickness, which were the screaming person, the crazy leg and the crazy arms. You just have to wait for the video to see how exactly it went.
After this site, we headed back home but I had to take a MIG to the streets to look for a homeless family that my PD talked to. We were not able to find them though. According to the people around, they just have left 15 minutes before we arrived. We were kind of sad that we could not minister to them. But God had something for us to do because that’s just how He is. :) We saw this kid begging for money on the walk bridge. One of the members in the group, Kris, felt that she should do something for this kid. I told her giving money to the kid will not help him much right now because it’s not the best way to help kids on the streets. I told her that give her food, it’s going to help tremendously for the day. She was crying. She was saying that she has so much in the States and he has nothing here in the Philippines.
So she decided to buy him food from 711. We went to the store and got him so much food. After buying him food, we talked to the kid whose name was Jeremiah. Kris opened the pack of crackers and fed him. She grabbed the juice drink and put it on his lips so he can drink it. She asked him, if he ever had the kind of food she was feeding him. He said, “No.” It was heartbreaking to hear from a young boy that he’d never had crackers or juice. As we were talking to him, Kris really felt to just share her testimony to him. So she did, it was powerful to tell the kid that God loves him even though Jeremiah may not feel he’s loved.
During our conversations with him, we learned that he is begging for money because his sister has asthma and she needs medication. Taylor, one of the missionaries, felt compassionate to say, she would buy the medication for the sister. We are still in the process of finding time to give him the medication and food.
As a team leader, I am extremely happy on what God did in the missionaries hearts. I know He is working in their hearts right now, and I know that God has something for them on this trip! I am proud of them because they’ve stepped up to the plate to really show the love of Christ.
- Pray for time that we could go out and minister to the people that I just talked about.
- Pray for God moving in the lives of the missionaries.
- Pray for God using us to spread His Message to the lost.
Thank you for reading this blog! God bless you all the time!
The day after a great victory in Metro Manila, we went to another squatter’s camp close to Laguna de Bay. Our team didn’t know what our role was when we got there. They just told us that we are going to minister to the Metro Ministries church partners in the area. During ministry, I went with the MIG of Ryan, Madison, and Emily. As we were walking around the area, I can tell that the place is not a place where I could like my family to live. It’s a place I am not comfortable with. Why did God show I to us? It’s because on that day, God wanted to minister to our team. He showed us that He did not make the world how it is now. He made it perfect for us. But it’s the sin, the pride to be better than God, which made the world how it is now.
When we were talking to one of the families, the father told our group that their neighbor’s daughter has a huge wound on her foot. Being with the group who had just seen a miracle the day before, we were encouraged to go next door and pray for the little five year old girl. As a team leader, I had to get in this house because I didn’t want any of my teammates to acquire anything that is dangerous. When I got there, I was broken and my heart felt pain. There on the floor, a pretty little Filipina girl was lying down on the floor of their tiny house. She had a pillow on the other leg that was not bad and the wounded leg was on top of a pillow. I felt that the team was safe to pray for the five year old because I believe that God will protect us, and there was a room to pray for them. When the group got in, I asked Ryan to pray for her. After we all agreed in prayer, we looked up and saw that the 6-inch would was still there.
We got out of the little girl’s house, and talked outside. I saw Madie crying, and asked her why. She said, “It’s not fair. She doesn’t deserve it.” I said, “You are right. She doesn’t deserve it because God did not intend this to happen to her.” Then I talked to Emily to be careful touching the floor because I don’t want her to get anything. I asked her immediately to sanitize her hands. I saw that she was crying too. I asked her why she’s crying. She told me that I scared her. I told her I wasn’t trying to scare her, I was just explaining to her, she has to be careful. I also asked her why she was scared. I reminded her that she has the power of the Holy Spirit in her. She should not be scared at all. God is protecting her from harms way. As we go back to our team, we kept saying that we believe that Christ is going to heal that little girl. Outside the van, I told them that they should read the Book of Luke to learn more about the miracles Christ had done, when He was walking on Earth.
When we were driving back to the church, I saw God did something in people’s lives. He definitely touched the missionaries’ lives when they saw that people live in desperate places. God did minister to us after a day of spiritual pouring to people. I love being filled with God’s presence and His ministry to me.
After the first site, we went to another partner church which is close to the railroad tracks. So we rode on “trolleys” that people push on the track to go from places to places. In the middle of the ride, my co-leader, Sarah, and I decided that we push it and the drivers will sit on the trolleys. It was one of the most fun things I have done in my life. We had a blast doing it.
