Quirino Province, Philippines Reopens Institute Classes

-Full Gospel Assemblies Missions in Action-

Since partnering together with the Sto. Nino, Bethel Church in the year of 2008 for the building of the church facility, the ministry vision has included the training of local leadership for the work of the Lord to this rural community.   Sto. Nino Bethel Church, under the pastorship of Juliet Badong is located in the north-eastern Luzon region of the Philippines, largely an agricultural community.  With the onset of 2020, challenges began to set in throughout the region.  Pastor Juliet reports, ‘we continue to do the work of our Lord’, ministering throughout the community which is experiencing both spiritual and economic struggles.  What is seen is, the fields are ripe for harvest and the need for strong disciples is now!  With the reopening of the St. Nino PST-International Maranatha Institute study center in January, the class of 12 are undergoing the study of Prayer and Fasting.   Let all the people of God believe for a mighty outpouring of the power of God as these students take the gospel of Christ Jesus throughout this community in need! 

Full Gospel Assemblies Welcomes Pastor David Sundberg

From left to Right, FGAI Ministers participating in the ceremony, Minister Dan Mueller, Officiating Regional Minister Pastor Regi Licht, and Pastora Narcedalia Licht, Pastor David Sundberg, Pastor Ben Vongsiri, and Pastora Timmy Maier.

There is reason to rejoice as FG Assemblies welcomes Pastor David Sundberg (above – center) as a Commissioned Minister of the Gospel.  Pastor Sundberg serves under the leadership of Pastor Reginald Licht with the Bluffview Center of Hope in Prairie Du Sac, WI.   Officiating the laying on of hands service on Jan. 21, 2021 was FG Regional Director Pastor Licht, along with church eldership Pastors Narcedalia Licht, Ben Vongsiri, Timmy Maier and Minister Dan Mueller.  Pastor Sundberg is serving in the ministries of Prison Chaplaincy, Men’s and Women’s recovery, and missions outreach.   Pastor David’s wife, Pear Chaiyasit, who is native of Laos, was blessed with the opportunity to join the service online.