Monday, February 27, 2012

King James Bible Project

Quick, answer this question. How many Bibles do you own? Check the bookcases, coffee tables and night stands. Oh, don't forget the closets and attic.

Owning a Bible is not a problem for most Christians in America. Most of us have at least a half dozen, and that's not including the Bible apps on our smart phones and tablets, or the Bibles downloaded on our computers.

In the Philippines they do not have that kind of luxury. That is why Love in Action is on a mission to send as many King James Version Bibles to our brothers and sisters as we can. We are calling it the "King James Project."


We are asking all Christians in America to help us. If you have a good KJV Bible that you are not using, please donate it. If you would like to purchase new KJV Bibles, please do and have them shipped to us. We will ship them in bulk at much cheaper rates to the Philippines.

We just shipped two large boxes of Bibles, and we pray that we can send many large boxes every month, but we can only do that if the Body of Christ here in America helps us.

If you live in Dothan, you can bring your Bibles to the Love In Action Ministry Center at 320 N. Foster Street, or call us at 334-494-4995 and we'll pick them up. If you are ordering new Bibles, please have them shipped to 103 Rosewood Drive, Dothan, AL 36301.


This is a great project for churches, Sunday school classes, small groups, families and individuals. Please share this idea with others and help us get the word out about this very important need.

How many Bibles do we need? Considering the island of Mindanao has 23 million people, I'd say about 23 million. Seriously, though, God has opened many doors to get the His Word to the people. While we were in the Philippines we ministered in four different army camps. Within the past month, eight more military camps have been open to us, and that means an additional 20,000 soldiers. Praise God!

Most of those camps are in areas where Muslim extremists live, so this is a great opportunity to lead them to Jesus as well. In the short time we were in the Philippines, we saw seven Muslims accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior. Many more will convert. We just need to provide the tools, and the main one is the Bible.

Thank you for your help in giving people who are starving for God's Word copies of the Holy Bible.


If you have any questions, please email us at loveinactionministries@hotmail.com or call us at 334-494-4995.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Super Saturdays

"Thank you for always stopping by." "I look forward to y'all coming to see me every Saturday." "Please always stop and see me." "Thank you for what you do."

These are quotes we often hear every Saturday on our Adopt-A-Block outreach, which began on Nov. 19, 2011. Through this outreach, Love In Action is serving an impoverished neighborhood around our ministry center. Through acts of compassion, we are showing the love of Jesus Christ to the people.

People in most impoverished neighborhoods feel forgotten and end up losing pride in their neighborhoods. Adopt-A-Block is bringing the love of Jesus to the neighborhood and restoring hope to the needy.  Volunteers have raked yards, cleaned houses, repaired roofs and other house repairs, delivered food and blankets. Each week volunteers pick up trash throughout the neighborhood. Those streets are the cleanest in downtown Dothan.

Many prayers are prayed each week as well. The people now look forward to us coming out to see them each Saturday. By serving the needy, Love In Action is showing people the love of Jesus Christ and it is making a difference. We are forming relationships with many people, and it is a blessing.

Thanks to the Atlanta Bread Company, we are able to take bread and bagels to the people. To people who barely scrape by, free bread is a blessing. Thanks to Chill Yogurt, we also have delicious Yocakes to deliver to the people. Both bread and Yocakes are also mainstays for our Saturday lunch where we serve the homeless, people from the neighborhood and volunteers.

Each week our relationship with the people grows. We thank our volunteers who hit the streets with us each Saturday, and we could use more people to help us. If you want to get involved with a life-changing ministry then come out and join Adopt-A-Block. We pray at 9:45 a.m., and then go to the neighborhood at 10 a.m.

It's hard saying goodbye

It's never easy saying goodbye, especially to a person whose life has transformed right in front of your eyes.

When we first met Mark in early November 2011, he was a bitter drunk homeless man. He wasn't a happy person. He would often show up drunk and at times pass out on the front steps of the Love In Action Ministry Center.

Fast forward three months and Mark shows up every time the doors are open. He's smiling, inviting people inside, helping serve people, and telling them Jesus is the way.

