“We ended last year and started this year with a lot of challenges as well as opportunities. Most of our energy, time and resources were focused to respond and help the survivors of typhoon Yolanda and the earthquake in Bohol. But it also gave us the opportunity to remind our CMC networks that what happened are signs that the coming of our Master is at hand and that we need to multiply our efforts to win souls and plant churches.”
-Pastor Jill Boyonas
Response to the Typhoon and Earthquake
Distributed 1250 packs or 12 tons of food and hygiene items which has benefited 1250 families.
Distributed 7 chain saws that are currently being used to rebuild homes and churches.
Provided cash assistance to rebuild 298 churches that were damaged during the earthquake and typhoon.
January through May 2014 Accomplishments
Planning and Strategy meetings with Provincial Coordinators. More than 60 key leaders in Northern Luzon, Southern Luzon, Mindanao and the Visayas attended the meetings.
Held 23 church planting trainings where more than 300 pastors and church leaders were in attendance.
Planted 88 churches, gave 21 roofing subsidies for new churches and distributed 428 bibles to new believers.
Hosted 4 crusades where 21,886 people were in attendance, 19,176 were saved, 6,268 were prayed for, 392 bible studies started and 12 potential churches were planted.
8 motorcycles were given to CMC leaders who are overseeing pastors in tribal and remote areas.
7 chain saws distributed to rebuild homes and churches damaged by the typhoon and/or earthquake.
6 water pumps were donated in Cambodia last year.
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