FGA – Philippines, Offers Pandemic Relief Ministry

The Taysan Philippines Ministry Update: Missions Outreach At Work

Ministry outreach continues to develop throughout Taysan Batangas, Philippines in the midst of the ongoing pandemic!  Taysan, a rural area south of Metro Manila, has been being evangelized with the Gospel message for over a decade, ever since the forming of the Taysan Full Gospel Church.  

What began as a single home study group outreach has now blossomed into a church family throughout a broader region, touching hundreds with the gospel message of the Lord Jesus.  The ministry team, led by the FG pastors, Melita Gabion, Jess and Riza Ikan, has grown with assistance from the Phrear School of Theology – Taysan study group students, and local parishioners being groomed in evangelism.  Throughout 2020, four evangelism teams were formed in order that the central congregation of Taysan might affectively reach the surrounding communities, many of which would only be able to be reached on foot, oftentimes with a one hour trek or more.   Never tiring in the mission set forth, the youth of Taysan have been highly instrumental and affective as the work moves onward into the Barangay areas of Kapihan, Bulihan, Tubahan and others.   

What originated as a humble outreach ministry, beginning of one congregation, all by the grace of God is now forming many outreach ministries.   The people of God of Taysan ask for the prayers of all throughout Full Gospel Assemblies as the tasks of this great work continue to grow, reaching many families throughout this region with the Word of salvation through Christ Jesus. 

See here, the story in photographs.  Let the voice of God speak to you.  Your prayers and love gifts of support will bless this great ministry as they reach families with pandemic gift bags of rice and basic staples, and gospel materials such as Bibles, tracts, children’s story books and adult Bible studies, worship, and prayer services.  

Brother to Brother Program Launched Discipling by Zoom

FROM CALIFORNIA. The ‘Brother to Brother’ mentoring program launched during pandemic 2020!   Minister Daryn West of Mansfield, TX writes, ‘I have found ways to continue to minister to those in need’.  Looking to minister to the young men of the church and community, God allowed for the  building of connections through Zoom.  Over the summer, the ministry was launched as a mentoring connection where young men are able connect and be transparent in their salvation experience.  Daryn reports that zoom sessions are held bi-weekly on Sunday evenings, bringing together young men age 15 thru 25.  Topics such as identity, reality, worldview, and destiny are addressed.  The prayer is ‘to help these young men live victoriously in Christ and build strong Christian foundations’.   Minister West asks for prayer ‘as we seek God together and advance the Kingdom of God; one young man at a time’.