Now Mark is leaving. He found a job in south Florida and is leaving in the morning. He will be greatly missed by many people. He's a brother. He's part of the Love In Action family.

How did he go from a hopeless drunkard to a man with hope and joy? One word, one person ... Jesus.

We kept telling Mark that we love him and that he is always welcome at Love In Action, and he kept coming back. He would apologize for passing out on the front porch, but we would tell him we would rather he pass out there where he would be safe than in a ditch or a place where people would hurt him.

Mark found the love of Jesus and a purpose in his life at Love In Action. He became one of our best volunteers. Every day and night we opened the doors he was there to serve and work. He kept the floors throughout the ministry center swept and mopped. He worked on whatever project we had going. He helped us with Adopt-A-Block, and was a fixture at our Friday night Lighthouse Cafe coffee shop.Nobody worked harder.

A couple of weeks ago he helped lead a man to Jesus in a small group at our Celebrate Recovery Inside. He knows Jesus changed his life, so he started telling others about Jesus. It was an amazing transformation, and we praise God for all of it.

Before we left the ministry center tonight, we all gathered in the sanctuary and prayed for Mark. We wanted to bless him in the name of Jesus and send him off the right way.  Then as we dropped him off at his tent in the woods, we once again told him how much we love him and will miss him.

As Mark said, this isn't goodbye or the last time we will see him. His work will bring him back to Dothan in November, and we are looking forward to seeing him again.

Please keep Mark in your prayers. He's a precious man. Pray that he will continue to grow in his relationship with Jesus Christ.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Help send Bibles to Philippines

Quick, answer this question. How many Bibles do you own? Check the bookcases, coffee tables and night stands. Oh, don't forget the closets and attic.

Owning a Bible is not a problem for most Christians in America. Most of us have at least a half dozen, and that's not including the Bible apps on our smart phones and tablets, or the Bibles downloaded on our computers.

In the Philippines they do not have that kind of luxury. A Bible is what it should be to all of us, a very treasured book. One that is read often and well taken care of. Unfortunately, there aren't many Bibles in the Philippines. You see, on the Philippine island of Mindanao, Bibles are not plentiful nor are they easily accessible. The people can't walk or drive to the local Christian bookstore or Walmart to buy one, because those stores are not there. And, if there were such opportunities, the vast majority of the people could not afford to purchase one.

That is why Love in Action is on a mission to send as many King James Version Bibles to our brothers and sisters as we can. Why the KJV? Because that is the Bible they read. English is not their first language, though most speak it very well. But, the KJV was the first version to arrive, so they all decided to adopt it so there won't be any confusion. They all read the same version to be on the same page, so to speak. And, from our experience with our brothers and sisters there, they understand the KJV a lot better than most Americans.

We are asking all Christians in America to help us. If you have a good KJV Bible that you are not using, please donate it. The Word of God needs to be read and if it's just taking up space on a bookshelf it's not doing anyone any good.

If you would like to purchase new KJV Bibles, please do and have them shipped to us. We will ship them in bulk at much cheaper rates to the Philippines. We can ship at least 200 Bibles for just $90. If we receive 1,000 Bibles, we could take them to the docks in Jacksonville, Fla., and ship them for just $55 per box (5 boxes).

Here is how tough it is to get a Bible in Mindanao. We once wired money to a pastor to purchase some Bibles. He had to travel nine hours by bus and boat to find a place to purchase the Bibles, then carry them back nine hours by bus and boat to distribute them to the new believers at his church.

We have the ability here in Dothan, Alabama, and throughout the U.S. to help. Nobody should be without a Bible when we have plenty to share.

How many do we need? Well, considering there are 23 million people on the island of Mindanao, I'd say about 23 million. Seriously, we cannot send too many. There isn't such a thing. Not only do the indigenous pastors and missionaries we partner with need them for their churches and the new believers they lead to Jesus daily, but at least 16 Army camps have been open for us to get Bibles in. That's roughly 100,000 soldiers.

