Jason Carpenter recaps the 2019 SEA Internship Orientation highlighting the necessary discipleship process for followers of Jesus.
As of October 1st, 2014, we are pleased to share that Clark and Rina Miller are indefinitely serving as development workers on the ground in the Philippines, representing G.O.D. Int'l. They are located in a small town just outside Tacloban City, the area in which we are establishing our South East Asia hub.
At the core of all the wreckage and loss of life that took place on November 8th, 2013 and weeks after, it was people, not structures, who were most desperately affected by Typhoon Haiyan. The Filipino people’s lives have been permanently affected by the typhoon’s destruction. To learn more about how G.O.D. Int'l approaches a situation like this as a development organization, Brett Madron interviews Gregg Garner shortly after his visit to Leyte after the Super Typhoon.
From May 2013 through November 2013, the South East Asia team will have 9 families working in the Philippines. The team will be working in a variety of areas of need including: maternal health, sustainable agriculture, primary education or working in the prison system. In addition, the team looks forward to begin developing more lasting friendships with Filipino nationals who are already working to serve those in need.