That’s not the real reason why we went there. We went there to minister to the church members that are partners of Metro Ministries in the Philippines. But then again, God had a different plan on this site. My group and I went around and just invited people to go to the partner church in the area. While walking to another place where a family lives, we saw these three teenagers. Their names were Alex, Julia, and Jester. We started building relationships with them and just knowing more about their background. What’s amazing is that Madie, just asked the million dollar question of personal evangelism, “If you would die today, where do you think you would go?” These three youngsters answered they were because they were good people. With this answer, God definitely opened a door for us to minister to them. Madie and I shared the Gospel to them, how salvation is not gained by our actions but it’s given because of Christ’s obedience to the Father.
When I look into their eyes, I know they got it and they are ready to just give their lives to Christ. Madie and I asked them if they want the gift of God that is given to them for free. They said yes! I asked them if they really understood it and they said yes! After we prayed, I told the girl who was with us to really plug them in the church! I also told the three teenagers, it is vital for them to be part of the Bible-believing church!
- Continue to pray for Hazel the kid with the wound
- Continue to pray for Alex, Julia, and Jester
- Pray that God will continue to use us in this place wherever we go.
Thank you again for your prayers and your support! :)
These events were from the day we did the drama.
After the drama, we decided the afternoon is going to be for Personal Evangelism ministry. We went to the closest SM mall in the area and we divided our team into three MIGs. I went with Chris, Katie and Kristin to an arcade place but we didn’t feel right in there because there’s so much distractions. We decided to just go out to the mall area again. Walking around, I saw this guy standing infront of the supermarket alone. I felt that I had to talk to him, so I approached him and said hi. His name is Adler. I was trying to build a relationship with him throughout the conversation. Learning his background and who he is were a priority of mine. That might sound creepy but it’s not. It’s simply what you do when you personally evangelize people. Adler is a professor from one of the most prominent schools in the Philippines. During our conversations, we learned that we live in the same subdivision, not only that but also the same street! I was excited to learn more about his life. He seems to be a very intellectual person. I love that was able to share why I’m back in the Philippines. I told how it’s not a vacation but it’s for a mission. At the end of our discussion, he invited me to ride with him back to the village, but I said that I can’t because I am with my team. After a minute, he asked me if I could sleepover at his house, but I told him i’m not sure about it. When he asked these questions, I asked myself what impact did I have in him and he is asking me these things. It was time to say bye to him but I really want to connect with him again. So if you can please pray for divine appointments with Adler, it would be amazing.
After talking to Adler and gathering our MIG together, we saw another MIG with a big smile on their faces. Want to know why? It’s because a blind lady, after being prayed over, the cloudiness in her eyes were literally being wiped off her eyes. Yes! It was a miracle. The MIG said that she was crying and said, “Pink, pink, pink! Pointed towards her daughter.” With the same MIG, they also talked a college kid, who knew he was going to hell. With the group talking to him, he decided to repent and give his life to Christ!
After our mall adventure and victory, we went back home to do some worship. During worship, one of the guys in our team was crying out to God. I approached him and asked, “what’s going on?” He said, “I am stupid, I doubted God, I doubted that He is not powerful.” This man had been asking for a miracle for three years to see it with his own eyes. The miracle he saw was the blind lady seeing light. Yes, he was part of the MIG group that prayed for healing. It’s amazing how God works and orchestrate things in life. During that night, he gave his life to Christ and surrendered all the doubt to Him and changed them to belief and faith!
Isn’t God amazing? With these things, I am more in love with God more and more!
Last Tuesday was the very first day of our drama called Freedom. This drama is a story of Jesus reaching out for the girl, most of the time. The girl has chains around her waist controlled by Satan. Jesus tries to get her attention but the girl is tempted with alcohol, money and relationship, and she goes with the temptation.
I love how God works in people’s lives especially in my life. The Freedom drama is my life! I struggled for months to get away from temptations in my life! I tried but nothing worked until I told God that it’s only Him that can do it and can take my failures away. After telling Him that, I felt peace. The guilt which was inside of me, He took away. That guilt was exchanged for rest. That’s my life last year.
As a team leader on this trip, I am stretched. Stretched in a way that God pushes me out of my comfort zone. I am comfortable talking about Christ when it is a one-on-one evangelism but when I have to stand infront of people, I am uncomfortable. I believe that God is the God who wants His children to grow in Him. With that being said, God is really pushing me and growing me. Guess what I have to do on this trip? You’re right, I have to speak infront of people! God is amazing!
So for our very first drama site, it was at a squatters’ camp very close to the place we stay at! There were about 35 people who watched the drama. There were adults, teens, and kids. During the drama, there’s a part where Jesus rose from the grave, when it happened the Nationals, clapped their hands. It was an amazing moment to be in! Also, I was nervous, thinking of what I was going to say to the people watching but then I remembered that I just speak and GOD MOVES!