Please help us. We have a wonderful opportunity to give the Word of God to people who don't have it. Many have never even heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ. What an incredible opportunity! Our brothers and sisters tell people about Jesus, they receive Him, and then they are able to put a Bible in their hands. Praise God! I get excited just writing about it.

We just shipped two large boxes of Bibles, and we pray that we can send many large boxes every month, but we can only do that if the Body of Christ here in America helps us. It's a great project for individuals, families, churches, Sunday school classes and small groups to take part in. Collect all of the KJV Bibles you aren't using (in good condition please) and donate them. Purchase new Bibles as individuals, families, or as a group. Let's send God's Word to the people in the Philippines.

If you live in Dothan, you can bring your Bibles to the Love In Action Ministry Center at 320 N. Foster Street, or call us at 334-494-4995 and we'll pick them up. If you are ordering new Bibles, please have them shipped to 103 Rosewood Drive, Dothan, AL 36301.

Here is a good web site to order Bibles, It's called BiblicaDirect.com.Here is a link to some quality hard cover KJV Bibles ($5.99 each), http://www.biblicadirect.com/p-78-kjv-hardcover-bibles.aspx
And here is a link for large print Bibles ($6.99 each), which are needed as well, http://www.biblicadirect.com/p-1543-kjv-large-print-hardcover-bible.aspx

And, if you would like to help with the shipping costs, that would be very appreciated as well.

Please share this great opportunity with others and encourage them to help us.

Thank you for your help in giving people who are starving for God's Word copies of the Holy Bible.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

One soul at a time

It is always amazing to watch how God works.

The past two weeks we have seen five people give their lives to Jesus Christ at the Love In Action Ministry Center. Two weeks ago, three people came forward at the end of the service at Celebrate Recovery Inside to ask Jesus in their hearts. Last Tuesday night one man accepted Jesus in a small group at CRI, and this past Friday night one young man accepted Jesus at our Lighthouse Cafe free coffee house. Praise God!

The CRI services have been more powerful than ever the past month, and that's saying something as we have seen God do so many amazing things through this ministry. It is an honor to be part of what God is doing, and it's so much fun watching God work through our volunteers.

From the moment people walk through the doors on Tuesday nights they are warmly greeted and made to feel welcome. Then as they are served dinner they not only see great food being placed on their plates, but they see people smiling at them as they serve. Then the services have been especially good. Great preaching, teaching and testimonies have been coming forth and people have responded to the messages.

Small groups are especially important. So many issues are discussed and God meets each person where they are. Growth is taking place in many lives through these small groups. And last week a homeless person who was just passing through ended up in a small group. This a cool story.

He was on his way to Montgomery, but had a long layover in Dothan as he traveled by bus. He was walking to the store to buy some alcohol to drown his sorrows, and his path took him right by the front doors of the Love In Action Ministry Center. People invited him in to join us for CRI, and one of our wonderful volunteers, Rick, started telling him about Jesus.

He decided to stay for the dinner, then for the service, and finally for small groups. Once again Rick started telling him about Jesus and how Jesus was the only answer to his problems. Rick told me afterward, "He asked about a 12 steps program, and I told him I don't know anything about 12-step, but I can show you the one step ... Jesus." I love Rick. He tells everyone about Jesus.

One of our homeless men was also in that small group. When we first met him he would often be drunk and many times passed out on our front steps. He would always apologize, but we told him he was always welcome and we'd rather for him to pass out on our front steps than in a ditch or somewhere where people would hurt him.

He made a decision to follow Jesus and he hasn't been drunk since. In fact, he's one of our hardest working volunteers. He told the homeless traveler that Jesus was the way for him to overcome his problems, and once he leaves Love In Action tonight he will have a choice to keep following Jesus or not, and he hoped that he would continue to follow Jesus.

Rick led the man in a prayer to receive Jesus as his Lord and Savior. Praise God!

Then on Friday night Rick led a young man to Jesus. The man had been at our health clinic the night before, so he wanted to come back for the coffee house. He did and he met Jesus. Praise God!

