(Matthew 3:8) “Bear fruit in keeping with repentance.”
(Matthew 3:10)“Even now the axe is laid to the root of the trees. Every tree therefore that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire.”
John the baptist proclaimed these words to the religious Pharisees and Sadducees of that day. God’s desire is that we continue to bear fruit for the Kingdom of Heaven! Fruit that will last into eternity.
The Philippines is known for it’s exotic fruit. The mango is widely known as a Filipino favorite. In fact, the mango is the national fruit of the Philippines.
After eleven years of living in the Philippines, I can honestly say that mango is my favorite fruit. Its sweetness to the taste and nourishing qualities set it apart. Mango is loaded with vitamin C and antioxidants known to lower cholesterol, clear skin, improve eye health and even prevent/fight heat stroke! In the same way our lives should bear fruit that is packed full of the nutrients of God’s kingdom. (Galatians 5 :22)love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self control.
The clarion call of the Lord is that we live lives that bear fruit that will last. Our ministry is devoted to touching lives in America and the Philippines. One day we will extend our ministry further into Asia and prayerfully South America. We would like to thank all of you who have stood with us through this season of transition. Tho we have been relocated by the Lord, our mandate stays the same. To bring His Kingdom through the preaching of the gospel, healing for the sick, prayer and worship, and church planting continues to be our mandate.
We would like to thank you for continuing to support us through prayer and financial support. God has truly sustained us by His grace here in America. The best is yet to come!
Birmingham, AL “Expect great things from God; attempt great things for God.” -William Carey
I was privileged to be a part of a small team that went to Birmingham, AL on a missions trip. Birmingham is known for it’s drug trade and high poverty rate.
We took to the streets going door to door praying for the sick and sharing the good news of Jesus with everyone we met! We were also able to hand out bags filled with food for the hungry. Many were touched by the hand of God.
We were blessed to partner with the Dream Center, which was located right in the middle of one of the neediest places in Birmingham. This trip was fantastic in every way! Jesus was glorified in all we did.
Peter will be heading to the Philippines on January 22nd for a two week trip. He will be sharing at a bible school, tribal outreach, and a house of prayer. He will also be distributing Bibles that have been funded by many of you.
Mindanao island has been through a very difficult season of floods, mud slides, and fires that have resulted in the loss of many lives. Peter hopes to bring hope and encouragement to those effected.
There is also a chance Peter will be going to the city of Marawi. This is where war in the Philippines has been strongest the last year. Thankfully the war which involved ISIS and muslim radicals has ended. The aftermath is absolute destruction and loss of many lives. Please pray that the Lord opens the door for Peter to get to Marawi and bring the gospel.
We would like to thank you for your
generosity to our ministry. Blessings!