When it was my time to deliver the net, the nervousness changed to excitement. I was excited because I knew that “God moved, is moving, and will continue to move.” When I was talking, I just did not see people but I saw lost people, broken people, and people who are loved by God, and should be loved by people.
After giving the net, I asked if anyone wants their chain to be taken away by Christ and give their lives to Him. Three people answered the call! I got to talk to two of them telling them, heaven is rejoicing because of the decision they made and that our team is happy for them. I also told them that they should be plugged in to a local church in the area. Before we left the area, I got to talk to Charlie. He said thank you, and that we will see each other… in heaven. That brought tears in my eyes because He is right, we will see each other in heaven to be with God!
During that day, we had two sites of ministry. The second one was at a construction site for us to minister to the construction workers. On this site, we did the drama twice because we felt that it didn’t feel right the first time that people were not getting it. The second time we had 21 people who watched our drama. During the net, I kept looking at this guys eyes and seeing that he is very tuned to what the Spirit was speaking through me. So when I asked who wants to their chains to be removed, he was the very first one to raise hands. There were three initially, their names were Kuya Jun (the person I kept looking), Kuya Rodel and Tito Domeng. When the Ministry groups were sent, heaven rejoiced again because 4 more people gave their lives to Christ!
It was very encouraging to see what God is doing in people’s lives and to become part it. This is one my best missions trip ever in my life. There’s a lot more that happened during this day but I will make an update 4.5 for that.
”’Come, follow me,’ Jesus said, ‘and I will make you fishers of men.’” -Mark 1:17
- Pray that God will continue to touch people’s hearts before we even minister to them.
- Please, pray for the people who are now in the hands of God.
- Pray for our future drama sites, that God will be felt in the place where darkness will tremble.
Thank you for reading this long post. I will post about some more stories and updates of what God is doing.
Hi, family and friends! Last Monday, July 18, our team was preparing for drama ministry. The missionaries practiced their hardest to get the drama right and flawless. Again our plan was to do drama, but God’s plan was so different. My co-leader Sarah Mesecher and I had to change what we were going to do. We both agreed that because we shouldn’t stop doing a ministry for the day, we are going to teach, train and equip the missionaries with Personal Evangelism.
“Personal Evangelism should be our lives,” Sarah said to the missionaries. As she teaches the missions on how to have an effective ministries, they are getting the idea that they will just speak and God will move. After she taught, we said that an object that you see around you can be a tool to share the Gospel and communicate it well. So we had some people come up and we gave them a camera, a spoon and a rug. How can you communicate the Gospel through those objects? Then, we had people role play and learn from each other.
After we practice, we sent them out to build relationships and if given an open door, evangelize people. I went with the ministry group of Chris, Kristin and Katie. From the street of our place, we just went straight to the other side of the main street. Walking down, I felt this nervousness in my heart. But that nervousness was overcome by the Spirit that lives in me.
Our first ministry was at a construction site because there’s a lot of house construction around our place. In this construction place, our MIG said hi to the construction workers and to the foreman. We mainly talked to Domeng, the foreman of the place. At first, we got to know him and we asked him thousands of questions. Domeng has a wife, 10 kids, and 12 grandchildren. As we were talking to him, Chris asked him if he dies, would he go to heaven. He said he would go to heaven because he is a good person. And we talked to him longer and shared that we are saved by grace and not by our works (Ephesians 2:8-9) because he was brought up thinking that it is by works that we go to be with God.
Through out the conversation we had, the missionaries were talking to him about having a relationship with God. Then, he asked how he have that relationship. We told him to confess with his mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in his heart that God raised him from the dead (Romans 10:9-10). We talked to him more before we make him decide if he wants to give his life to Jesus because we wanted Domeng to understand the Gospel. After explaining the Gospel, we asked Domeng if we wanted to give his life to Jesus and ask God in his life. His answer was a straight, YES!!! PRAISE GOD FOR HIS LIFE! That’s not the only great news about this day, he also asked us if we can go preach the Truth to his family on Sunday! Yes! Did I mention he has a wife, 10 kids and 12 grandchildren? So on Sunday, our Ministry group is going to his house to build relationships and hopefully, preach the Good News of Christ. I am so excited!
- Pray for Domeng’s family that they would know and give their lives to Christ.
- Pray for the Ministry of God in this country because He is moving everywhere we go.
- Pray that God will us more strength to carry His Name with our feet.
Thank you again for spending time reading this! God bless you!
During the second day of the ministry, our team went to the dumpsite/landfill in Manila. It’s called Smokey Mountain because of the smokes coming out of charcoal making. The people who live there would burn wood then turn it to charcoal by burying the wood underground. This area of Manila is the most populous places on Earth. So that means, there are many desperate lives to know about Jesus.