One at a time. That's been our focus for the past 12 years, and we have seen thousands of people come to Jesus. Yes, it is great when we have a large event and we see dozens accept Jesus. We've seen more than 250 accept Jesus at one time. But, it's all about each individual soul. So whether it's 250 or one, we praise God and celebrate with the angels because somebody's eternal destination has just been changed.

"... there is rejoicing in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents.” - Luke 15:10 (NIV)

Thank you for your prayers and support of this ministry. We couldn't do it without you.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Slim: A candidate for a miracle

Slim staggered into the Love In Action Ministry Center around 8 p.m. Saturday. We had finished another great Saturday of Adopt-A-Block and work at the ministry center and were preparing to call it a night. But, we weren't finished.

We were standing in the lobby area when Slim stumbled past us and headed toward the eating area. He has enjoyed some hot meals in there, and I guess in his mind he was going to have another one.

Slim is a homeless man who is strung out in a big way on crack cocaine. We have never seen him in sober state. He has smoked so much crack, even in a sober state of mind he would appear under the influence to most people. Crack has taken its toll on Slim. It owns him. It controls him.

However, the great thing is even in his drug-induced walk through downtown Dothan, he knows there is a safe place for him. A place where he knows he won't be beaten up or robbed. He knows he is welcome. That's why he keeps coming back.

Most of the time he doesn't ask for food. He usually asks for socks and shoes. He loses them, and at other times, they are stolen. We usually give him two pairs of socks, but we don't always give him shoes. He usually has shoes on, but when he showed up in just socks we made sure he had a pair of shoes on his feet when he left.

Saturday night he asked for socks. We gave him the socks and food. Crack addicts crave sweets, so we gave him some cupcakes too, which he started eating immediately. He camped out on the front porch for part of the night. He left a mess on the front porch, but that's OK. It only took about five minutes to clean it up. That is a very small price to pay knowing he felt safe for part of that night and ate his food. At least we know he received some nutrition that night.

To most people, Slim looks like a lost cause. He's gone too far to be helped. I disagree. Nobody is too far from our Father's reach. Jesus says in Luke 19:10, "For the Son of Man came to seek and save those who are lost.” (NLT).

Jesus says in John 3:16, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." (KJV)

Slim is a "whosoever" and he is "lost." According to the Bible, Jesus came to save him and to give him everlasting life.

An addiction recovery program will not do Slim any good at this point, because he cannot carry on a conversation. He can't sit still long enough to even try to have one. He couldn't comprehend such recovery steps.

His only hope is Jesus Christ. I have seen Jesus take lives as seemingly hopeless as Slim's, and completely turn them around, save them and clean them up. Slim is just the next candidate for such a miracle. Every time Slim leaves I always tell him that Jesus loves him and so do I. He usually responds with a, "Yes-sir. Thank you."

One day, I'm hoping Slim will call out to Jesus because he remembers hearing that Jesus loves him. He keeps coming back to us because he knows we love him. When he calls on Jesus, things will change. I've seen Jesus deliver people from such situations through His power and might, and not because of any program. Programs have their place, and our Celebrate Recovery is an awesome outreach. But for people like Slim, it will take a miracle from God to turn his life around.

Please join us in praying for Slim and for God to work a miracle in his life.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Prayer list from Philippines

From time to time I will post prayer requests from our friends in the Philippines. This prayer list is from Shiloh Bible Baptist Church in Ozamiz City. Pastor Jun Begafria is pastor of the church and senior pastor of the Shiloh Bible Baptist Church family. Please join us in praying for these items.


