Help Victims of Natural Disasters in the Philippines

January 29

Super typhoon Goring hammered the islands with gale-force winds, torrential rains and flashfloods in August, damaging some homes and destroying others. Crops were submerged and businesses wiped out. As families were evacuated to government relocation centers, native workers provided aid that helped restore homes and lives. “This part of the country is known to be a typhoon belt and is frequently visited by a surging storm once if not twice a year,” the ministry leader said. Workers need donations of $35 or $70 to provide critical aid for victims of these and other disasters. Pray the Holy Spirit will guide workers as they minister to those whose lives have been upended.

“I believe that I shall look upon the goodness of the LORD in the land of the living!” (Psalm 27:13)

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