Philippines | OM World Mission News

Tropical cyclone reopens conflict area

OM responded to the needs of people affected by Typhoon Vinta, relying on military accompaniment to reach the location and deliver aid.

Touching Lives: First TeenStreet Philippines

After over 10 years of praying, the Philippines had its first-ever TeenStreet!

First ever TeenStreet to be held in the Philippines

One hundred Filipino teens, aged 12-18 are expected to come to the five-day event of fun, learning and life-changing encounters in Cebu.

Surigao City earthquake victims need trauma counselling

OM Philippines send staff to assess the earthquake damages in Surigao City and provide needed disaster relief training.

ALS gradutation inspires

OM Philippines helps train and provide school drop-outs with the opportunity to earn their elementary or high school diploma.

A Baptism and a feast

A teenage girl's courage and boldness opens door for family´s salvation (Philippines).

More partners in Christ raised up

OM Philippines receives a short-term mission team from Hong Kong.

OM Philippines celebrates 25 years of ministry

OM Philippines celebrates 25 years of transforming lives and communities.

Bringing good news to the islands

An Out of the Comfort Zone team experiences island life as they bring Christ’s love to children and families on Gilutungan and Kinatarcan Island.

Extraordinary volunteers

Subic Bay, Philippines :: Local volunteers share their stories and experiences on Logos Hope.

Unwavering support

Subic Bay, Philippines :: Logos Hope’s Official Opening in Subic Bay is blessed by the attendance of pastors who have stood with the ship’s ministry...

Channels of hope

Cebu, Philippines :: A full-day workshop on HIV and AIDS is held on board Logos Hope to encourage churches and voluntary organisations to reach out...

Refreshing in God’s love

Cebu, Philippines :: Pastors and their wives who serve in the region affected by Typhoon Haiyan are invited on board for a time of rest...

Intentional relationships open doors

Three boys who sell fish become “men of peace” for the DreamAsia+ team in three of the poorest Muslim communities in the Philippines.

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