P R A Y E R    I T E M S

·   Pastor Jun BEGAFRIA and FAMILY
Wife:      Mrs. Ma. Angelita
Children: Timothy John (17), 1st year college
               John Andrew (15), 3rd year hschool
               Pearl Angelie (11), Grade 5
Covering and protection, Blessings, Good health, Power and wisdom, Provision, Preservation

·   Goal for this Year 2012
Church Lot (at least 1 hectare)
300 Disciplers
20-30 Missionaries be sent out
50 Church Members with P100,000 monthly income

·   More Full-time Workers
·   More Bibles
·   INCREASE CHURCH FINANCES (INCOME)

·   MINISTRIES
A.     CHURCH SERVICES
MORE SOULS BE SAVED AND POWER OF THE HOLY SPIRIT IN EVERY SERVICE
Church Service Development
Increase Church Attendance
B.      EXTENSION CLASSES (Sat & Sun PM)
C.      Young People’s Program
D.     Music Ministry (Singers & Musicians)
Commitment and consistency of members
More Instruments (violin, guitar, flute)

E.      Discipleship/ Operation Go
Disciplers (300) & Disciples
Trainers  & Trainees

F.       Barangay Evangelistic (Mon & Tue Night)
Team Leaders, Team Members
Assigned Area, Provision
More souls to be saved (good result)
Good weather, Covering and protection

G.     Different Departments
Livelihood Program
New Sunday School Lessons
Increase Attendance
SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS:
Spirit-filled life, Blessings in all area, Prayer life (consistency), Commitment,
Wisdom on studying lessons, Fruitful life

H.     BIBLE STUDIES (HOME, SCHOOLS , BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS, MILITARY, OFFICES)
MILITARY:
UPCOMING SEMINARS FOR MILITARY CAMPS, SPIRITUAL GROWTH, MORE CONVERSIONS, VICTORIES FOR NEW OPENED CAMPS FOR BIBLE STUDIES
Bravo CO.55IB (Hoyohoy, Tangub)
Alpha CO. 55IB (Josefina)      
Charlie CO. 55IB (Calamba)
55IB Batallion (Calamba)                    
5th Bravo CO. Tigbao
Bravo 5IB (Bintana, Tangub) nearby detachments
9FA Batallion (Pulacan)                     
LADIVISION (Pulacan)
ROTC- Tangub, MU-Ozam, MU-Oroq,
SCC-Oroq
5IB- Training Camp (Aurora) 
53IB Guipos; Gala, Tudela
0FFICES
DAR, DENR, SM LAO, CITY COUNSEL’S OFFICES, BJMP, NFA, CHO, CHO- PREMARRIAGE COUNSELLING, City Hall @ City Council, Fire Dept., MU-Guidance Office & Elementary
BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS
NOVO,   DWARDELLE’S,   TUPPERWARE,       MEDINA HOSPITAL
SCHOOLS
Sinosa, Labinay, OzCity High, Misamis University

I.        CHURCH FINANCES
Building Rental (Php 10,000 per month – 2nd & 3rd floor), Vehicle Maintenance, Electric Bill,
Staff Allowances, Other Expenditures           

J.         PROPOSED PROJECTS:
CHURCH LOT (PHP 4M)
Pick Up 4-wheel drive
Multi cab repair needs Php 20,000
100 pcs. Plastic chair (white)
Third floor classroom renovation Php 30,000

K.      CHURCH MEMBERS
MULTIPLIED INCOME
MORIAH offering
Faithfulness & Involvement (Church Attendance, Grace in Giving, Soul-winning, Preaching, Brgy Evangelistic, Discipleship, Sunday school)
PRAYER LIFE OF EVERY CHRISTIAN
Covering and Protection, Good Health
More Blessings and Entrustment (spiritual, material, physical, business and work)
Students – succeed in their studies,     faithfulness & maturity
More Sources of Income   
Spiritual Growth and Maturity
Right Attitude       
Love and compassion for souls
Unsaved Love Ones
Wisdom in Bible reading and in all areas of Christian Life
Spiritual Revival

L.       AARON and HUR PRAYER MINISTRY
More Christians Involved and Power
Consistency

M.   BARGE PREACHING (Sunday PM)
Boldness, Compassion for souls, Consistency
Covering and protection, Good health, Fruit
Provision: back and forth fare
Tim2x, John2x, Jofher, Karl, James Bryan, Ernesto, Rustom,  Adonis P., Adones C., Samson, Dorotheo, EJ

