Welcome to World Mission
From Alex: World Mission’s National Partner in the Philippines:
Please pray with us for the anointing and God’s presence to help desperately needy families in the islands of the Philippines which were hit by the rampaging storm. Vast of farm lands and residential communities were erased from the map. Thousands are already accounted dead (over 3,900) while thousands still missing (over 1,500). Mass burials were made since unclaimed cadavers began to stink throughout the communities of Tacloban.
They need the Lord. There is famine of God’s Word. We are praying for Treasures to bring to them hope and healing. We need about 1000 units of Waray Waray and Cebuano. Yes, different international relief organizations are coming but they don’t extend spiritual services and ministries much more The Word of God. What’s the use of giving them only material food when they need hope and salvation? Every person, boy or girl, man or woman is precious before God. They do matter to God and they do matter to us. Let us be the hands and feet of Jesus to reach them out. Please extend our heartfelt thanks from the depths of our hearts for generous donations and compassionate response.
Please pray with us in this hour of great open door of opportunity to reach out souls for Christ and show them that God loves them.
Alex and Emma
As Alex receives more funds donated through World Mission, more national teams will be sent out to the worst areas to help as needed. If you would like to be a part of meeting the need, first click the image to DONATE NOW and then by clicking on donation you will be given an option to indicate Disaster Relief—Philippines Typhoon.
Today there are more than 6,000 unreached people groups in the world. These are peoples among which there is no indigenous community of believing Christians with adequate numbers and resources to evangelize the people group. Our goal is two-fold.
Deliver the gospel message using an appropriate medium that provides members from that people group historic access to the Good News.
Invest in leadership training strategies that empower indigenous leaders for the purpose of reaching their own people.