Sometimes a section of road seemed impassible, but either God would provide another route, or it was as if we had angels pushing on the back of our truck to keep us moving closer to the sick child.
To paint a picture for you of what life is like here in the mountains of Palawan, I will share a few things I do here that I didn’t do before I came to the Philippines.
The Gogodala seem to be hungrier for God’s word than ever before.
We were thankful to have the opportunity and time to be able to help with the harvesting. Through our work at the clinic, we pray that we will also see a bountiful harvest of souls for the kingdom.
Don’t let anything hold you back from reaching the unreached millions of this world.
Just as this tree had to die for the good of everyone living inside the gates of the Mission, so Jesus died for everyone living in this world.
We know that we are struggling against the powers of darkness, but we serve a mighty God who can turn this curse into a blessing.
Living in a Pnong village gave me a firsthand view of what I finally decided was most important—people in need of their Savior.