N.     SINGLE MEN Outreach Program & BUS
PREACHING (Saturday: Ozamiz to Oroquieta)
Boldness, Compassion for souls
Covering and protection, Good health, Fruit
Provision: back and forth fare
Oroquieta Church Extension needs:
Kitchen utensils, more workers


O.     Jeep Route
Covering and protection (driver & vehicle)
Maintenance
More drivers

P.      MARRIED LADIES Cottage prayer
More ladies be involved, POWER, Victory
1.      Cavinte : 6-7pm Monday
  7-8pm Wednesday
2.      Dimaluna: 7-8pm Monday
3.      Calabayan: 6-7am Tuesday
4.      Capucao: 7-8pm Tuesday
5.      Montol: 7-8pm Wednesday
Fri Night: Estatoy and Arcete Family
6.      Gutocan: be open for Cottage Prayer
7.      Capucao: 7-8pm Tuesday
8.      Liposong : Sellana Family
9.      Sigatic: Saturday, Metillo Family & etc.
10.  Sinusa & Trigos: Saturday

Pray for Wisdom and power to teach God’s Word and become a channel of blessings!
             - Sis JeanneCastillon

Q.     MARRIED MEN Military Bible Studies (Sun PM)
Montol: Allan Yap & Alfredo Miano
Canibongan: Emil Descallar & Company
Mitugas: Bryan Duarong & Jonathan Roxas
Taguite: Arturo Castillon & Manuel Turno
Buenavista: Demetrio Menion & Melvin Abapo

R.      CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT
Working of the Holy Spirit,
More Sunday school Teachers
Classroom Renovation (Php 30,000) – 3rd Floor (division, lighting, 3 tables, 200 pcs. kiddy chairs, 2 blackboards, cabinet)
S.       CARE GROUP

T.      EXTENSION CHURCHES
1.      Oroquieta City (Samson & Gretchen)
2.      Demalco (Amar’s Family)
3.      Sigatic (Dodong)

U.      OTHERS
PASTOR’S OFFERING, MORIAH OFFERING, FIRST FRUIT COMMITMENT, MISSION Giving, Charity Fund, LOT & BUILDING COMMITMENT,
Mortuary Membership and Funds
SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT (see at the bulletin)
H2O Assignment
Moderators, Flower Arrangement
Ushers, Preaching (Kids Services)
UPCOMING 2ND MISSION ANNIVERSARIES  (JAN – DEC 2012)

