Philippines Mission Letter: October 2022

Philippines Mission Letter: October 2022

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 Dear Brethren, 

May the goodness and blessings of the Lord continue to abound in you and your family. 

The Lord continues to use us for the implementation of the moral recovery program using the Scriptures at the different departments in our town. Lord willing, we will be assigned to other offices this November. Our partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) as volunteers to conduct Family Development Sessions (FDS) to the parents in our community using the Word of God and the module provided by our government is also continuing and being blessed by the Lord. We are building our relationship to these parents and hopefully, later on, we can talk to them personally and visit them at their houses for their spiritual needs. Last month, the Philippine National Police (PNP) tied up with Faith-Based Leaders, Advocacy Group Leaders and Local Government Units to employ joint efforts of police, church, and community towards a sustainable peaceful community bringing holistic transformation not only within the PNP organization but also in the whole community. We are given time by the PNP to teach values using the Bible to the barangay officials, staff, and health workers. 

We thank God for the opportunity He gave us last month to show His love and care for the indigent children in our barangay through a feeding program. We were able to feed about 50 people in the said event at the church building. Some teenagers and parents had also come to accompany their children. We fed them first with the Word of God before feeding them physically. We are hoping and praying to do this monthly. We also consider to include in this program the older adults in our area. We give God all the glory and honor and rejoice with the angels in heaven for the salvation of two precious souls in the month of October as they surrendered their lives and obeyed the 

Lord in baptism. Our two new sisters in Christ are Lolita Matias and Norilyn Gapasin. We have been able to get to know them through a sister in Christ that we visited, encouraged, and prayed for when she was at the lowest point in her life. 

We were slightly affected by the typhoon Paeng (brought devastation in some part of our country) that passed through our place and put us under typhoon signal number 2 a couple of days ago. 

You are greatly and deeply appreciated for your continued love, prayers, thoughtfulness, and commitment for the glory of God and for the advancement of the His kingdom here in the Philippines. 

Roberto Indong
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