Count Every Blessing “O my soul, bless GOD, don’t forget a single blessing!” (Psalms 103:2) 2020 was by far the most difficult years for missionaries across the entire world. Asia … Continue reading COVID-19 Relief Campaign Report (March 2020 – Present)
One day Ariela sat up in her chair and asked me, “Daddy I want to go out again.” I said, “Where do you want to go?” She replied, “I want … Continue reading Family On Mission: No Kids Allowed to Leave Home
The Philippines is now one of the longest nations in lockdown in the world. Lockdown has made it mandatory for anyone under 21 and over 61 to stay at home. … Continue reading Red Light Ministry: Pitch Dark Room
During our Red Light Ministry, we have seen women set free from a lifestyle of prostitution and sex slavery. Even managers of brothels received Jesus Christ as their Lord. Claudia … Continue reading Compassion Testimony: Freedom from Prostitution During COVID-19 Lockdown
Nationwide, families are constantly plagued with poverty. More than 50 million youth are locked in their homes – normally in a hundred square meter makeshift home of metal sheets with … Continue reading Compassion Story: Surrounded By Great Need
Compassion is all about understanding the sufferings of people around us and considering those pains and grief to be ours and helping them to get freedom from their struggles. Each of our words, a smile or a touch that is filled with compassion will bring a greater difference in their lives. Let us be someone who brings the people out from bondages and pain through our compassionate acts.
When someone understands the pain of those who suffer physically or emotionally and taking a step forward to help them ease their pain through his simple act of love and kindness is compassion. A compassionate heart will never be selfish. It will consider the pain of others as its own and help them. As the children of God, God wants us to strengthen the people who are weak physically or mentally.
Stephanie (real name withheld) had just become an orphan. Things were tough and she didn’t know what to do. Then, she met someone who promised to ‘help’ and though she … Continue reading She joined the red lights when she was only 12!