The place we went to was filled with houses made out of pieces of wood put together forming a box. It’s a sad thing specially coming back from the States. I have never been to this area when I used to live in the Philippines. So seeing how these people live was heartbreaking.
The kids in this place were one of the most precious kids I have ever met. Once we got there, they literally jump to the missionaries. The started climbing up to their arms and it was a sight to see. Clean Americans hugging dirty Filipino kids, that’s love. That is God showing the kids His love through the team.
So we split up into 4 groups to go around the area, my group went to the houses close by Manila Bay and a river. We got to talk to Ato. He is 40+ years old who moved to the area from the province 10 years ago. I asked him why he moved to Smoke Mountain, he said, “This is where life is.” When he said that, my heart was broken for him. I asked myself, how can you consider this place of where your life is? It’s a sad reality of things that’s going on in the Philippines. Please pray for Ato and his family who has 14 kids. It’s amazing how he tries to survive.
After talking to Ato, we walked more around the area. We saw kids swimming in the dirty river and they seemed to enjoy it. While we were walking down, our Ministry Group talked to an older guy name Boy Baho and he believes God and has a relationship with Him. The Holy Spirit in me was just rejoicing.
Then, we went back to the Ministry site which was a basketball court. The kids were dancing, playing, and just having real fun. What’s amazing is that they never showed sadness on their faces even though their life situation is hard. They are an encouragement to people like me who wants a lot of things. I am never content with what I have, but when I saw these kids with their lovely smiles and laughs, it teaches me. I thought I was there to minister but I was there to be ministered and to be humbled by God.
- Pray that God will break the stronghold of religion in this country.
- Pray that God will continue to do miracles in people’s lives.
- Pray that God will continue to lead us to places where lost people are to be found.
- Pray that God will show us His love for the people of the Philippines.
Thank you for reading my blog. I love updating you all. I am excited to tell you more stories of how God is moving in this place.
It’s been a long time coming to update you all about my trip in the Philippines. Last July 12, I left the United States to fly to the Philippines. It took more than 24 hours of plane ride and 5 hours of wait at the terminal. With this trip, I got to go to 2 different countries (airports but I still consider them as part of the countries,) Moscow, Russia and Singapore City, Singapore. I did not even know that I was going to these countries. God really does bring people to places, people never expect themselves to be at. We arrived in the Philippines on July 14 at around 1:30pm local time. It is a blessing because there is lesser number of people going through immigration and customs, which made it very easy for us to go through. Praise God!
Our first day in the Philippines, we got to go to a school to teach VBS for about 30-45 minutes. The reason why it’s in the school is public schools are doing the Values classes so Metro Ministries Philippines (our global partner here in the Philippines) saw this as an opportunity to teach Jesus’ love to the students. It’s so fun to see the kids dance actively and proclaiming the name of Jesus with all their hearts. As a leader on this trip, it was really amazing to see the missionaries enjoy hugging, carrying, giving high fives, and playing with the kids. The kids responded very well with the missionaries and the kids call the missionaries famous people in the States. One of the missionaries name is Taylor, so they call her Taylor Swift which is just adorable. I forgot to tell you that there were about 1000 kids in that school. God is really doing amazing things in this city and this country. Up on the stage, we did the Doctor Skit which the kids loved very much. They were laughing at every scene. When it was time to leave the place, the missionaries did not want to leave because they would rather play with the kids than do anything else. I saw it in the missionaries eyes that they loved it and that they showed God’s love to the kids of Sucat, Paranaque. God was glorified in that place for sure.
That’s only the first day, we’ve been for 4 days now, this will be continued for more updates. Before you finish reading this please, read the prayer points below.
- Pray that God will continue to use our team to spread the message of Christ.
- Pray that God will open the hearts of the Filipinos now and as we do our ministries on the streets
- Pray that God will rebuke everything that Satan has planned against us.
- Pray that God will speak in my heart and the hearts of the missionaries everyday.
- Pray that God will get every glory He deserves in the places we go to.
- Pray that people will know more about God and that they will decide to follow Christ.
- Pray that God will move in people’s hearts as I cast out the Net, which is sharing the Gospel to the people at the ministry site.
Thank you for reading this blog. I pray that it was a blessing for you to hear what God is doing in my life and in the Philippines. Until next time!
Today I go to Dallas. It was unexpected, unplanned and unbelievable but in God’s viewpoint, it’s expected, it’s believable because He has already planned it. For two days, I will train and learn more about leadership. In two days, I will meet my team willing to give up their summer for the Lord’s calling. In four days, I will go to the Philippines!
Today I go because I was called. Today I go because there’s a need. Today I go because I believe Today I go because this is me.
Today I go with my heart open to whatever God has for me! Today I go expectant to grow, to be changed, and to live life differently! Today I go… (to be continued)