V.     SICK ONES
Demetrio Menion (fast & complete recovery from stroke)
Eddie Kuizon, Perla Kuizon


W. MISSIONARIES’ PRAYER REQUESTS
1. Pstr. Greg Begafria, Sindangan, ZDN       
Monthly goal of baptism, 20 souls saved
Victory every church services
Church lot – 280 sq.m (Php 280K)
2. Pstr. Bhoy Baguinda, Payao, ZSibugay
Compassion for souls (Muslims),
Provision for Rappy and Riwada’s schooling
Protection, Preservation of the Land
3.Pstr. Nestor Ruffil Gurne, Talibon, Bohol
Victory church service, Wisdom in preaching,
Spiritual growth and maturity of believers, Financial provision,  Pumpboat (Php 50,000)
4.Pstr. Dennis Devila, Zambowood, ZCity
Single motorcycle/ vehicle,
Plastic chairs (40 pcs),
Right meeting place for church
5.Pstr. Raffy Begafria, Tampilisan, &  Liloy, ZDN
10 families saved, baptized, added to the church
Church Building completion - Php 35,000.00
10 plastic chairs (light green)
30 kiddy chairs
Electric thermos and plastic tab
3 families- Daily Bible Study (Mon to Sat)
6. Pstr. Jojo Begafria, Leon B. Postigo, ZDN
700 Sq.M lot for church building(1,500 pesos)
Motorcycle (Honda 155 with cab)
15 Families saved and baptized this 2012
Church anniversary (April 24, 2012)
Financial Need(30,000) for church anniversary
More souls saved and baptized
Power of the Holy Spirit & Wisdom
50 pcs. Kiddy chairs
Unsaved loved ones
7. Pstr. Sardan Ragonio, Gutalac, ZDN
Php 50,000 - Church Building (January 2012)
Unsaved love ones, Good health,
Love for souls, More souls saved and baptized
Spirit-filled life, Godly wisdom, Consistency, Diligence, Protection in all areas of Christian Life,
10 pcs Bisaya KJV Bible
20 pcs. Plastic chairs (Ruby), Laptop,
20 pcs. Baptist hymnals (Songbooks),
Musical instrument (organ)
Mountain bike
Lot worth Php 300,000
8. Pstr. Rollymar Matchon, Pasonanca, ZCity
Single motorcycle/ vehicle,
100pcs Plastic Chair
9. Pstr. Clemente Gumapit, Salug, ZDN
Church Building
More souls saved and baptized
10. Pstr. Emony Tagaan, Dumingag, ZDS
Comfort Room construction (P 5K)
Building Construction,
Motorcycle XRM 125 – Black,
Souls Saved and baptized,
Musical instruments (organ & guitar), Parsonage
11. Pstr. Rolan Tigao, Ipil, Zambo. Sibugay
Motorcycle (Honda TMX 155 w/ cab),
More supporters for the ministry and blessings, more genuine souls be saved
Lot (1000sq. m.), 20 pcs. Kiddy chairs,
DVD Player, Financial for Comfort Room, Guitar, Curtain – 10 meters
Kitchen utensils
12. Pstr. Jerry Antipolo, Siayan, ZDN
2nd Mission Anniv (Feb. 28, 2012)
      =Provision (P 10,000)
P 500,000 Lot & Church Building
w/in this year,
More souls saved and baptized,
Genuine souls be added
Wisdom in preaching
Unsaved Love Ones, Good Health,
20 kiddy chairs,
Motor Single (Honda wave - blue)
13. Pstr. Emmanuel Candia, Mabuhay, Olotangga, ZSibugay
1 ha. lot for church building, Motorcycle (XRM 125 -red),  church building (P 20K)
Laptop and musical instrument (organ)
Galvanized iron (sen) 20pcs – 12 ka taas
Armak, wisdom, power, prayer life
10 families to be added
14. Pstr. Dandy Begafria, Molave, ZamboDelSur
50 pcs. Plastic chairs, Multicab
20 families added to the church this year
Scheduled Prayer Vigil (Every Last Wednesday), Needs: P 3,000
Fruits in Bible studies
15. Pr. Leopoldo Yungod, Suba-nipa, Olotangga
Blessings, Good health, Daily provision,
power and wisdom,
covering and protection,
power of the Holy Spirit in every service,
13 ka Lakang sa pagtuon sa Pulong sa Dios,
Goal, year 2011-2012: 300 souls saved, added to church serve faithfully,
Lot worth Php 500,000.00, Church building Php 1.5 M, Armak, motorcycle Bajaj 135 red,
90 pcs. Green plastic chairs, 250 pcs. KJV Bible, compassion for souls, wisdom in preaching, spiritual growth and maturity of believers, financial provision, first fruit commitment, mission offering.
16. Pstr. Deo Begafria, Barra, CDO, MisOr
30pcs. Plastic chairs, power & wisdom, Preservation-church honor & testimony,
Evangelization of Opol & CDO,
More souls baptized, added to the church,
compassion for souls,
Pastor’s prayer & fasting-victory & needs P3,000, Motor XRM125 Red/Black,
Church Members & Christians – faithfulness to the Lord & Blessings

* Protection and More breakthroughs in the life and place of our Missionaries:
17. Pstr. Rasul Maribojoc, Plaridel, Mis. Occ.
18. Pstr. Samson Turno, Imelda, ZamboSibugay
19. Pstr.  Mario Montero,  Dipolog City, ZDN
20. Pstr. Manuel Obut, Aloran, MisOcc
21. Pstr. Nestor Burtanog, Siay, ZamboSibugay
22. Pr. Dotdot Bocabal, Saudi Arabia
23. Pr. Toto Evardo, Malaysia
24. Pr. Olivo Clapano, Seaman Missionary
25. Pr. Janary Carreon, UK