Institute student, Brittan Botzum, reflects on her visit to the Anibong memorial during her immersion trip in Leyte this summer. When filtered through God’s Word, Brittan shares the hope amidst suffering that is available for those who believe in Jesus.
Every Sunday morning at Tahanan a group of mothers come together to learn God’s Word. One of the more special parts of the time is hearing their children sing songs upstairs as they’re also learning at the Tahanan Kidz program.
How does a self-proclaimed young, white, privileged American girl stand in front a crowd of incarcerated, impoverished Filipinas, and preach to them God cares for them? Darbie Guess was disheartened by this question, but committed to finding an answer.
Clark Miller reports on the new Program for Assisted Studies at Tahanan Community Center. It is a mutually beneficial program that helps students who don't always have the finances available to have access all the resources they need for school.
Kristin Bennecker reflects on her recent time spent in the Tacloban City Jail, where she taught, shared food, and was moved by the faith of the women in the jail who are opening themselves up to life change from the Lord.
Cannon Cameron, manager of NOVA Birth Services, reflects on the necessity for all those on this side of Jesus' birth to engage in making room for mothers in need, particularly the poor, who have no access to what they need in their most vulnerable hour.
Cannon Cameron reports on the our recent Maternal Health trip to the Philippines where the team conducted 7 events in 6 days to educate and encourage young ladies, mother-to-be and midwives in the Tacloban City area.
Clark Miller writes from the Philippines about the work being done by volunteers who have been studying God's word at our Tahanan Community Center and are finding ways to actualize the teachings of Jesus in their community.