Monday, November 18, 2013
TYPHOON RELIEF EFFORT:
Jane Marie Arabiana was a child seventeen years ago, when she was "adopted" by my husband through Compassion International in the Philippines. Now an adult, Jane Marie has renewed contact with us, her "American Family", and we are seeking help in collecting donations for the relief effort to aid those who have been devastated by Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda). The TRUTH Under Fire has join the effort along with Whitestone Christian Fellowship and are asking for your help!
Those devastated by the recent typhoon are in desperate need. There are hundreds of thousands of displaced Filipinos. In some areas, there is total devastation. No water, no food, no medical supplies, no shelter, no communication. Literally, everything is wiped out. If you watched the news, you have seen the shocking pictures.
Jane Marie has offered to receive donations on behalf of her local church, The Independent Baptist Church of the Philippines in Cebu City. They are actively involved in collecting and purchasing supplies such as water, food, basic hygiene care, clothing and other necessities to be loaded on trucks and shipped to the more devastated areas.
Our desire is to get these donations into the hands of workers on the ground, to those who can provide relief immediately...and that every penny be spent on the victims.
If you would like more information about donating directly to the Philippine Relief Effort, please message me in our Facebook group, or my personal page.
If you would like to make a donation, please do so through Paypal to the following account:
Paul Kisly - firstname.lastname@example.org -
All donations will then be sent through Western Union directly to the Philippines, in care of Jane Marie. She is our trusted contact, and will facilitate the transfer of funds directly to the relief effort through the Independent Baptist Church in Cebu City.
Will you prayerfully consider contributing to this effort? We pray that local churches in the Philippines will rise to the challenge, minister to the needs of the suffering, and share the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ! May we see the Hand of God at work, and may we see the outpouring of the love of God to the suffering people in the Philippines, through the Church.
Posted by A.M. Kisly at 8:47 AM