The Tawbuid people live deep in the mountains on the island of Mindoro, Philippines.
Ministering to the Tawbuid people since September 2011
Yesterday as I sat on my porch taking a breather, I overheard happy chatter as Junjun and his wife playfully bantered with their daughter. Junjun is walking unassisted now, his wife is recommitted and happy, and the whole family are faithful Christians again.
“Thank You, Lord!” Delpin whispered into the darkness. “Thank You for teaching me again that peace lies in surrender to You.”
Even an old, broken watch can be a useful tool to bring someone to Jesus.
“I knew it before, but somehow I couldn’t get over the fear. Now that John helped me experience the truth for myself, I’m no longer afraid!”
No one spoke. No one stood up. Lomar watched them with desperation in his eyes. “I must go. I cannot wait for you any longer. Whether you go with me or not, I must go!”
Will Jesus come next month? Or will this woman die tonight, her decision sealed forever by her indecision? I pray that she will choose life before it is too late.
Many of our youth and nearly a quarter of the entire Tawbuid church came together to learn the wisdom that the first native leaders had found in the Bible.
“Don’t fear, Uncle,” Pago concluded. “I won’t quit school. I won’t give up. If it takes 10 years, I will endure. It is my people’s only hope.”
Whenever we get scared, we remember that night and your calm trust in God.
When we do our level best and leave the rest in God’s hands, He never lets us down.
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Entered area in 2011
Culture studies complete in 2015
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