A Church Passionate about Missions

They were never coerced to do missions. Nobody persuaded them or cajoled them to do it. They volunteered. They wanted to obey Christ's clear command to 'go' to places where Christ is still unknown and un-revered.  Mission is not exactly a 'calling'.  It is not exclusive to those who hear some 'special call' from God.   It is a desire that God puts in one's heart to “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation."(Mk.16:15)   It is a desire to share one's joy in discovering the Truth and the Sole Source of Hope. 

One can never go wrong in obeying what God tells you to do.  It's never that complicated. Just lean on His wisdom to lead you where He wants you to harvest.  All you have to do is make a decision to 'go'. He will take care of the divine appointments.  

 Sharing God's love to the ends of the earth
Every Sunday at 2:30 in the afternoon, volunteer missionaries gather at San Fernando Christian Community to pray and receive their "marching orders" before they travel out into various mission fields.


Destination: Sulnit
At the village Sulnit, children are receiving the wonderful news that Jesus loves them.



Destination: Catbangen 1
Reaching into homes; and helping them understand the privileged access to pray and talk to God personally and directly.


Destination: Ilocanos 
It's never boring to do missions.  It's always a privilege to make them feel loved.


Destination: Namtutan
Memory verse in action: "Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life."  (John 14:6)

 "How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who 

brings good news, who publishes peace, who brings good 

news of happiness, who publishes salvation." (Isaiah 52:7)

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