NEWS FROM THE PHILIPPINES IN SEPTEMBER
Lots going on in the Philippines this month.
The biggest news is about the village of Admiral.
Please pray for Mission Love Seeds!
We have found land to build our 6th church in the Philippines. The church will be built in one of the largest of the 12 villages where the mission is working in the Philippines.
Our plan is to first build a church and then later build a daycare/pre-school and playground. Please pray God provides, so the mission can purchase the land in Admiral.
The future plan for Admiral is a Church, Pre-school Daycare, Playground and Basketball court. We hope to tear down the make-shift homes and build safe concrete homes much like the houses the mission is building in the village of Galilee. We are in the planning stage at this time, but hope to purchase the land ASAP or as soon as funds can be raised.
The blue X makes the lots the mission hopes to purchase.
Mission Love Seeds kids living in poverty in the Philippines love their new toys from Jana Larson Ryan Larson and Hudson. Thank you so much.
Thank you so much Carolyn DiFebo and Denis Gagnon for these cute clothes and shoes. You both are so amazing in how you just keep giving over and over again! It is very obvious the kids never leave you heart or your mind. I no sooner ship items you give, I find more at my front door with lots of goodies for the kids and always bags of sweet lollipops. The kids know who the candy is coming from. Thank you, thank you so much! I know your sweet mother is smiling down from Heaven everytime she sees your gifts in the Philippines. Your molther loved Mission Love Seeds and so happy she passed that love on to her wonderful daughter.
Thank you so much to the Hanes Outlet Store in Miramar Beach! Thank you for your continued support and thank you to Lisa Snuggs who is always available to pick up the donations and drop by our mission office.
Thank you, Margaret Tully for the make-up, lotions and bowls!
Now, the kids have their own bowls to eat out of when Mission Love Seeds holds it feeding for the kids in poverty in the Philippines .The ladies were so excited to receive your make-up, lotions and shampoos
Thank you so much, Glenda Phillips Jernigan and the Fashion Exchange! We know you will be closing your doors, but we want to thank you for providing clothes for families living in poverty over the years. The ladies were always so excited when Zapanta Fely announced she was bringing gifts from the Fashion Exchange. You made the ladies feel so special. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! . May God bless you and Jack in everything. you put your hands too!