Camiling, Philippines Church and PST Study Center Opened

Pandemic Ministry: From Farming to Harvesting

The PST-IMI Bible schoo raising leaders under the newly planted church in Camiling, Tarlac

THE LAUNCH

The Lord goes before us while we wait on Him! Since 2016, Pastor Eric and Pastora Marivic Antonio sowed prayers and waited for the Lord to confirm their plans to plant a church in Camiling, Tarlac, the hometown of Pastor Eric.  The great challenge found was that Camiling is a 7.5 hour travel from their home church, Goshen Christian Community Center, in Cabuyao, Laguna.  With each visit to Camiling, Pastor found that his burden to share the Gospel of Jesus with his hometown friends and acquaintances became stronger and stronger.  He had found that over time, some of them had even  passed on without surrendering their lives to Christ, giving an ever growing sense of urgency for ministry to begin.    Finally in 2019, the Lord confirmed the call for the ministry of a church plant in Camiling to begin.   Pastors Eric and Marivic moved forward with these goals in mind: first to share the Gospel to the lost,  and secondly, to develop church leaders and serve the community by offering Biblical and Leadership Training with the opening of the Camiling, Tarlac PST – International Maranatha Institute study center. 

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Light of Christ Opens In-Person

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Pastor Robert and Lita Fetty started the in-person Bible study in Holiday Inn.

Praise be to God who faithfully directs His people and honors their faithfulness as they spread the knowledge of His glory!  FG Pastor – Robert Fetty, is giving God praise today for the opportunity to proclaim the word of God during these challenging times.  In 2018, Pastor Robert Fetty, with his wife Lita began ministering in the Transition Personal Care facilities in Washington, Pennsylvania.  They later founded The Light of Christ Full Gospel Church ministry.  With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Pennsylvania was placed under the stay-at-home order.  To continue the sharing of the Word in the community, Pastor Robert launched a Tuesday Bible study via Facebook Live in early April.  And on Easter Sunday, April 12, the Church began offering online Sunday services using the same social media platform.

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