Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Ministry Details

Youth Rev:
  • Youth Rev is a once-a-week, whole-day activity that is designed to help youth and youth leaders develop their leadership capabilities and ministry skills. It aims to meet their 4 universal needs, namely: (1) Strategic Training; (2) Access to Quality Resources; (3) Relationship & Community (the need to belong to something bigger); and (4) Mentoring & Coaching.
Windows YP:
  • Windows YP is an annual youth missions conference that aims to bring awareness, stir-up interest, equip, empower and challenge the youth to participate in missions. Aside from the divided workshops for youth ministry enhancement, the conference also includes plenary sessions led by anointed missionaries and visionaries, Filipinos and other nationalities.
Touch Trips:
  • Twice each year, we set-up local and foreign short-mission exposure trips giving young people the opportunity to put into action what they have learned. Our vision is to gather young people from different parts of the world to do mission in one particular place. So far, we have seen Filipino youth working hand in hand with young people from Canada, USA, UK and Australia.
Mercy Ministry:
  • Together with his wife Gila, Pastor John, also an IT Philippines missionary started the Mercy Ministry. Their only desire is to help street children find new life and hope in Christ, especially those who are abandoned by their families, abusing solvent and the homeless. They set-up programs that aim to bring about total transformation. These programs include feeding, youth camps, sports and technical training, just to name a few. Many are surrendering their lives to Jesus and some even went back to their family to be reconciled.
Cavite City Dumpsite Minstry:
  • In partnership with a local church in Cavite City – Jesus Christ Our Beloved Savior (JCOBS), we are ministering to the children, the youth and their families who are living in the Cavite City Dumpsite through a weekly feeding ministry, educational assistance program and livelihood program.
Batang Krayola (Tagalog for: Children [Batang] and Crayon [Krayola]):
  • Each week, about 250 children are fed and taught the word of God through Bible Stories and recreational activities which largely involves the used of crayons and coloring materials. The ministry’s main aim is to help, train, and equip street children so that they will become productive members and great leaders of their home, society, and the world.